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The Mary Wigman Book, Mary Wigman 2017 Wesleyan University

The Mary Wigman Book, Mary Wigman

The NEH/Mellon Open Book Program, Dance Titles – open access Ebooks

The final testament of a great creative artist, whose genius as a dancer and choreographer was well matched by her verbal gifts. In this volume, Walter Sorell, her longtime friend, brings together a rich selection of her writings: warm letters, poems, anecdotes of her early years, witty cartoons, essays on the art of dance, and on some of her own works. Included are her reminiscences of her first compositions and performances, of the dancers who flocked to her company and school at Dresden, and of her triumphant American tours in 1930–1933. The Mary Wigman Book was originally published by ...


Toward A Mixed-Methods Research Approach To Content Analysis In The Digital Age: The Combined Content-Analysis Model And Its Applications To Health Care Twitter Feeds, Eradah O. Hamad, Marie Y. Savundranayagam, Jeffrey D. Holmes, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Andrew M. Johnson 2017 King Abdulaziz University; Western University

Toward A Mixed-Methods Research Approach To Content Analysis In The Digital Age: The Combined Content-Analysis Model And Its Applications To Health Care Twitter Feeds, Eradah O. Hamad, Marie Y. Savundranayagam, Jeffrey D. Holmes, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Andrew M. Johnson

Marie Y. Savundranayagam

BACKGROUND: Twitter’s 140-character microblog posts are increasingly used to access information and facilitate discussions among health care professionals and between patients with chronic conditions and their caregivers. Recently, efforts have emerged to investigate the content of health care-related posts on Twitter. This marks a new area for researchers to investigate and apply content analysis (CA). In current infodemiology, infoveillance and digital disease detection research initiatives, quantitative and qualitative Twitter data are often combined, and there are no clear guidelines for researchers to follow when collecting and evaluating Twitter-driven content. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to identify studies ...


Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing 2017 Bond University

Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing

Ben Schram

Background: Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a recreational activity and sport that has grown exponentially, with participation increasing from 1.1 million in 2010 to 2.8 million in 2014 in the United States alone. Despite this growth in participation, SUP remains underresearched with regard to injury epidemiology. Purpose: To investigate injury epidemiology (severity, location, type, mechanism) in SUP.Study Design:Descriptive epidemiology study. Methods: An open-source online survey was administered to active SUP participants internationally. The survey captured information relevant to demographics, participation, and injury history over the past 12 months. Results: Of 240 participants included in the data ...


Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing 2017 Bond University

Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing

Wayne Hing

Background:

Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a recreational activity and sport that has grown exponentially, with participation increasing from 1.1 million in 2010 to 2.8 million in 2014 in the United States alone. Despite this growth in participation, SUP remains underresearched with regard to injury epidemiology.

Purpose:

To investigate injury epidemiology (severity, location, type, mechanism) in SUP.Study Design:Descriptive epidemiology study.

Methods:

An open-source online survey was administered to active SUP participants internationally. The survey captured information relevant to demographics, participation, and injury history over the past 12 months.

Results:

Of 240 participants included in the data ...


The Contribution Of Individual Exercise Training Components To Clinical Outcomes In Randomised Controlled Trials Of Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review And Meta-Regression, Bridget Abell, Paul Glasziou, Tammy Hoffmann 2017 Bond University

The Contribution Of Individual Exercise Training Components To Clinical Outcomes In Randomised Controlled Trials Of Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review And Meta-Regression, Bridget Abell, Paul Glasziou, Tammy Hoffmann

Paul Glasziou

Background While the clinical benefits of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation are well established, there is extensive variation in the interventions used within these trials. It is unknown whether variations in individual components of these exercise interventions provide different relative contributions to overall clinical outcomes. This study aims to systematically examine the relationship between individual components of the exercise intervention in cardiac rehabilitation (such as intensity and frequency) and clinical outcomes for people with coronary heart disease. Methods In this systematic review, eligible trials were identified via searches of databases (PubMed, Allied and Complementary Medicine, EMBASE, PEDro, Science Citation Index Expanded, CINAHL ...


