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(Physical Therapy[TA])
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  • Delivering Intensive Rehabilitation in Stroke: Factors Influencing Implementation. [Journal Article]
  • PTPhys Ther 2018 Feb 05
  • Connell LA, Klassen TD, … Eng JJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Even therapists involved in delivering a high-intensity intervention as part of a trial wanted to adapt it for clinical practice; therefore, it is imperative that researchers are explicit regarding key intervention components and what can be adapted to help ensure implementation fidelity. Changes in therapist's beliefs and system-level changes (staffing and resources) are likely necessary to facilitate higher intensity rehabilitation in practice.
  • Construct Validity of the Societal Outreach Scale (SOS). [Journal Article]
  • PTPhys Ther 2018 Jan 30
  • Fike DS, Denton J, … Gorman I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Though the sample included a broad representation of physical therapists, this was a single cross-sectional study. Additional confirmatory factor analysis, reliability testing, and word refinement of the tool are warranted.Given the construct validity and reliability of the 3-factor SOS, it is recommended for use as a validated instrument to measure physical therapists' performance of social responsibility and related behaviors.
  • Caregiver-Provided Physical Therapy Home Programs for Children with Motor Delay: A Scoping Review. [Journal Article]
  • PTPhys Ther 2018 Jan 17
  • Gorgon EJR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although caregiver-provided PTHP are important in addressing motor outcomes in this population, there is a lack of evidence at the level of clinical trials to guide practice. More research is urgently needed to determine the effectiveness of caregiver-provided PTHP. Future studies should address the many important issues identified in this scoping review to improve the usefulness of the trial results.
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