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The Participation and Quality of Life toolkit (Par-QoL)
This tool kit is a resource for professionals working in the field of spinal cord injury to learn about measuring quality of life and social participation. The website provides information about which QoL and participation outcome tools have been used to assess secondary health conditions.

ISNCSCI Algorithm
The International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) is an examination used to determine the motor and sensory impairment and severity of a spinal cord injury. This site, which is being developed by the Rick Hansen Institute in partnership with the American Spinal Injury Association (ASIA) and the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS), provides a tool which utilizes the raw test scores determined by performing the exam to electronically score and classify a spinal cord injury using the ISNCSCI (Revised 2011) scoring rules.

National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA)
The National Spinal Cord Injury Association provides active-lifestyle information, peer support and advocacy that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential in all facets of life. The website contains information and resources, along with listings of Association Chapters across the Unites States.

SCI Action Canada
SCI Action Canada, en collaboration avec une équipe multidisciplinaire d'experts, a développé en utilisant un processus systématique la trousse de mise en forme, une ressource basée sur les évidences et destinée aux personnes vivant avec une lésion médullaire.
La trousse de mise en forme : une ressource canadienne pour aider les adultes ayant une lésion médullaire à suivre les directives en matière d'activité physique.
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Spinal Cord Essentials
Spinal Cord Essentials propose une collection de 70 dépliants d'informations pour les personnes blessées médullaires sur différents sujets (complications médicales, réadaptation, ressources financières, etc.).

Rehabilitation Environmental Scan Atlas
Capturing Capacity in Canadian SCI Rehabilitation: This Atlas examines the complexities of SCI rehab, describes the current state of practice and maps the actions required to standardize and transform practice by 2020. In the Atlas you will find: 1) The SCI Rehabilitation Framework derived from the International Classification of Function, Disability and Health by the study investigators, 2) Rehab goals identified as a priority by individuals with SCI, and a meaningful discussion of what works and what doesn't in current practice, 3) Spotlight best practice organizations, featuring programs with exemplary practice and 4) Take home message on how to implement changes in practice and/or service delivery in clinical care, research and policy.