On Friday July 19th, 2013, 4 groups of students in the Master's of Physical Therapy or Master's of Clinical Science programs at Western presented the culminations of their year-long PIRL-related research projects during the annual Poster Day at Western. Congratulations go to the following students (with titles of their projects):
Matthew Pulickal, Amber Rollack, Jennifer Veitch: Psychometric testing of a Health-related satisfaction tool: The Satisfaction, Interference and Recovery Index (SIRI)
Uday Emani, Katrina Sovio, Nathalie Desmarais: Evaluating the psychometric properties of the Trauma Anxiety and Distress Scale (TADS) for acute musculoskeletal trauma
Jessi Doucette, Leah Higginbottom, Melissa Seifreid, Kristen Wanless: Evaluating a new tool for testing cold reactivity in a healthy sample
Danielle Beaudet, Marla Greenbaum, Leah Hellyer, Amanda Tritton: Evaluating the reliability of a neck strength asssessment protocol using self-generated resistance with a handheld dynamometer
All of the groups did a great job on their presentations. Congratulations to all on a job well done!