Medical Phenomenology and Stroke Rehabilitation: An Introduction
Toward a Phenomenology of Boundaries in Medicine: Chronic Illness Experience in the Case of Stroke
A Story to Create: Stroke Survivors' Broken Narratives
Stroke Rehabilitation and the Phenomenological Reconstitution of the Self
The Importance of the Patient's Subjective Experience in Stroke Rehabilitation
Phenomenology as a Philosophical Orientation for Understanding the Transformative Experience of Disabling Illness
Enhancing Quality of Life for Survivors of Stroke Through Phenomenology
Recovered or Recovering: Negotiating Rehabilitation After Stroke
The Importance of Providing Scaffolding to Support Patient Narratives When Brain Damage Impairs Storytelling Ability
The Clinician's Voice of Brain and Heart: A Biopsycho-Ecological Framework for Merging the Biomedical and Holistic
Proposing a Practical Clinical Model
“Holistic” Care for Stroke in the Context of the Current Health Care Bureaucracy and Economic Reality
Stroke, Disability, and Unconscious Bias: Interrelationships and Overdetermination in Medical Decisions
Pathways to the Reconstruction of Selfhood in Chronic Transformative Disability: The Example of Spinal Cord Injury
Social Isolation Poststroke: Relationship Between Race/Ethnicity, Depression, and Functional Independence