The Contribution Of Individual Exercise Training Components To Clinical Outcomes In Randomised Controlled Trials Of Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review And Meta-Regression, Bridget Abell, Paul Glasziou, Tammy Hoffmann 2017 Bond University

The Contribution Of Individual Exercise Training Components To Clinical Outcomes In Randomised Controlled Trials Of Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review And Meta-Regression, Bridget Abell, Paul Glasziou, Tammy Hoffmann

Tammy Hoffmann

Background While the clinical benefits of exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation are well established, there is extensive variation in the interventions used within these trials. It is unknown whether variations in individual components of these exercise interventions provide different relative contributions to overall clinical outcomes. This study aims to systematically examine the relationship between individual components of the exercise intervention in cardiac rehabilitation (such as intensity and frequency) and clinical outcomes for people with coronary heart disease. Methods In this systematic review, eligible trials were identified via searches of databases (PubMed, Allied and Complementary Medicine, EMBASE, PEDro, Science Citation Index Expanded, CINAHL ...


Aquatic Vs Land-Based Exercise For Fibromyalgia, Erica Speer 2017 University of New Mexico

Aquatic Vs Land-Based Exercise For Fibromyalgia, Erica Speer

Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstones

Purpose: The aim of this project was to present a case of an individual diagnosed with fibromyalgia (FM) and answers the following PICO question: In adult females with fibromyalgia, is aquatic-based therapy better than land-based therapy at improving symptomology and function?

Background: FM is a condition associated with chronic pain, tender points, fatigue, anxiety, depression, memory difficulty, gastrointestinal issues, sleep disturbances, muscle spasm, nerve pain, and sympathetic hyperactivity. Current literature shows positive effects of aerobic exercise programs on individuals with FM, but there is a lack of evidence-based review examining the effects of aquatic-based exercise programs on symptomology associated with ...


Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing 2017 Bond University

Epidemiology Of Injuries In Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, James Furness, Olayinka Olorunnife, Ben Schram, Michael Climstein, Wayne Hing

Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine Publications

Background:

Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is a recreational activity and sport that has grown exponentially, with participation increasing from 1.1 million in 2010 to 2.8 million in 2014 in the United States alone. Despite this growth in participation, SUP remains underresearched with regard to injury epidemiology.

Purpose:

To investigate injury epidemiology (severity, location, type, mechanism) in SUP.Study Design:Descriptive epidemiology study.

Methods:

An open-source online survey was administered to active SUP participants internationally. The survey captured information relevant to demographics, participation, and injury history over the past 12 months.

Results:

Of 240 participants included in the data ...


Strength Training For Stress Urinary Incontinence In A Young, Nulliparous Female Athlete: A Case Report, Talia Rachel Gilmour 2017 University of New Mexico

Strength Training For Stress Urinary Incontinence In A Young, Nulliparous Female Athlete: A Case Report, Talia Rachel Gilmour

Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstones

Purpose: The purpose of this review is to analyze evidence-based research in an effort to answer the PICO question: In young, nulliparous, athletic females with stress incontinence, is lumbo-pelvic strength training and neuromuscular re-education to the pelvic floor as effective as strengthening of the pelvic floor through kegels alone, in decreasing frequency of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)?

Background: It is now understood that Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is highly prevalent in female athletes, however the mechanism of this pathology is not well understood. At this time there is a paucity of literature regarding interventions for SUI in young female athletes ...


Dual-Task Gait Assessment In Lower Extremity Amputees, Courtney A. Frengopoulos 2017 The University of Western Ontario

Dual-Task Gait Assessment In Lower Extremity Amputees, Courtney A. Frengopoulos

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The purpose of these studies was to develop a reliable dual-task functional mobility protocol and investigate changes in dual-task performance over time in lower extremity amputees. Relative and absolute test-retest reliability of the protocol were evaluated across the population in a study consisting of three groups, with 20 participants per group. A pilot study of 16 participants investigated change in dual-task performance between discharge from rehabilitation and follow-up for both cognitively normal and cognitively impaired individuals. Gait was assessed by the developed protocol as well as an electronic walkway (GaitRITE®). All three groups in Study 1 had excellent relative test-retest ...


