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Rethinking Medical Quality Training During Residency, Salih Selek Jun 2024

Rethinking Medical Quality Training During Residency, Salih Selek

Teaching in Clinics

A brief editorial on medical quality training


2024 Uthealth & Memorial Hermann Quality Symposium Abstracts, Salih Selek Jun 2024

2024 Uthealth & Memorial Hermann Quality Symposium Abstracts, Salih Selek

Teaching in Clinics

Every year, the UTHealth McGovern Medical School and Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center jointly organize a Quality Symposium, where oral and poster presentations spotlight the outstanding efforts in quality improvement initiatives ongoing at both institutions. Sixty-three teams dedicated to Quality Improvement were chosen to present their projects during the afternoon Poster Session. The abstracts included in this compilation offer a glimpse into the remarkable Quality Improvement endeavors showcased at the 2024 Quality Symposium.


Effects Of A 10-Week Footstrike Transition Programme On Tibial Stress Fracture Probability; A Randomized Controlled Intervention Using Finite Element And Probabilistic Modelling., Jonathan Sinclair, Paul J. Taylor Jun 2024

Effects Of A 10-Week Footstrike Transition Programme On Tibial Stress Fracture Probability; A Randomized Controlled Intervention Using Finite Element And Probabilistic Modelling., Jonathan Sinclair, Paul J. Taylor

Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity

Introduction: The aim of this study was to undertake a randomized control trial examining the effects of a 10-week footstrike transition program on tibial stress fracture risk compared to control. Material and methods: Twenty habitual rearfoot strike runners were randomly assigned to either footstrike or control groups. The footstrike group undertook a graduated 10-week program which allowed them to convert their habitual rearfoot strike pattern, whereas the control group maintained their normal training regime without any alterations to their strike pattern. Running biomechanics were collected using an eight-camera motion capture system, and ground reaction forces using a force plate. Tibial …


Evaluation Of Elevation Parameter Determination By Global Navigation Satellite Systems’ Sports Receivers: A Preliminary Study, Tomasz Szot, Marcin Sontowski Jun 2024

Evaluation Of Elevation Parameter Determination By Global Navigation Satellite Systems’ Sports Receivers: A Preliminary Study, Tomasz Szot, Marcin Sontowski

Baltic Journal of Health and Physical Activity

Introduction: Sports Global Navigation Satellite Systems’ receivers have been providing athletes, coaches, and scientists with valuable information on movement for over two decades. As these receivers are specific measuring instruments, there is a need to determine their accuracy. This paper presents a relatively simple methodology for assessing sports receivers of this type regarding their elevation determination. Material and methods: The methodology was based on the Digital Terrain Model of Poland, a discrete representation of the topographic elevation of the land surface. Three wearable devices from different years of manufacture were selected for the preliminary study by calculating the Root Mean …


What Do Extension And Public Health Educators Need To Address Substance Misuse?, Lisa Washburn, Karen Franck Jun 2024

What Do Extension And Public Health Educators Need To Address Substance Misuse?, Lisa Washburn, Karen Franck

The Journal of Extension

Limited organizational capacity has hindered Extension’s ability to address substance misuse in communities. To inform capacity-building efforts, we obtained Extension educator and health educator feedback on opportunities, challenges and resource needs using the Delphi technique. Opportunities included collaboration and partnerships with local entities. Stigma, inadequate resources, and limited knowledge and skills of educators were challenges. Top resource needs were updated youth curricula, funding, and clear guidance on what educators can do and what should be referred externally. Findings provide insights to educator perceptions and suggest additional training and resources needed to implement evidence-based approaches to address substance misuse.


