SCIRE: Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence


The Spinal Cord Injury Research Evidence (SCIRE) Project is dedicated to providing up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of rehabilitation for people with SCI.

SCIRE staff review and rate the research on Spinal Cord Injury and put the results on the web – eliminating the need to search and screen individual databases.

Visit their Rehabilitation Evidence and Acute Evidence pages for full chapters and the Outcome Measures pages to access validated inventories for clinical practice.

In SCIRE v.5.0:

  • 3500+ articles reviewed
  • 1400+ articles rated
  • 107 Outcome Measures assessed (Download for Free)
  • 80+ researchers, clinicians and trainees from 5 different countries involved in updating the key topic areas in SCIRE, including new chapters on economic evaluation of SCI, and sexual and reproductive health and SCI.

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The Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence developed from a research collaboration between Vancouver and London (Ontario) and involved their respective health centres (GF Strong Rehab Centre, St. Joseph’s Health Care), research institutions (International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries, Lawson Health Research Institute) and universities (University of BC, University of Western Ontario).

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