Stroke represents the second preventable cause of death after cardiovascular disease and the third global cause of disability. In countries where national registries of the clinical quality of stroke care have been established, the publication and sharing of the collected data have led to an improvement in the quality of care and survival of patients. However, information on rehabilitation processes and outcomes is often lacking, and predictors of functional outcomes remain poorly explored. This paper describes a multicenter study protocol to implement a Stroke rehabilitation Registry, mainly based on a multidimensional assessment proposed by the Italian Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (PMIC2020), in a pilot Italian cohort of stroke survivors undergoing post-acute inpatient rehabilitation, to provide a systematic assessment of processes and outcomes and develop data-driven prediction models of functional outcomes.

Design and implementation of a Stroke Rehabilitation Registry for the systematic assessment of processes and outcomes and the development of data-driven prediction models: The STRATEGY study protocol / Chiavilli, Marco; Campagnini, Silvia; Baretta, Teresa; Castagnoli, Chiara; Paperini, Anita; Politi, Angela Maria; Pellicciari, Leonardo; Baccini, Marco; Basagni, Benedetta; Marignani, Sara; Bardi, Donata; Sodero, Alessandro; Lombardi, Gemma; Guolo, Erika; Navarro, Jorge Solano; Galeri, Silvia; Montesano, Angelo; Falco, Lucia; Rovaris, Marco Giuseppe; Carrozza, Maria Chiara; Macchi, Claudio; Mannini, Andrea; Cecchi, Francesca. - In: FRONTIERS IN NEUROLOGY. - ISSN 1664-2295. - ELETTRONICO. - 13:(2022), pp. 0-0. [10.3389/fneur.2022.919353]

Design and implementation of a Stroke Rehabilitation Registry for the systematic assessment of processes and outcomes and the development of data-driven prediction models: The STRATEGY study protocol

Pellicciari, Leonardo;Baccini, Marco;Sodero, Alessandro;Lombardi, Gemma;Guolo, Erika;Macchi, Claudio;Cecchi, Francesca
2022

Abstract

Stroke represents the second preventable cause of death after cardiovascular disease and the third global cause of disability. In countries where national registries of the clinical quality of stroke care have been established, the publication and sharing of the collected data have led to an improvement in the quality of care and survival of patients. However, information on rehabilitation processes and outcomes is often lacking, and predictors of functional outcomes remain poorly explored. This paper describes a multicenter study protocol to implement a Stroke rehabilitation Registry, mainly based on a multidimensional assessment proposed by the Italian Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine (PMIC2020), in a pilot Italian cohort of stroke survivors undergoing post-acute inpatient rehabilitation, to provide a systematic assessment of processes and outcomes and develop data-driven prediction models of functional outcomes.
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Chiavilli, Marco; Campagnini, Silvia; Baretta, Teresa; Castagnoli, Chiara; Paperini, Anita; Politi, Angela Maria; Pellicciari, Leonardo; Baccini, Marco; Basagni, Benedetta; Marignani, Sara; Bardi, Donata; Sodero, Alessandro; Lombardi, Gemma; Guolo, Erika; Navarro, Jorge Solano; Galeri, Silvia; Montesano, Angelo; Falco, Lucia; Rovaris, Marco Giuseppe; Carrozza, Maria Chiara; Macchi, Claudio; Mannini, Andrea; Cecchi, Francesca
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