Let’S Go! 2022-2023 Educational Programs: Developing A Standardized Obesity Medicine Curriculum Through A Realist Evaluation, Isaac Stickney, Peter Amann, Victoria Rogers, Austin Steward, Kayla Bronzo, Alec Luro, Robert Bing-You Jun 2024

Let’S Go! 2022-2023 Educational Programs: Developing A Standardized Obesity Medicine Curriculum Through A Realist Evaluation, Isaac Stickney, Peter Amann, Victoria Rogers, Austin Steward, Kayla Bronzo, Alec Luro, Robert Bing-You

Journal of Maine Medical Center

Problem: Obesity is linked to more than 200 chronic conditions, lower quality of life, and worse outcomes for patients. Let’s Go! is a community engagement initiative that works with communities to create environments that support healthy behaviors that impact obesity. Let’s Go! provides educational programming for all medical learners and providers throughout Maine and Carroll County, New Hampshire. The goal of Let’s Go! is to address the health outcomes of obesity and the stigma associated with it, including its impact on patients’ mental health and clinicians’ unconscious biases.

Approach: We used a realist evaluation, a framework in which the social …


Evolution Of Global Anatomy Research Through Covid-19: A Post-Pandemic Evaluation, Harsh Chheda, Santanu De Jun 2024

Evolution Of Global Anatomy Research Through Covid-19: A Post-Pandemic Evaluation, Harsh Chheda, Santanu De

FDLA Journal

The Coronavirus Infectious Disease 2019 (COVID-19) struck the world with a deep impact on many countries' healthcare systems. More specifically, anatomical research experienced a drastic setback due to the limitations and restrictions placed upon them by the medical community. This study aims to review how COVID-19 guidelines presented conflict regarding the retrieval and use of cadavers, as well as how anatomy research was modified on a global scale owing to the pandemic. The COVID-19 outbreak called for several changes upon each significant anatomical research technique, ranging from cadaver dissection to diagnostic imaging. Given the remarkable shift in medical research guidelines …


The Future Of Nursing Leadership: Incorporating E-Learned Artificial Intelligence (Ai) Pathways With A Precautionary Focus On Patient-Centered-Care, Jamie Anne Marcus Dr., Bonnette Villalba Webb Jun 2024

The Future Of Nursing Leadership: Incorporating E-Learned Artificial Intelligence (Ai) Pathways With A Precautionary Focus On Patient-Centered-Care, Jamie Anne Marcus Dr., Bonnette Villalba Webb

FDLA Journal

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a data-driven mathematical process that incorporates machine-based-logic, usually in the form of algorithms. Education, training, and competencies are now conducted through virtual reality, robotics, simulation, and technology learning-based-platforms by healthcare organizations. This represents a significant change in the future of nursing practice. The adaptability of technology-based-learning platforms can impact the quality and efficiency of learning for some of the workforce population. Nurses' perception of technology and AI-driven nursing practice may vary based on generational orientation and can be a potential barrier to learning, practicing, and adaptability of this framework. The forging of well-trained resilient nurse leaders …


Global Implications Of Covid-19 On Education And Research In Healthcare And Stem: Analysis Of Case Studies, Yumna Indorewala, Santanu De Jun 2024

Global Implications Of Covid-19 On Education And Research In Healthcare And Stem: Analysis Of Case Studies, Yumna Indorewala, Santanu De

FDLA Journal

The zoonotic novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2 posed major threats to the world’s economy, social development, and public health. Education and research in STEM and healthcare were no exceptions to the global implications of the Coronavirus Infectious Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Social distancing guidelines were initially recommended to refrain from in-person operations for preventing the transmission of the virus. As academic organizations implemented multifarious methods to effectively transition to remote/online or hybrid educational formats, COVID-19 necessitated designing, adopting, as well as evaluating the efficacy of new instructional approaches, especially for disciplines that require active, experiential learning such as healthcare and STEM. These …


Quality Nursing Education Research In The Eyes Of Assistant Professor Christine Ou And Associate Professor Patrick Lavoie | Regards De La Professeure Adjointe Christine Ou Et Du Professeur Agrégé Patrick Lavoie Sur La Recherche En Formation Infirmière De Qualité, Jacinthe Pepin, Susan M. Duncan Jun 2024

Quality Nursing Education Research In The Eyes Of Assistant Professor Christine Ou And Associate Professor Patrick Lavoie | Regards De La Professeure Adjointe Christine Ou Et Du Professeur Agrégé Patrick Lavoie Sur La Recherche En Formation Infirmière De Qualité, Jacinthe Pepin, Susan M. Duncan

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

No abstract provided.


