Category:Neurological - Outcome Measures
An outcome measure is the result of a test that is used to objectively determine the baseline function of a patient at the beginning of treatment. Once treatment has commenced, the same instrument can be used to determine progress and treatment efficacy. With the move towards Evidence Based Practice (EBP) in the health sciences, objective measures of outcome are important to provide credible and reliable justification for treatment. The instrument should also be convenient to apply for the therapist and comfortable for the patient. This is where you can find all of the pages relating to Neurology Outcome Measures. Also see Guide to Selecting Outcome Measures
Pages in category "Neurological - Outcome Measures"
The following 37 pages are in this category, out of 37 total.