REFERENCES

REFERENCES

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Cioschi HM and Goodman CL. A lifetime case management model for persons with spinal cord injury. Journal of Case Management 1994 3(3):117-23 Fall.

Fox SW, Anderson BJ and McKinley WO. Case management and critical pathways: links to quality care for persons with spinal cord injury. American Rehabilitation 1996 22(4):20-5 Win.

Gilliland ER. The day treatment program: meeting rehabilitation needs for SCI in the changing climate of health care reform. SCI Nursing 1996 13(1):6-9 Mar.

Hesselgrave B. Case managers and spinal cord management. Case Manager 1997 8(3):89-93 May-Jun.

Hoeman SP and Winters DM. Theory-based case management: high cervical spinal injury. Home Healthcare Nurse 1990 8(1):25-33 Jan-Feb.

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The Spinal Cord Injury Case Management site of the SCI Manuals for Providers is based on information in the articles by Cioschi and Goodman and by Fox, et al, cited in the references section, except for information where other papers are cited.