The Perceptions And Experiences Of Nursing Students On Medical Assistance In Dying (Maid), Jennifer Isaac, Cydnee Seneviratne, Shelley Raffin Bouchal, Shane Sinclair Jun 2024

The Perceptions And Experiences Of Nursing Students On Medical Assistance In Dying (Maid), Jennifer Isaac, Cydnee Seneviratne, Shelley Raffin Bouchal, Shane Sinclair

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

Background: The recent legalization, in Canada, of medical assistance in dying (MAiD) places additional responsibility on undergraduate nursing educators to prepare their students for such encounters. Undergraduate students lack familiarity with death and dying, most of which takes place outside the home in health care institutions. How well these future providers identify and communicate with and care for these patients depends on their educational preparation. Educators, along with nursing regulatory bodies, require more research to prepare curriculum and policies, respectively.

Purpose: This study aimed to gain a better understanding of the experiences and perceptions of nursing students on MAiD, their …


Ressources Nécessaires À La Relation Infirmière-Personne Au Cours De La Formation Initiale En Sciences Infirmières : Revue Narrative Structurée, Clémence Coupat, Emilie Allard, Martin Charette Jun 2024

Ressources Nécessaires À La Relation Infirmière-Personne Au Cours De La Formation Initiale En Sciences Infirmières : Revue Narrative Structurée, Clémence Coupat, Emilie Allard, Martin Charette

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

Raison d’être : La relation infirmière1-personne est au cœur de la discipline, de la pratique et de la formation infirmières. Plusieurs écrits en abordent des aspects, mais aucun ne porte sur le développement de cette relation dans sa globalité au cours de la formation initiale des personnes étudiantes en sciences infirmières, invisibilisant ainsi sa complexité. Guidée par l’approche par compétences décrite par Tardif (2006), cette revue narrative structurée vise à identifier des ressources acquises en formation initiale en sciences infirmières pour développer et entretenir la relation infirmière-personne.

Méthode : Avec l’aide d’une bibliothécaire spécialisée en sciences de la …


Reconcili-Action Begins With Education: Graduate Nursing Students’ Perspectives Of An Experiential Exercise About The History Of Indigenous Peoples In Canada, Renée K. Boily, Karamveer Kaur, Clayton F. Sandy, Donna E. Martin Jun 2024

Reconcili-Action Begins With Education: Graduate Nursing Students’ Perspectives Of An Experiential Exercise About The History Of Indigenous Peoples In Canada, Renée K. Boily, Karamveer Kaur, Clayton F. Sandy, Donna E. Martin

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

Background: In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada called for nursing schools to require all students to complete a course about the history and legacy of the residential school systems and the ongoing impacts of colonialism on survivors and their families. To address this call, we reviewed the graduate nursing curriculum at a Western Canadian university and noted the need to facilitate graduate nursing students’ understanding of the history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. As future advanced practice nurses, graduate nursing students play a pivotal role in reconciliation and improving the health of Indigenous Peoples by working collaboratively …


Nursing Students’ Views On An E-Learning Activity On Clinical Leadership And Ageism: A Cross-Sectional Study, Kelly Baskerville, Sherry Dahlke, Kathleen F. Hunter, Mary T. Fox, Sandra J. Davidson, Alison L. Chasteen, Jeffrey I. Butler, Elaine Moody, Lori Schindel Martin Jun 2024

Nursing Students’ Views On An E-Learning Activity On Clinical Leadership And Ageism: A Cross-Sectional Study, Kelly Baskerville, Sherry Dahlke, Kathleen F. Hunter, Mary T. Fox, Sandra J. Davidson, Alison L. Chasteen, Jeffrey I. Butler, Elaine Moody, Lori Schindel Martin

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

Background: Students require knowledge and skills in clinical leadership in order to address the issue of ageism. An e-learning module was developed that used ageism as an exemplar to practise using the skills and knowledge needed for clinical leadership. Ageism was chosen because it is prevalent in nursing culture and nursing education and influences nursing practice with older people.

