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Measurement of community reintegration in sample of severely wounded servicemembers

Linda Resnik, PT, PhD, et al.


Figure 2. Percent of sample with changes greater than minimal detectable change (MDC) of Community Reintegration of Servicemembers(CRIS) measure.

Community Reintegration of Servicemembers (CRIS) is a new measure of community reintegration. Prior to the current study, the measurement properties of CRIS had not been examined in younger veterans or in those with severe injuries. This study tested CRIS with seriously injured combat veterans. We collected data from 68 subjects from the Center for the Intrepid in two sessions 3 months apart. We examined reliability, validity, and responsiveness of CRIS. Results suggest that CRIS is a sound test to measure community reintegration in severely wounded servicemembers.

Volume 48 Number 2, 2011
   Pages 89 — 102

This article and any supplementary material should be cited as follows:
Resnik L, Gray M, Borgia M. Measurement of community reintegration in sample of severely wounded servicemembers. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2011;48(2):89-102.
DOI:10.1682/JRRD.2010.04.0070

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