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REPORT CARD: Emotional Wellbeing KNOWLEDGE GENERATION CLINICAL APPLICATION POLICY CHANGE Innovaon/Discovery Integrave Care Environmental Shi Emerging Evidence Outcome Measures Resource Capacity Take Home Mesage: People with SCI face a number of challenges to maintain emotional wellbeing, which could potentially spiral into a clinical issue, like depression. A standardized assessment for emotional wellbeing, conducted during inpatient rehabilitation, re-evaluated prior to discharge and then annually in the community, should be part of Accreditation Canada Standards. For this standard to be effectively implemented, additional healthcare resources, for this area, are critical. Resources Effecve Pracce (Evidence and Outcomes) Equity Pracce Capacity Change Agents Societal Awareness Community Capacity 2020 PRIORITY 3 2020 PRIORITY 1 2020 PRIORITY 2 1. Herrman H, Shekhar S, Moodie R, eds. Promoting mental health: concepts, emerging evidence, practice. A report of the World Health Organization, Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse in collaboration with the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation and the University of Melbourne. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; 2005. 2. Elliott TR, Rivera P. Spinal cord injury. In: Nezu A, Maguth C, Geller P, eds. Handbook of psychology: Health psychology. Volume 9. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc; 2003:415-35. 3. Bombardier CH, Fann JR, Tate DG, et al. An exploration of modifiable risk factors for depression after spinal cord injury: which factors should we target? Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2012;93(5):775-81. 4. Fann JR, Bombardier CH, Richards JS, et al. Depression after spinal cord injury: comorbidities, mental health service use, and adequacy of treatment. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2011;92(3):352-60. 5. Krause JS, Kemp B, Coker J. Depression after spinal cord injury: relation to gender, ethnicity, aging, and socioeconomic indicators. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2000;81:1099-109. 6. Smith BM, Weaver FM, Ullrich PM. Prevalence of depression diagnoses and use of antidepressant medications by veterans with spinal cord injury. Am J Phys Med Rehabil.2007:86(8);662-71. 7. Orenczuk S, Slivinski J, Mehta S, Teasell RW. Depression following spinal cord injury. In: Eng JJ, Teasell RW, Miller WC, et al., eds. Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Evidence. Version 3.0. Vancouver, BC; 2010. 8. Krause JS, Saunders LL, Newman S. Posttraumatic stress disorder and spinal cord injury. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2010;91(8):1182-7. 9. Substance abuse and disability. Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. http://www.christopherreeve.org/atf/cf/%7B173bca02- 3665-49ab-9378-be009c58a5d3%7D/SUBSTANCE%20ABUSE%20 AND%20DISABILITY%208-10.PDF. Accessed August 14, 2012. 10. World Health Organization. International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization; 2001. 11. Geyh S, Muller R, Peter C, et al. Capturing the psychologic-personal perspective in spinal cord injury. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2011;90(Suppl):S79-S96. 12. Pollard C, Kennedy P. A longitudinal analysis of emotional impact, coping strategies and post-traumatic psychological growth following spinal cord injury: a 10-year review. Brit J Health Psychol. 2007;12:347-62. 13. Kalpakjian CZ, Bombardier CH, Schomer K, Brown PA, Johnson KL. Measuring depression in persons with spinal cord injury: a systematic review. J Spinal Cord Med. 2009;32(1):6-24. 14. Geyh S, Nick E, Stirnimann D, et al. Self-efficacy and selfesteem as predictors of participation in spinal cord injury – an ICF-based study. Spinal Cord. 2012;50(9):699-706. 106 CAPTURING CAPACITY IN CANADIAN SCI REHABILITATION


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