The Initiative for the Development of New Technologies and Practices in Rehabilitation (INSPIRE) aims to develop, evaluate, and implement novel technologies and interventions intended to enhance social roles and participation and health-related quality of life of individuals with physical impairments and functional disabilities.
Pillar 2: Evaluation of rehabilitation practices and development of intervention strategies
Integration of stakeholder perspectives
Improvement of quality care
Development of an evaluation conceptual framework
Development of an evaluation platform
INSPIRE Pillar 2 Deliverables
Identifying the domains related to health-related quality of life (HRQOL) that are the most relevant to patients with spinal cord injury: The Patient and Healthcare Professional’s Perspective.
Identifying domains related to mobility that are the most relevant in the context of spinal cord injury and acquired brain injury rehabilitation: A patient and a healthcare professional perspectives
Development and validation of quality improvement indicators for spinal cord injury
Development of an electronic platform to support the quality improvement process
Spinal cord injury Program evaluation
Here are some of the latest publications from Pillar 2 of our INSPIRE project.
We regularly add new articles and resources.