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Department of Physical Therapy Annual Report 2010-2011

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Table of Contents Chair and Associate Chair’s Message ................................................... 3 Guiding Principles for the Department ................................................. 5 Department Personnel ....................................................................... 7 New Hires ....................................................................................... 16 Awards ........................................................................................... 17 Grant Funding ................................................................................ 20 Publications ................................................................................... 26 Service ......................................................................................... 48 Clinical Education ........................................................................... 53 New Developments ......................................................................... 58 Shine Clinic .................................................................................... 61 Events ........................................................................................... 62 Admissions and Convocation Statistics ............................................... 67

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Department of Physical Therapy Message From the Chair and Associate Chair We are delighted to present our 2010-11 annual report. This year was a particularly busy one. We received approximately 500 qualified applicants and accepted 94 new students into the MScPT program, more than ever before. In June, we proudly graduated 76 new Physical Therapists. Within the Department, there were a number of noteworthy accomplishments. This year, we witnessed the completion of our new lab and classroom facilities on the Augustana Campus in Camrose and the launch of the Augustana Satellite program. Then in September of 2010, the initial Augustana cohort of 10 students commenced their MScPT studies at Augustana. This year, students and faculty in Edmonton and Augustana also embraced the Distributed Learning model. The associated video conferencing technology has worked flawlessly ensuring that students at both sites receive the highest quality of education possible. Indeed, the success of the Augustana Satellite and Distributed Learning model has led the Government of Alberta to not only provide funding to extend the Augustana Satellite program for an additional three years but also to fund a similar Satellite program in Calgary. So, as a Department we spent much of 2010-11 planning for the launch of a second satellite program which will be housed in the U of C downtown Centre building and commence operations in 2012. With the launch of the Augustana satellite and work commencing on the Calgary Satellite, we needed to upgrade our Corbett Hall facilities on the U of A North Campus. So this year, we redeveloped CH 1-10 which serves as the main clinical teaching space for our students. The lab underwent structural and technological upgrades to provide students with the best learning environment possible. The new lab is now fully equipped to link with the satellite program and there is new equipment throughout the lab. With the expansions, we also had to hire additional support staff and upgrade the Department’s administrative offices. The Department of Physical Therapy was pleased to welcome Dr. Linda Woodhouse into the Dr. David Magee Endowed Research Chair in Musculoskeletal Research. The Magee Chair position is the first endowed Chair position in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and we wish to acknowledge the strong support from the Faculty in securing the funds necessary for the creation of such a position. In 2011, the World Congress of Physical Therapy met in Amsterdam and we were pleased to see over half of our faculty members attend and present. The Department also hosted a dinner for 34 conference delegates.

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Department of Physical Therapy Message From the Chair and Associate Chair cont’d Our faculty members continue to be at the forefront of research; this year they published 76 peer reviewed articles, one book, five book chapters and 96 abstracts/ conference presentations. As principle or co-investigators our faculty members acquired approximately $3.8 million dollars in new grants. The overall current funding for all of our research programs is now approaching $10 million. We are also very proud of our research graduate students who acquired over $300,000 in awards and scholarships this past year. Our Corbett Hall Student PT Clinic continues to grow and now includes an older adult health and wellness program and a mixed case load clinic. In 2010/11, we were able to offer these clinics more often and throughout most of the year. As the referral numbers grow, the clinic is aiming for year round fulltime service. As with previous years, we moved a number of our course activities and assignments to an online (distance) format making learning more flexible. We provided a series of five webinars for practitioners in conjunction with Physiotherapy Alberta. Webinars were viewed by therapists from across the country. We also post a recording of each webinar on our website so those unable to attend the event live can view the presentation at their leisure. This year, also saw the launch of PTHER 410, a distance format course on Diagnostic Imaging in Physical Therapy Practice. This course was developed in co-operation with the Alberta Physiotherapy College and Association and is designed for those practicing therapists who will be ordering diagnostic imaging. Our intent is to expand this offering to therapists from across the country. We hope that this annual report will give you a sense of the ongoing activities within the Department of Physical Therapy. R.G. (Bob) Haennel Ph.D. FACSM Professor & Chair

Bernadette Martin MA, BScPT MScPT Program Director

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Guiding Principles MISSION Through leadership and vision, the Department of Physical Therapy promotes excellence in physical therapy practice by:

