Neurologic Practice Essentials: Choosing Outcome Measures for a Patient with Stroke
Review the source materials and patient information to determine the most appropriate outcome measures. This case study presents the evolution of J.W., a 73-year-old man with a diagnosis of a left cerebral vascular accident. You will be provided with patient referral information, medical and surgical history, and opportunities to observe the patient in a clinical setting. You will then use these inputs to identify and ultimately select the most appropriate outcome measures (OMs). Prerequisite: APTA strongly urges you to complete the text-based course, "Neurologic Practice Essentials: An Outcome Measures Toolbox" (LMS-391), prior to accessing and completing “Neurologic Practice Essentials: Choosing Outcome Measures for a Patient with Stroke” (LMS-392).
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