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Research Article Open Access
The aim of this research is to identify the characteristics of interpersonal and social relations that are established within the Spinal Unit of the “San Raffaele, Sulmona”. The methods that have been used are “Sociogram” by Moreno as well as individual interviews, direct and indirect observation. The sample is composed of 15 para- and quadriplegic patients of the Spinal Unit (6 females and 9 males). From the sociogram and the analysis of the leader’s and the refused member’s personality characteristics we were able in the first place to identify the difficulties of the spinal group, and also to structure future interventions to decrease the difficulties and aid compliance to treatment, rehabilitation and quality of the Department life.
Spinal injury, Rehabilitation, Sociogram, Group rehabilitation, Interpersonal relationships, Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, Neuro Rehabilitation, Neurointensive Care