|Main characteristics of Primary Care Dedicated Inpatient Rehabilitation and Primary Care Nursing Home Rehabilitation|
|Multi-dimensional assessment||Standardized||Not standardized|
|Professionals of the rehabilitation team||GP, nurse, physio- and occupational therapist. Other professionals at need||GP, nurse, physio- and occupational therapist. Other professionals at need|
|Rehabilitation arena||Short term beds in primary care dedicated inpatient rehabilitation centre||Short-term beds in primary care nursing homes|
|Focus of the setting||Continuous rehabilitation focus in an optimistic and realistic setting||Frequent shift of focus between rehabilitation and care|
|Goals, plan, intervention tailored to the patient||Always||Occasional|
|Measurement instruments||Always, 3-4 regular||Occasional|
|Collaboration between patient, staff, relatives and primary health care||Close, in at least weekly meetings||Occasional|
|Training: Physical-, functional-, ADL-||In groups, one-by-one and self-training||In groups, one-by-one and self-training|
|Training intensity/frequency||Three hours/day||Two hours/day|
PCDIR= Primary Care Dedicated Inpatient Rehabilitation 2. PCNHR= Primary Care Nursing Home Rehabilitation.
Johansen et al.
Johansen et al. BMC Health Services Research 2012 12:400 doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-400