Le Programme de Plateforme technologique
L'objectif de ce programme est de développer des projets qui visent à utiliser le site Web du REPAR comme une plateforme de transfert des connaissances. Nos objectifs spécifiques sont de rendre disponible aux chercheurs, cliniciens et étudiants des outils de mise à jour des connaissances dans un contexte de la pratique fondée sur les données probantes. Le Bulletin Réadap_veille est un exemple ainsi que les moteurs spécialisés tels le StrokEngine et le InfoBrûlure.
La plateforme contient un choix d'outils d'évaluation clinique, de guides de pratique clinique ou de prise en charge de clientèles ainsi que des modules éducationnels. Cette section offrira également des liens vers des sites Web pertinents pour la pratique fondée sur les données probantes.
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|11 juin 2020||Heart & Stroke Updates Telestroke Toolkit For Clinicians During Covid-19 Pandemic|
An important update has been released for the Heart & Stroke Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) for Telestroke. Now spanning the continuum of care from prevention through to rehabilitation, the toolkit includes tips and checklists for effective and efficient virtual healthcare systems for a range of goals.
|11 juin 2020||Spirituality linked to higher quality of life for stroke survivors, caregivers|
Higher spirituality among stroke survivors was strongly linked to better quality of life for them and their caregivers who may also feel depressed, according to new research published recently in <i>Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes</i>, an American Heart Association journal. The study emphasizes the importance of viewing stroke survivors holistically, as a patient with symptoms and disabilities, and as an individual with emotional needs and part of an interdependent unit with their care partner.
|11 juin 2020||Psychological scars for child burn survivors hurt more than physical wounds|
Children and young adult burn survivors are more troubled by staring, bullying, and uncomfortable questions than the actual physical discomfort and memories of their accidents, according to research that was selected to be presented at the American Burn Association's Annual Meeting and published in the Journal of Burn Care & Research. While treatment is typically focused primarily on acute care for physical wounds, the surveys suggest that survivors are left with few tools to handle social anxieties and traumatizing memories.
|11 juin 2020||'Time is vision' after a stroke|
A person who has a stroke that causes vision loss is often told there is nothing she can do to improve or regain the vision she has lost. New research from the University of Rochester, published in the journal Brain, may offer hope to stroke patients in regaining vision. The Rochester team found that survivors of occipital strokes--strokes that occur in the occipital lobe of the brain and affect the ability to see--may retain some visual capabilities immediately after the stroke, but these abilities diminish and eventually disappear permanently after approximately six months. By capitalizing on this initial preserved vision, early vision training interventions can help stroke patients recover more of their vision loss than if training is administered after six months.
|11 juin 2020||MU Health Care neurologist publishes guidance related to COVID-19 and stroke care|
An MU Health Care neurologist has published more than 40 new recommendations for evaluating and treating stroke patients based on international research examining the link between stroke and novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Neurologist Adnan I. Qureshi, MD, a professor of clinical neurology at the MU School of Medicine, led a team of stroke experts from 18 countries with documented COVID-19 outbreaks to develop recommendations for doctors evaluating patients with acute ischemic stroke who have either suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection.