Rory J O'Connor
Rory J O'Connor
Charterhouse Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Leeds
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Predicting walking ability following lower limb amputation: a systematic review of the literature
K Sansam, V Neumann, R O'Connor, B Bhakta
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 41 (8), 593-603, 2009
2102009
Systematic review of outcome measures used in the evaluation of robot-assisted upper limb exercise in stroke
M Sivan, RJ O'Connor, S Makower, M Levesley, B Bhakta
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 43 (3), 181-189, 2011
1872011
Prevalence of post-stroke depression in an Irish sample and its relationship with disability and outcome following inpatient rehabilitation
EM Cassidy, R O'Connor, V O'Keane
Disability and rehabilitation 26 (2), 71-77, 2004
1572004
Review of spinal cord injuries in Ireland
RJ O'Connor, PC Murray
Spinal Cord 44 (7), 445-448, 2006
942006
Factors influencing work retention for people with multiple sclerosis
RJ O’Connor, SJ Cano, LR i Torrenta, AJ Thompson, ED Playford
Journal of neurology 252 (8), 892-896, 2005
912005
Vocational rehabilitation: an educational review
MA Chamberlain, VF Moser, KS Ekholm, RJ O'Connor, M Herceg, ...
Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine 41 (11), 856-869, 2009
802009
Home-based Computer Assisted Arm Rehabilitation (hCAAR) robotic device for upper limb exercise after stroke: results of a feasibility study in home setting
M Sivan, J Gallagher, S Makower, D Keeling, B Bhakta, RJ O’Connor, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 11 (1), 163, 2014
642014
Associated reactions after stroke: a randomized controlled trial of the effect of botulinum toxin type A
BB Bhakta, RJ O'Connor, AJ Cozens
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 40 (1), 36-41, 2008
522008
Ramio i Torrenta L, Thompson AJ, Playford ED (2005) Factors influencing work retention for people with multiple sclerosis: cross-sectional studies using qualitative and …
RJ O’Connor, SJ Cano
J Neurol 252 (8), 892-896, 0
49
Talking the talk on walking the walk
A Holland, RJ O’Connor, AJ Thompson, ED Playford, JC Hobart
Journal of neurology 253 (12), 1594-1602, 2006
432006
Exploring rating scale responsiveness: does the total score reflect the sum of its parts?
RJ O’Connor, SJ Cano, AJ Thompson, JC Hobart
Neurology 62 (10), 1842-1844, 2004
372004
Exploring disability rating scale responsiveness II: Do more response options help?
SJ Cano, RJ O’Connor, AJ Thompson, JC Hobart
Neurology 67 (11), 2056-2059, 2006
362006
Establishing score equivalence of the Functional Independence Measure motor scale and the Barthel Index, utilising the International Classification of Functioning, Disability …
B Prodinger, RJ O'Connor, G Stucki, A Tennant
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 49 (5), 416-422, 2017
292017
Payment by results or payment by outcome? The history of measuring medicine
RJ O'Connor, VC Neumann
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 99 (5), 226-231, 2006
282006
Non-pharmacological and non-surgical interventions for tremor: a systematic review
RJ O’Connor, MU Kini
Parkinsonism & related disorders 17 (7), 509-515, 2011
272011
Access to health care for disabled people: a systematic review
J Gibson, R O'Connor
Social care and Neurodisability, 2010
252010
Can simple clinical tests predict walking ability after prosthetic rehabilitation?
K Sansam, RJ O'Connor, V Neumann, B Bhakta
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 44 (11), 968-974, 2012
232012
Late multidisciplinary rehabilitation in young people after stroke
RJ O'Connor, EM Cassidy, MA Delargy
Disability and Rehabilitation 27 (3), 111-116, 2005
212005
Clinicians' perspectives on decision making in lower limb amputee rehabilitation
K Sansam, RJ O'Connor, V Neumann, B Bhakta
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 46 (5), 447-453, 2014
182014
Platelet surface glycoprotein expression in post-stroke depression: a preliminary study
EM Cassidy, MT Walsh, R O'Connor, RM Condren, M Ryan, V O'Keane, ...
Psychiatry research 118 (2), 175-181, 2003
172003
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