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European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6)

EDITORIAL  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):787-9

Neither “What’s in a name?” nor “Nomen omen”, but a unique identifier. A call for a single international name for the speciality and the specialist in PRM, PM&R, RM, Physiatry or other

Stefano NEGRINI *, Giorgio FERRIERO

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):790-2

Fostering a uniform global name for the specialty of physicians working in rehabilitation

Manoj SIVAN *, Javvad HAIDER, Julian HARRISS

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COMMENTARY  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):793-5

Comment on: “Fostering a uniform global name for the specialty of physicians working in rehabilitation”

Francesca GIMIGLIANO *, Gerard E. FRANCISCO, Fary KHAN, Leonard LI, Carolina SCHIAPPACASSE, Isabelle LAFFONT, John MELVIN, Gerold STUCKI, Jorge LAINS, Walter R. FRONTERA

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COMMENTARY  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):796-8

Name of our specialty in member countries of the European Society for Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine - does different names implicate different philosophy?

Klemen GRABLJEVEC, Paolo BOLDRINI *, Nicolas CHRISTODOULOU

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COMMENTARY  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):799-801

Time to replace the inappropriate old name of Physiotherapy for the medical specialty of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine in official EU documents

Mauro ZAMPOLINI, Iuly TREGER, Anda NULLE, Carlotte KIEKENS, Catarina AGUIAR BRANCO, Nikolaos BAROTSIS, Rolf FRISCHKNECHT, Piotr TEDERKO, Wim JANSSEN, Nicolas CHRISTODOULOU, Aydan ORAL *

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COMMENTARY  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):802-4

The European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine perspective on the name of our specialty

Nikolaos BAROTSIS *, Aydan ORAL, Rolf FRISCHKNECHT, Piotr TEDERKO, Wim JANSSEN, Mauro ZAMPOLINI

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):805-17

The Early Functional Abilities-revised may bridge the gap between the disorder of consciousness and the functional independence scales: evidence from Rasch analysis

Serena CASELLI, Svend KREINER, Aladar B. IANES, Roberto PIPERNO, Fabio LA PORTA *

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):818-26

Integrating virtual reality and exergaming in cognitive rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson disease: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials

Nicola MAROTTA, Dario CALAFIORE, Claudio CURCI, Lorenzo LIPPI, Valerio AMMENDOLIA, Francesco FERRARO, Marco INVERNIZZI, Alessandro de SIRE *

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):827-37

Effectiveness of muscle energy technique in patients with nonspecific low back pain: a systematic review with meta-analysis

Gabriela K. SANTOS, Raphael GONÇALVES de OLIVEIRA, Laís CAMPOS de OLIVEIRA, Carolina FERREIRA C. de OLIVEIRA, Rodrigo A. ANDRAUS, Suzy NGOMO, Andrea FUSCO, Cristina CORTIS, Rubens A. DA SILVA *

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):838-44

Beneficial effects of walking-based home program for improving cardio-respiratory performance and physical activity in sarcopenic older people: a randomized controlled trial

Kornanong YUENYONGCHAIWAT *, Chareeporn AKEKAWATCHAI

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):845-52

Efficacy of telehealth core exercises during COVID-19 after bariatric surgery: a randomized controlled trial

Olfat I. ALI *, Osama R. ABDELRAOUF, Amira M. EL-GENDY, Abdelgalil A. ABDELGALIL, Alshaimaa K. ABDELAAL, Haytham A. DAHLAWI, Ali O. SELIM

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SPECIAL ARTICLE  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):853-6

Cochrane “evidence relevant to” rehabilitation of people with post COVID-19 condition. What it is and how it has been mapped to inform the development of the World Health Organization recommendations

Stefano NEGRINI, Carlotte KIEKENS, Claudio CORDANI, Chiara ARIENTI *, Wouter DE GROOTE

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):857-63

Fatigue, post-exertional malaise and orthostatic intolerance: a map of Cochrane evidence relevant to rehabilitation for people with post COVID-19 condition

Chiara ARIENTI, Claudio CORDANI *, Stefano G. LAZZARINI, Matteo J. DEL FURIA, Stefano NEGRINI, Carlotte KIEKENS

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):864-9

Dyspnea: a map of Cochrane evidence relevant to rehabilitation for people with post COVID-19 condition

Claudio CORDANI, Stefano G. LAZZARINI *, Elisabetta ZAMPOGNA, Matteo J. DEL FURIA, Chiara ARIENTI, Stefano NEGRINI, Carlotte KIEKENS

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):870-4

Arthralgia: a map of Cochrane evidence relevant to rehabilitation for people with post COVID-19 condition

Claudio CORDANI, Stefano G. LAZZARINI *, Matteo J. DEL FURIA, Carlotte KIEKENS, Chiara ARIENTI, Stefano NEGRINI

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):875-9

Dysphagia, dysphonia and olfactory disease: a map of Cochrane evidence relevant to rehabilitation for people with post COVID-19 condition

Claudio CORDANI, Irene BATTEL *, Matteo J. DEL FURIA, Stefano G. LAZZARINI, Stefano NEGRINI, Chiara ARIENTI

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(6):880-7

Cognitive impairment, anxiety and depression: a map of Cochrane evidence relevant to rehabilitation for people with post COVID-19 condition

Claudio CORDANI, Vanessa M. YOUNG, Chiara ARIENTI *, Stefano G. LAZZARINI, Matteo J. DEL FURIA, Stefano NEGRINI, Carlotte KIEKENS

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SPECIAL ARTICLE  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(0):888-91

Trust/untrust is not the same as true/false. Lessons learned and ethical questions on the application of untrustworthiness scales to judge individuals

Stefano NEGRINI *, Maria G. CERAVOLO, Giorgio FERRIERO, the EJPRM International Review Commission

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RETRACTION OF PUBLICATION  Free accessfree

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(0):892

Retraction of: “Multidisciplinary program based on early management of psychological factors reduces disability of patients with subacute low back pain: one-year results of a randomized controlled study”

Marco MONTICONE *, Emilia AMBROSINI, Igor PORTOGHESE, Barbara ROCCA

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(0):893-4

Comment on: Effect of extracorporeal shockwave therapy on muscle spasticity in patients with cerebral palsy: systematic review and meta-analysis

Min Cheol CHANG *

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Open accessopen access

European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2022 December;58(0):894-5

Authors’ reply to the letter to the editor on: Effect of extracorporeal shockwave therapy on muscle spasticity in patients with cerebral palsy: systematic review and meta-analysis

Kiyeun NAM *

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