Purpose: The aim of this study was to understand nursing students’ perspectives about how a clinical leadership and ageism e-learning module enhanced their knowledge, confidence, and ability to use clinical leadership to address ageism, and whether the module was an enjoyable …


Research In Nursing Education: A Central Role In Advancing The Profession | La Recherche En Formation Infirmière : Un Rôle Crucial Dans Le Développement De La Profession, Susan M. Duncan, Jacinthe I. Pepin Jun 2024

Research In Nursing Education: A Central Role In Advancing The Profession | La Recherche En Formation Infirmière : Un Rôle Crucial Dans Le Développement De La Profession, Susan M. Duncan, Jacinthe I. Pepin

Quality Advancement in Nursing Education - Avancées en formation infirmière

No abstract provided.


Computational Analysis Of O6-Methylated Guanine And Thioguanine Complexes, Kirsten Stinson, Michael Bowman Jun 2024

Computational Analysis Of O6-Methylated Guanine And Thioguanine Complexes, Kirsten Stinson, Michael Bowman

Lux et Fides: A Journal for Undergraduate Christian Scholars

DNA methylation occurring on the O6 position of guanine has been linked to the formation of cancer. DNA complexes with O6-methylated guanine have been studied experimentally, yet questions remain concerning the carcinogenic properties of O6-methylguanine. This present research explored the interaction between O6-methylguanine and its potential nucleobase pairs of cytosine and adenine in hopes of elucidating the mutagenic characteristics of O6-methylguanine. A variety of computational methods including Density Functional Theory (DFT), Symmetry Adapted Perturbation Theory (SAPT), Noncovalent Interaction (NCI) analysis, and Natural Bond Orbital (NBO) analysis were employed to comprehensively probe …


Qualitative Inquiry: The Case For The Importance Of Considering Student Perspectives In Sotl Research, Aleah S. Brock Jun 2024

Qualitative Inquiry: The Case For The Importance Of Considering Student Perspectives In Sotl Research, Aleah S. Brock

Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders

Quantitative methods are often viewed as superior to qualitative methods for clinical research in communication sciences and disorders; however, quantitative methods are unable to answer questions of why or how. Qualitative methodology can be used to address research questions that seek to understand human perspectives. In Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research, qualitative research can be used to understand student experiences and perspectives. The merit of the application of qualitative methodology in SoTL research is explored here.


Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students’ Experiences With The Use Of Case-Based Learning To Develop Skills For Evidence-Based Practice, Aleah S. Brock Jun 2024

Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students’ Experiences With The Use Of Case-Based Learning To Develop Skills For Evidence-Based Practice, Aleah S. Brock

Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders

The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) states that practitioners should use the principles of evidence-based practice (EBP) for clinical decision making. However, speech-language pathologists (SLPs) often report a lack of understanding, time, and resources to implement EBP. Clinicians who were exposed to EBP training during their graduate program or clinical fellowship are more likely to use EBP in their clinical practice; therefore, graduate programs in SLP must provide explicit EBP training to upcoming clinicians. At present, no consensus exists on the best way to train students in the principles of EBP. The present study sought to investigate student experiences and …


Physical Therapy Graduate Perceptions Of The Didactic Use Of Goreact Video Assessment Software And Work Readiness, Jacqueline Moore Jun 2024

Physical Therapy Graduate Perceptions Of The Didactic Use Of Goreact Video Assessment Software And Work Readiness, Jacqueline Moore

Journal of Innovation in Health Sciences Education

Introduction: Physical therapy education programs adopting online teaching and learning must ensure students acquire the necessary skills for optimal professional work readiness, including appropriate assessment and feedback in the online environment. The purpose of this qualitative study was to explore the perceptions of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) graduates' professional work readiness after using GoReact video assessment software at an accredited DPT education program in the United States.

Methods: Semi structured interviews were conducted with 15 DPT graduates via virtual teleconferencing software. Interview data were analyzed using descriptive and emotion coding.