Reliability And Validity Of A Biomechanically Based Analysis Method For The Tennis Serve, Natalie L. Myers, W. Ben Kibler, Leah Lamborn, Belinda J. Smith, Tony English, Cale A. Jacobs, Timothy L. Uhl 2017 University of Kentucky

Reliability And Validity Of A Biomechanically Based Analysis Method For The Tennis Serve, Natalie L. Myers, W. Ben Kibler, Leah Lamborn, Belinda J. Smith, Tony English, Cale A. Jacobs, Timothy L. Uhl

Tim L. Uhl

Background: An observational tennis serve analysis (OTSA) tool was developed using previously established body positions from three-dimensional kinematic motion analysis studies. These positions, defined as nodes, have been associated with efficient force production and minimal joint loading. However, the tool has yet to be examined scientifically.

Purpose: The primary purpose of this investigation was to determine the inter-observer reliability for each node between two health care professionals (HCPs) that developed the OTSA, and secondarily to investigate the validity of the OTSA.

Methods: Two separate studies were performed to meet these objectives. An inter-observer reliability study preceded the validity study by ...


Reliability And Validity Of A Biomechanically Based Analysis Method For The Tennis Serve, Natalie L. Myers, W. Ben Kibler, Leah Lamborn, Belinda J. Smith, Tony English, Cale A. Jacobs, Timothy L. Uhl 2017 University of Kentucky

Reliability And Validity Of A Biomechanically Based Analysis Method For The Tennis Serve, Natalie L. Myers, W. Ben Kibler, Leah Lamborn, Belinda J. Smith, Tony English, Cale A. Jacobs, Timothy L. Uhl

Rehabilitation Sciences Faculty Publications

Background: An observational tennis serve analysis (OTSA) tool was developed using previously established body positions from three-dimensional kinematic motion analysis studies. These positions, defined as nodes, have been associated with efficient force production and minimal joint loading. However, the tool has yet to be examined scientifically.

Purpose: The primary purpose of this investigation was to determine the inter-observer reliability for each node between two health care professionals (HCPs) that developed the OTSA, and secondarily to investigate the validity of the OTSA.

Methods: Two separate studies were performed to meet these objectives. An inter-observer reliability study preceded the validity study by ...


Community Living Integration Club For Women In Recovery From Sex Trafficking, Toni Thompson 2017 Nova Southeastern University

Community Living Integration Club For Women In Recovery From Sex Trafficking, Toni Thompson

Occupational Therapy Program Student Theses, Dissertations and Capstones

Sex trafficking is one form of human trafficking, a heinous human rights violation that transcends international borders. People who have been trafficked often present with complex neurobehavioral, psychological, emotional, physiological, sensory, and developmental difficulties. The United Nations developed the international 3 p protocol to guide governmental agencies, non-governmental groups, and individuals in developing programs and legal actions of trafficking prevention, protection, and prosecution. Protection encompasses the recovery of trafficking survivors and community integration has been identified as an essential foundation for successful recovery. Measurable components of community integration include safe housing, stable employment, and vocation-focused education. This Capstone describes the ...


"Carer-Centred Care": Family Carer Experiences, Roles And Support Needs: Implications For Dietitians In Rehabilitation, Skye Marshall, Dianne Reidlinger, Adrienne Young, Elizabeth Isenring 2017 Bond University

"Carer-Centred Care": Family Carer Experiences, Roles And Support Needs: Implications For Dietitians In Rehabilitation, Skye Marshall, Dianne Reidlinger, Adrienne Young, Elizabeth Isenring

Liz Isenring

Title on the Conference Program:

"Family carer experiences, roles and support needs: Implications for dietitians in rehabilitation"


Dietary Fibre Modification In The Recovery And Prevention Of Reoccurrence Of Acute, Uncomplicated Diverticulitis: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis, Camilla Dahl, Megan Crichton, Julie Jenkins, Romina Nucera, Sophie Mahoney, Skye Marshall 2017 Bond University

