The Global Spine Care Initiative: World Spine Care executive summary on reducing spine-related disability in low- and middle-income communities

Scott Haldeman, Margareta Nordin, Roger Chou, Pierre Côté, Eric L. Hurwitz, Claire D. Johnson*, Kristi Randhawa, Bart N. Green, Deborah Kopansky-Giles, Emre Acaroğlu, Arthur Ameis, Christine Cedraschi, Ellen Aartun, Afua Adjei-Kwayisi, Selim Ayhan, Amer Aziz, Teresa Bas, Fiona Blyth, David Borenstein, O’Dane D. BradyPeter Brooks, Connie Camilleri, Juan M. Castellote, Michael B. Clay, Fereydoun Davatchi, Jean Dudler, Robert Dunn, Stefan Eberspaecher, Juan Emmerich, Jean Pierre Farcy, Norman Fisher-Jeffes, Christine Goertz, Michael Grevitt, Erin A. Griffith, Najia Hajjaj-Hassouni, Jan Hartvigsen, Maria Hondras, Edward J. Kane, Julie Laplante, Nadège Lemeunier, John Mayer, Silvano Mior, Tiro Mmopelwa, Michael Modic, Jean Moss, Rajani Mullerpatan, Elijah Muteti, Lillian Mwaniki, Madeleine Ngandeu-Singwe, Geoff Outerbridge

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Purpose: Spinal disorders, including back and neck pain, are major causes of disability, economic hardship, and morbidity, especially in underserved communities and low- and middle-income countries. Currently, there is no model of care to address this issue. This paper provides an overview of the papers from the Global Spine Care Initiative (GSCI), which was convened to develop an evidence-based, practical, and sustainable, spinal healthcare model for communities around the world with various levels of resources. Methods: Leading spine clinicians and scientists around the world were invited to participate. The interprofessional, international team consisted of 68 members from 24 countries, representing most disciplines that study or care for patients with spinal symptoms, including family physicians, spine surgeons, rheumatologists, chiropractors, physical therapists, epidemiologists, research methodologists, and other stakeholders. Results: Literature reviews on the burden of spinal disorders and six categories of evidence-based interventions for spinal disorders (assessment, public health, psychosocial, noninvasive, invasive, and the management of osteoporosis) were completed. In addition, participants developed a stratification system for surgical intervention, a classification system for spinal disorders, an evidence-based care pathway, and lists of resources and recommendations to implement the GSCI model of care. Conclusion: The GSCI proposes an evidence-based model that is consistent with recent calls for action to reduce the global burden of spinal disorders. The model requires testing to determine feasibility. If it proves to be implementable, this model holds great promise to reduce the tremendous global burden of spinal disorders. Graphical abstract: These slides can be retrieved under Electronic Supplementary Material.[Figure not available: see fulltext.].

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEuropean Spine Journal
Vol/bind27
Udgave nummerSuppl. 6
Sider (fra-til)776-785
ISSN0940-6719
DOI
StatusUdgivet - sep. 2018

Fingeraftryk

Neck Pain
Physical Therapists
Family Physicians
Public Health
Delivery of Health Care
Research
Epidemiologists
Rheumatologists
Surgeons

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Haldeman, Scott ; Nordin, Margareta ; Chou, Roger ; Côté, Pierre ; Hurwitz, Eric L. ; Johnson, Claire D. ; Randhawa, Kristi ; Green, Bart N. ; Kopansky-Giles, Deborah ; Acaroğlu, Emre ; Ameis, Arthur ; Cedraschi, Christine ; Aartun, Ellen ; Adjei-Kwayisi, Afua ; Ayhan, Selim ; Aziz, Amer ; Bas, Teresa ; Blyth, Fiona ; Borenstein, David ; Brady, O’Dane D. ; Brooks, Peter ; Camilleri, Connie ; Castellote, Juan M. ; Clay, Michael B. ; Davatchi, Fereydoun ; Dudler, Jean ; Dunn, Robert ; Eberspaecher, Stefan ; Emmerich, Juan ; Farcy, Jean Pierre ; Fisher-Jeffes, Norman ; Goertz, Christine ; Grevitt, Michael ; Griffith, Erin A. ; Hajjaj-Hassouni, Najia ; Hartvigsen, Jan ; Hondras, Maria ; Kane, Edward J. ; Laplante, Julie ; Lemeunier, Nadège ; Mayer, John ; Mior, Silvano ; Mmopelwa, Tiro ; Modic, Michael ; Moss, Jean ; Mullerpatan, Rajani ; Muteti, Elijah ; Mwaniki, Lillian ; Ngandeu-Singwe, Madeleine ; Outerbridge, Geoff. / The Global Spine Care Initiative : World Spine Care executive summary on reducing spine-related disability in low- and middle-income communities. I: European Spine Journal. 2018 ; Bind 27, Nr. Suppl. 6. s. 776-785.
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I: European Spine Journal, Bind 27, Nr. Suppl. 6, 09.2018, s. 776-785.

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AU - Hurwitz, Eric L.

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AU - Ameis, Arthur

AU - Cedraschi, Christine

AU - Aartun, Ellen

AU - Adjei-Kwayisi, Afua

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AU - Bas, Teresa

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AU - Borenstein, David

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AU - Brooks, Peter

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AU - Dudler, Jean

AU - Dunn, Robert

AU - Eberspaecher, Stefan

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AU - Farcy, Jean Pierre

AU - Fisher-Jeffes, Norman

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AU - Griffith, Erin A.

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AU - Hondras, Maria

AU - Kane, Edward J.

AU - Laplante, Julie

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AU - Mmopelwa, Tiro

AU - Modic, Michael

AU - Moss, Jean

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