A scoring system that assesses the risk of IRF-level patients being readmitted to an acute setting.
Heterotopic ossification (HO), the development of abnormal bone in the soft tissue, is a rare but severely debilitating complication of burn injuries. The Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model System developed a risk scoring system that can be used to predict HO at the time of hospital admission.
CRS-R is a standardized neurobehavioral assessment measure designed for use in patients with disorders of consciousness. The scale is intended to be used to establish diagnosis, monitor behavioral recovery, predict outcome, and assess treatment effectiveness.
An abbreviated version of the CRS-R that is validated for use in the intensive care unit for behavioral evaluation of level of consciousness.
An admission scoring system that assesses the risk of development of depression or posttraumatic symptoms in the burn population.
A single comprehensive resource for administration of a systematic evidence-based neurorehabilitation program for individuals with disorders of consciousness. Includes assessment and treatment tools appropriate for both clinical and research purposes.
The EB-COP provides a systematic methodology for conducting more precise, evidence-based assessment of clinical outcome assessment measures (COAs) by evaluating performance within specific contexts of use (COUs).
A self-reported outcome measure of social participation for adults (18 years of age or older) with burn injury.
The VR-36© and VR-12© are generic instruments to measure health related quality of life. The VR-6D© is a utility metric derived from the VR-12© and useful in cost-effectiveness analyses.