OCS-Putonghua

In China, there is no standardized clinical instrument specifically designed for measuring cognitive deficits of post-stroke patients. The common clinical instruments used by clinicians in neurology, and rehabilitation medicine and therapy mostly quantify general cognitive function of patients. Test constructs of these instruments such as Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) and Neurobehavioral Cognitive State Examination (NCSE, Cognistat) cannot capture the cognitive challenges unique to post-stroke patients. The Chinese (Putonghua) version Oxford Cognitive Screen (OSC-P) was validated for use by clinicians in China and among other cultural groups (or individuals) living outside of China. Clinicians and researchers can administer OCS-P to patients who speak Chinese (Putonghua) at admission and subsequent follow-up assessments. The OCS-P subscale scores can be used for guiding treatment plan, monitoring treatment effect, and tracking rehabilitation outcomes. Normative data for 100 patients and 120 younger (= 60) or older (= 60) healthy participants, and the psychometric properties of the OCS-P can be found in Hong et al. (2018) (see below for full citation).

在中国,尚且缺乏针对脑卒中后认知功能障碍特点而专门开发的标准化临床筛查工具。临床医生或康复医生在神经病学和康复医学的诊疗过程中使用的常用筛查工具主要量化脑卒中患者的一般认知功能,如迷你精神状态检查(MMSE)和神经行为认知状态检查(NCSE, Cognistat)。这些工具的测试结构无法完整捕捉脑卒中患者特有的认知损害。中文(普通话)版牛津认知筛查量表(OSC-P)已经通过验证,可供中国临床医生以及居住在中国境外的其他文化群体(或个人)使用。临床医生和研究人员可以在使用中文(普通话)的患者入院时和随后的随访评估中为其进行OCS-P测试。OCS-P子量表评分可用于指导治疗计划,监测治疗效果,以及跟踪康复预后。本团队开展的信效度研究招募了160例对照(60例年轻人和100例老年人)以及100例脑卒中患者的规范化数据,在下方的文献中可以查阅OCS-P的神经心理测量特征。

 

The OCS-P Research Team:

Chetwyn C. H. Chan, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Li-dian Chen, Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Chi-wen Chien, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Nele Demeyere, Cognitive Neuropsychology Centre, University of Oxford

Wen-jun Hong, Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Stephen C. L. Lau, Washington University School of Medicine

Tatia M. C. Lee, Neuropsychology Laboratory, Department of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong

Man-tak Leung, Department of Chinese Bilingual Studies, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Jing Tao, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Alex W. K. Wong, Washington University School of Medicine

Shan-li Yang, Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

 

Materials and Demonstration:

The test manual and materials of OCS-P is accessible through the Oxford University Innovations Health outcomes licensing website. The development process and results of the validation study are described in details in Hong et el. (2018).

The training video produced by Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine can be accessed via [a link will be added when the video is ready].

 

Reference: Hong W-J, Tao J, Wong AWK, Yang S-L, Leung M-K, Lee TMC, Demeyere D, Lau SCL, Chien C-W, Chan CCH, Chen L-D. (2018) Psychometric properties of the Chinese (Putonghua) version of the Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS-P) in subacute poststroke patients without neglect, BioMed Research International, vol. 2018, Article ID 6827854. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/6827854.