Results: Results indicated that most participants held an …


Medmicromaps, A Novel Decision-Tree Guide For Infectious Diseases Differential Diagnoses, And Evaluation Of Pre- And Post-Pandemic User Engagement By Preclinical Medical Students, Jason Ceballos, Tavsimran Luthra, Lucia Garces-Torres, Valerie Lentz, Jack Nelson, Claudia Carceles-Roman, Ian Holyoak, Jane Harrington Jun 2024

Medmicromaps, A Novel Decision-Tree Guide For Infectious Diseases Differential Diagnoses, And Evaluation Of Pre- And Post-Pandemic User Engagement By Preclinical Medical Students, Jason Ceballos, Tavsimran Luthra, Lucia Garces-Torres, Valerie Lentz, Jack Nelson, Claudia Carceles-Roman, Ian Holyoak, Jane Harrington

International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education : VISIONARIUM

Background: Medical education has undergone major changes in the past 5 years to adapt to the digital-centered student population with diverse learning preferences. To address the challenges of shifting delivery modalities, multimedia resources were created to provide interactive e-learning material on infectious diseases for year 2 medical students.

Methods: Medical students at a USA-accredited Caribbean medical school were provided with supplemental e-learning materials including animations, illustrations, diagnostic algorithms aka MedMicroMaps, and Case-Based tutorials. Participants were classified by semester and lecture delivery: In-person: Cohort 1 (n=526); Virtual: Cohort 2 (n=651); and Hybrid: Cohort 3 ( …


Effect Of Social Media On Shaping The Agenda Of The Communicator In The Jordanian Tv Channels, Amer Khaled Ahmad Dr, Hamza Mohammad Nahar, Maram Mohammad Naji Manajreh Dr May 2024

Effect Of Social Media On Shaping The Agenda Of The Communicator In The Jordanian Tv Channels, Amer Khaled Ahmad Dr, Hamza Mohammad Nahar, Maram Mohammad Naji Manajreh Dr

Middle East Journal of Communication Studies

The study aimed to assess the extent to which communicators at Jordanian television channels use social media platforms as an information source, and the impact of these platforms on their news and information selection priorities. This was achieved using a survey tool distributed on an equal quota sample of (150) communicators from Jordanian television channels (Jordan TV, AlMamlaka TV, Roya TV). The study found that all the study subjects used social media platforms as a source of information, with the "X platform (formerly Twitter)" being the most used platform. The statement "understanding the audience's interests and preferences to produce tailored …


A Qualitative Exploration Of Well-Being In Cancer Survivorship: Implications For Counselors, Hallie M. Sylvestro, Lindsey K. Umstead, Heather Delgado, Christopher Lawrence, Keith Mobley, Kelly L. Wester, Andrew Wood May 2024

A Qualitative Exploration Of Well-Being In Cancer Survivorship: Implications For Counselors, Hallie M. Sylvestro, Lindsey K. Umstead, Heather Delgado, Christopher Lawrence, Keith Mobley, Kelly L. Wester, Andrew Wood

Adultspan Journal

Adult cancer survivors represent an important–and growing–population that could benefit from counseling services. This study employed consensual qualitative research to examine the well-being experiences of eight cancer survivors. Findings suggest a broad range of changes to individual well-being following cancer diagnosis and treatment, and indicate counseling can provide an ideal setting for processing such changes. Recommendations for counseling practice and future research are provided.


A Sunday Drive, Grayson Huben May 2024

A Sunday Drive, Grayson Huben

Graduate Medical Education Research Journal

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Residency – A Box Of Crayons, Vicki Hamm May 2024

Residency – A Box Of Crayons, Vicki Hamm

Graduate Medical Education Research Journal

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Development Of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy In 46-Year-Old With Refractory Crohn's Disease, Margarita Pipinos, Andrea Klooz, Maria E. Tecos, Andrew Kamien May 2024

Development Of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy In 46-Year-Old With Refractory Crohn's Disease, Margarita Pipinos, Andrea Klooz, Maria E. Tecos, Andrew Kamien

