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The Spinal Cord Injury Research Evidence (SCIRE) Project is dedicated to providing up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of rehabilitation for people with SCI.

We review and rate the research on spinal cord injury and put the results on the web – eliminating your need to search and screen individual databases.  

By using SCIRE:

  • Health Care Providers can access Acute and Rehabilitation Evidence and download Outcome Measures for their practice.

  • Researchers and Students can see where Evidence is strong or where more research is needed.

  • Policy Makers can become more aware of treatment evidence in SCI and make better funding decisions.

  • People with SCI and their families can view information to help understand their care and available treatments. 



Website last updated on July 27, 2015

Learn more about SCIRE

provides information of the backgrounds of SCIRE development.

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Rehabilitation Evidence
summarizes and critically reviews existing scientific literature on a broad range of topics in SCI rehabilitation.

Acute Evidence

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Outcome Measures
presents common measures in SCI rehabilitation and describes their clinical utility and properties.

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Educational Modules
illustrate examples of patients likely to be encountered in SCI rehabilitation settings and provide an opportunity to integrate one's knowledge of the Rehabilitation Evidence with actual clinical problems.

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