Dietary Fibre Modification In The Recovery And Prevention Of Reoccurrence Of Acute, Uncomplicated Diverticulitis: A Systematic Review And Meta-Analysis, Camilla Dahl, Megan Crichton, Julie Jenkins, Romina Nucera, Sophie Mahoney, Skye Marshall

Skye Marshall

Title on the Conference Program:

"The effect of dietary fibre modification and bowel rest on patient and health care outcomes in patients admitted to hospital with acute, uncomplicated diverticulitis: a systematic literature review and meta-analysis"


"Carer-Centred Care": Family Carer Experiences, Roles And Support Needs: Implications For Dietitians In Rehabilitation, Skye Marshall, Dianne Reidlinger, Adrienne Young, Elizabeth Isenring 2017 Bond University

"Carer-Centred Care": Family Carer Experiences, Roles And Support Needs: Implications For Dietitians In Rehabilitation, Skye Marshall, Dianne Reidlinger, Adrienne Young, Elizabeth Isenring

Skye Marshall

Title on the Conference Program:

"Family carer experiences, roles and support needs: Implications for dietitians in rehabilitation"


Exercise And Cancer Related Fatigue: An Evidence-Based Analysis, Andrea Kerstin Pfaff 2017 University of New Mexico

Exercise And Cancer Related Fatigue: An Evidence-Based Analysis, Andrea Kerstin Pfaff

Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstones

Purpose: The following paper presents a case of a 56-year-old female who presented to physical therapy following adjuvant treatment for breast cancer. This paper provides an evidence-based analysis to answer the following PICO question: Is exercise an effective intervention for reducing cancer-related fatigue in individuals diagnosed with cancer, receiving adjuvant treatment for cancer, or are successfully in remission?

Background: Fatigue is one of the most common effects of cancer and its various treatments. This condition affects 60% to 90% of cancer patients, who describe feeling weak, listless, paralyzed, and too exhausted to perform basic activities such as eating, toileting, or ...


Passive Lower Extremity Cycling To Combat Icu Acquired Weakness – An Evidence Based Analysis, Summer B. Shelley 2017 University of New Mexico

Passive Lower Extremity Cycling To Combat Icu Acquired Weakness – An Evidence Based Analysis, Summer B. Shelley

Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstones

Background: Patients who are critically ill face severe muscle weakness and physical deconditioning due to prolonged immobility during their stay in the hospital, specifically in the intensive care unit (ICU). This impairment is commonly termed ICU acquired weakness (ICUAW) and subsequently leads to disability and prolonged rehabilitation after discharge from the ICU. Recent studies have found early physical therapy intervention for patients can be beneficial in attenuating decrease in function frequently associated with ICU admission.

Purpose: To investigate a physical therapy intervention that could potentially address this patient’s impairments by analyzing evidence based literature regarding the following PICO question ...


Physical Therapy Versus Interdisciplinary Care In Patients With Low Back Pain And Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms From Motor Vehicle Accidents, Guillermo G. Martinez 2017 University of New Mexico

Physical Therapy Versus Interdisciplinary Care In Patients With Low Back Pain And Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms From Motor Vehicle Accidents, Guillermo G. Martinez

Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstones

Purpose: The purpose of this literature review is to investigate the following question based on available literature: In patients with MVA-associated LBP complicated by PTSD-like symptoms, does physical therapy (PT) intervention with concomitant therapy that targets psychological factors improve functional and psychological outcomes more than PT alone? Background: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) commonly accompanies the physical pain and limitations following motor vehicle accidents. This may limit progress towards PT goals. Current guidelines support addressing either psychological or physical symptoms to improve outcomes, but the necessity and effectiveness of interdisciplinary care is not well-outlined. Case: Patient is a 24-year-old female involved ...


A Letter From Oata Chair Of Research And Grants Subcommittee, Shelley Payne Dr. 2017 Otterbein University

A Letter From Oata Chair Of Research And Grants Subcommittee, Shelley Payne Dr.

Journal of Sports Medicine and Allied Health Sciences: Official Journal of the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association

A thank you and conclusion to the OATA Annual Symposium and Meeting


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