WHO - International perspectives on spinal cord injury policy
The International perspectives on SCI aims to assemble and summarize information on SCI, in particular the epidemiology, services, interventions and relevant policies, together with the experiences of people with SCI. It also makes recommendations for actions based on this evidence.
ESCIP Trust India - Empowering Spinal Cord Injured Persons
ESCIP Trust India is a non-profit organisation in Delhi, India that provides peer-mentoring opportunities for those living with spinal cord injuries so that they can become advocates in their local and on-line communities.
BestBets - Evidence Based Medicine (EBM)
Evidence Based Medicine is an approach to forming medical knowledge, based on systematic and unbiased methods of appraising scientific evidence. It addresses the problems of medical practice based on tradition and personal opinion.
PROQOLID - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research
To aid you in finding the instrument that is right for your study, Mapi Research Trust created the PROQOLID database in 2002. It has grown exponentially over the years and today more than 800 Clinical Outcome Assessments (COAs) are comprehensively described, providing its users with two levels of in
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai educational resource
This website has bee primarily written for junior medical rotators. It has a lot of educational content that is relevant for physiotherapists.
MagicPlan to complete a home evaluation
This is an App to health OTs devise a home plan. It is a project from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Spinal Cord Injury Research Evidence (SCIRE) Community
A website for consumers which is managed by SCIRE. It complementsthe existing SCIRE Project website and contains evidence-informed information for people living with SCI written in everyday language which may be a useful patient education resource for PTs.