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Vision evaluation tools for adults with acquired brain injury: A scoping review = Outils d’évaluation de la vision pour les adultes atteints de lésions cérébrales acquises : une revue de portée

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Dubé, C., Jin, Y., Powers, B. G., Li, G., Labelle, A., Rivers, M. S., Gumboc, I. M. et Bussières, A. E. (2021). Vision evaluation tools for adults with acquired brain injury: A scoping review = Outils d’évaluation de la vision pour les adultes atteints de lésions cérébrales acquises : une revue de portée. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 88 (4). 340 -351. ISSN 0008-4174 DOI 10.1177/00084174211042955

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Background. Unrecognized visual deficits (VDs) following an acquired brain injury (ABI) may impact clients? rehabilitation. Little is known about evaluation tools used in vision rehabilitation. Purpose. To systematically explore the literature describing evaluation tools used for VD on adults with ABI. Method. Using a scoping review methodology, we searched in MEDLINE(Ovid), Embase, CINAHL, PsycINFO, and the grey literature from inception to 2020. Quantitative and thematic analyses were performed. Findings. Of the 83 studies reporting on 86 evaluation tools, 47% used multiple tools to assess VD. Tools were mostly used by occupational therapists and psychologists to evaluate intermediate, intermediate to high, and high-level visual skills. Clinicians tend to select specific tools that focus on different levels of the hierarchy of visual skills. Implications. Future research should investigate the optimal timeframe for assessment of VD and the psychometric properties of tools to ensure comprehensive VD evaluation.

Type de document: Article
Date de dépôt: 02 févr. 2022 13:30
Dernière modification: 02 févr. 2022 13:35
Version du document déposé: Version officielle de l'éditeur
URI: https://depot-e.uqtr.ca/id/eprint/9924

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