Relationship Among Measures of Self-Efficacy, Participation, Physical Function, & Real World Physical Activity in Chronic Stroke
Do PROMIS® measures correlate significantly enough with traditional measures of self-efficacy, physical performance, and real-world physical activity in a chronic stroke population to justify replacing their use in clinic?
PROMIS® measures will demonstrate significant correlations with a variety of traditional measures and real world activity, which may allow us to use PROMIS® as a primary method of directing treatment interventions in those with chronic stroke.
Zablotny, Cindy; Raudsepp, Theresa; Christenson, Zachary; LaBianco, Zachary; Pine, Kerry; Strode, Caroline; Vinson, Kaylee; and Woolf, Kendall, "Relationship Among Measures of Self-Efficacy, Participation, Physical Function, & Real World Physical Activity in Chronic Stroke" (2021). Student-Faculty Research - College of Physical Therapy. 60.