Graduate Medical Education Research Journal

Rampant autoimmune disease has the potential to ravage the entirety of the body in a systemic fashion. Rarely, it has been reported for Takotsubo cardiomyopathy develop as a result of refractory inflammatory bowel disease. Balancing the comprehensive cares required to support both the cardiovascular system and treat the underlying autoimmune condition care present unique challenges. Here, we describe a patient who developed late-onset Takotsubo cardiomyopathy after prolonged systemic stress as a result of uncontrolled Crohn’s disease. While this patient unfortunately did succumb to the disease process, it is our hope that highlighting these rare cases may progress care for future …


Patients’ Attitudes Towards Medical Students’ Participation In Procedures And Clinical Examinations In Lebanon, Rim Taleb, Racha Ftouni, Malak Abdel Khalek, Lama Uweis, Ali Yassine, Hussein Shoumar May 2024

Patients’ Attitudes Towards Medical Students’ Participation In Procedures And Clinical Examinations In Lebanon, Rim Taleb, Racha Ftouni, Malak Abdel Khalek, Lama Uweis, Ali Yassine, Hussein Shoumar

BAU Journal - Health and Wellbeing

Medical practice revolves around patients’ safety and ensuring their well-being. Patients’ cooperation with medical students in their examination and management is an indispensable aspect of clinical education. They have the right to accept or refuse the participation of students in their care. However, students need to be integrated in this learning process. This presents a conflict between patients’ healthcare rights and medical students’ learning opportunities. Therefore, this study aims to explore patients’ attitudes towards the participation of medical students in procedures and examinations in Lebanon and identify the factors that affect their participation. A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted using …


Why Spiritual Leadership Matters In A New Physical Therapist Education Program, Ondrell S. Moore May 2024

Why Spiritual Leadership Matters In A New Physical Therapist Education Program, Ondrell S. Moore

Journal of Interprofessional Practice and Collaboration

Abstract

Physical therapists (PTs) function with a set of core values established to guide these rehabilitation specialists in providing person-centered care to diverse populations. Spiritual leadership aligns with the core values for the physical therapist. As community leaders and advocates, PTs are positioned to address health disparities that disproportionately affect rural communities and racial and ethnic minority groups. Physical therapist education programs that train student physical therapists to provide equitable care across cultures should reflect the diversity espoused by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). This article examines the impact of leadership in building a culture of belongingness and discusses …


Methods And Variability In Physician Associate Student Advocacy Education, Jason P. Prevelige, Lindsay Gietzen May 2024

Methods And Variability In Physician Associate Student Advocacy Education, Jason P. Prevelige, Lindsay Gietzen

Pacific Journal of Health

Objective: To assess the current practices of PA programs pertaining to how advocacy education is taught to their students and to determine differences among the programs.

Methods: PA program directors were interviewed about advocacy education including time allotted, when it is provided, learning objectives, source materials, teaching methods, determination of competency, and tracking of student advocacy participation after graduation.

Results: All noted that advocacy education is important, however meaningful, in-depth, instruction can be limited for a variety of reasons. Such reasons include limited educational time to ensure that a sizeable set of standards is met, limited access …


Emotion Regulation Strategies And Perceived Emotional Intelligence: The Effect Of Age., Iwanna Sepiadou May 2024

Emotion Regulation Strategies And Perceived Emotional Intelligence: The Effect Of Age., Iwanna Sepiadou

Adultspan Journal

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of cognitive reappraisal and expressive suppression. We also investigated the possible effects of age on the aforementioned variables. The total sample consisted of 379 people (158 men, 220 women, 1 unreported). Across participants, 273 were young (20-39 years old) and 106 were middle-aged (40-65 years old). We found statistically significant positive correlations between the dimensions of perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of cognitive reappraisal and negative primarily correlations between the dimensions of perceived emotional intelligence and the reported use of …


Prevalence Of The Attributes Of The Female Athlete Triad In Competitive Nigerian Female Athletes, J Akinyemi, N Williams, A Salamunes, M De Souza May 2024

Prevalence Of The Attributes Of The Female Athlete Triad In Competitive Nigerian Female Athletes, J Akinyemi, N Williams, A Salamunes, M De Souza

International Journal of Exercise Science: Conference Proceedings

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