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This research aimed to determine the sensitivity and clinical validity of the OCS-Plus, a stroke-specific tablet-based cognitive screening tool, in comparison with the MoCA, a routinely used screening tool, after stroke. Eighty-six patients were recruited from Oxfordshire stroke wards over a 22-month period and completed both screens. Overall, we found that the OCS-Plus has good convergent validity and excellent sensitivity when compared with the MoCA. The OCS-Plus is therefore of potential benefit to those seeking a sensitive screening tool.

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J Neuropsychol

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cognitive impairment, cognitive screening, neurorehabilitation, stroke, validation