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University Medical Center Groningen

prof. dr. M.W.M. (Marcel) Post

Professor of spinal cod injury rehabilitation
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Research interests

Spinal cord injury, self-management, employment, social participation, quality of life, psychological factors.


Effect of Training for an Athletic Challenge on Illness Cognition in Individuals with Chronic Disability: A Prospective Cohort Study

Changes in bladder emptying during inpatient rehabilitation after spinal cord injury and predicting factors: data from the Dutch Spinal Cord Injury Database

Changes in body satisfaction during and after a 5-month handcycle training period and associations with physical capacity and body composition in individuals with a physical impairment

Development of the self-regulation assessment and content validation using cognitive interviews in a multicultural post-rehabilitation population

Does the disposition of passive coping mediate the association between illness perception and symptoms of anxiety and depression in patients with spinal cord injury during first inpatient rehabilitation?

Health professionals’ perspective on the applicability of AO Spine PROST (patient reported outcome Spine trauma) in people with a motor-complete traumatic or non-traumatic spinal cord injury

International Spinal Cord Injury Core Data Set (version 3.0)—including standardization of reporting

International spinal cord injury socio-demographic basic data set (version 1.0)

Intra- and interpersonal effects of coping style and self-efficacy on anxiety, depression and life satisfaction in patient-partner couples after stroke

Labour market participation after spinal cord injury. A register-based cohort study

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Groningen researchers leading in global research on the rehabilitation of spinal cord injury in the past two decades