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www.elearnSCI.org : a global educational initiative of ISCoS

CHHABRA, H S
et al
2013

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This article describes www.elearnSCI.org, a web-based educational resource for health professionals responsible for the management of spinal cord injury (SCI). It highlights the development of the resource, its key features and concludes that it is a cost effective way of training healthcare professionals that goes beyond the textbook and traditional face-to-face teaching
Spinal Cord, Vol 51

International perspectives on spinal cord injury

BICKENBACH, Jerome
et al
Eds
2013

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This report assembles and summarizes information on spinal cord injury, in particular the epidemiology, services, interventions and policies that are relevant, together with the lived experience of people with spinal cord injury. It also provides recommendations for actions based on this evidence that are consistent with the aspirations for people with disabilities as expressed in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

Sexuality and spinal cord injury : heterosexual women

HOOPER, Mandy
1993

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The booklet explores aspects of intimacy, love and sex in women with spinal cord injuries. The emphasis in this booklet is on issues of sexual identity, self-awareness, fears and anxieties, contraception and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases

Sexual health and fertility after brain and spinal cord impairment

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ON REPAIR DISCOVERIES (ICORD)
VANCOVER HOSPITAL & HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE (WHHSC)

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"The website is being provided in order to disseminate knowledge around sexual changes following spinal cord impairment or traumatic brain injury, and to direct the consumer or other interested parties to services that can be provided, and as well provide an opportunity to ask questions on the Bulletin Board or more privately by email"

Physiotherapy exercises for people with spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions

MESSENGER, Peter

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This website allows users to search for exercises appropriate for people with spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions. Users can select exercises, save exercises into booklets and can access previously created booklets. This website is useful for physiotherapists, occupational therapists and other rehabilitation professionals
Note: users must be logged on to the website to save exercises into booklets and to access previously created booklets. Recommend that first time users review first time user information prior to logging on

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