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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.


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

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

Participation in daily life activities at two months after stroke predicts long-term health-related quality of life

Prevalence and Determinants of Pain in Spinal Cord Injury During Initial Inpatient Rehabilitation: Data From the Dutch Spinal Cord Injury Database

Relationship between secondary health conditions and life satisfaction in persons with spinal cord injury: study across twenty-one countries

The longitudinal association between movement behavior patterns and the course of participation up to one year after stroke

The Self-Regulation Assessment (SeRA) questionnaire: development and exploratory analyses of a new patient-reported outcome measure for rehabilitation

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