◊ Providing the highest quality of physical therapy education at all levels ◊ Conducting scholarly research at the frontiers of rehabilitation science ◊ Engaging in collaborative community partnerships

VISION The University of Alberta Physical Therapy Department is the place where: ◊ The best students, educators, clinicians and researchers are drawn and inspired to learn and discover physical therapy

◊ Innovation is embraced ◊ Active sharing and engagement with the community enhances lifelong health and the value of physical therapy

OUR CORNERSTONES ◊ Talented People ◊ Learning, Discovery and Citizenship ◊ Connecting Communities ◊ Transformative Organization and Support

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Strategic Plan 2010 - 2015 Three key strategic intentions support the vision and mission of the Departrment of Physical Therapy as well as that of the Faculty of Rehabiltation Medicine and the University of Alberta. These strategic intentions will guide the work of the Physical Therapy Department over the years of 2010 - 2015 and establish the Department as an integral part of the University of Alberta as a transformative organization. These key strategic intentions include: ◊ To attract, retain and nurture outstanding researchers and teachers ◊ To enhance and promote the Physical Therapy Department as a leading educational hub for evidenced based Physical Therapy practice for students and clinicians ◊ To be a leader in serving our external community through novel outreach,

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Full-Time Faculty Professors Michele Crites Battie, PhD Professor & Canada Research Chair in Common Spinal Disorders Co-Director, Alberta Provincial CIHR Training Program in Bone and Joint Health

Johanna Darrah, PhD Professor

R.G. (Bob) Haennel PhD, FACSM Professor & Chair

Mark J Haykowsky, PhD Professor

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Full-Time Faculty Professors cont’d David J. Magee, PhD Professor, Associate Dean Professional Programs

Jaynie, F Yang, PhD Professor

AssociateProfessors Lauren Beaupre, PhD Associate Professor AHFMR Population Health Investigator

Doug Gross, PhD Associate Professor

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Full-Time Faculty AssociateProfessors cont’d Allyson Jones, PhD Associate Professor CIHR New Investigator AHFMR Population Health Investigator

Greg Kawchuk, PhD Associate Professor CRC Tier II

Trish Manns, PhD Associate Professor

Assistant Professors Geoff Bostick, PhD Assistant Professor

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Full-Time Faculty Assistant Professors cont’d Judy Chepeha, PhD Assistant Professor

Bernadette Martin, BScPT, MACT Assistant Professor & Associate Chair

Margie McNeely, PhD Assistant Professor

Assistant Professors and Clinical Scientist Eric Parent, PhD Assistant Professor and Clinical Scientist, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital

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Full-Time Faculty Assistant Professors and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education (ACCE) Mark Hall, MScPT Assistant Professor and Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education (ACCE)

Clinical Assistant Professors Barb Norton, BScPT Clinical Assistant Professor

Christopher Zarski, BScPT MScPT Augustana Sessional

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Staff Listing Professor Emeritus

S Kumar, PhD, DSc M Parker, MCSP, HT DipPT JE Semple, MEd, BPT, Grad Dip Phys, HT, DipPT

Clinical Professor Emeritus J Loomis, BPT, MEd

Adjunct Professor R Ferrari, PhD

Adjunct Associate Professor V Mushahwar, PhD

Adjunct Assistant Professors D Delorey PhD R Kell, PhD A Liggins PhD H Meyer, PhD L Wiart, PhD

Guest Lecturers K Benterud S Bergsten J Buckingham P Caveny L Daneyko J Dunstan P Edney L Flakstad J Flett S Forrester J Fuentes A Giesbrecht C Harbidge

M Haydo J Holman C Kaup S Kerslake S Kossey A Kwok B Lasair K Lerch J Loomis A Lowe L Macedo C MacLellan L Morin

K Musselman M Parfitt T Paul S Pletsch S Rashiq S Rivalin K Steil E Steinbring E Trofimuk M Vaillant R Wannechko-Koenig M Wood J Yurick L Zorilla

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Staff Listing Clinical Lecturers C Abraham L Adams N Amusat S Andres C Archer S Armstrong J Ashmead E Baldwin J Bashow D Baron A Barreda A Bealer J Begg J Belter K Benterud M Berthier A Bhambhani D Bolokoski A Botelho E Bowen H Box C Bradner J Bradwell D Brewster-Mellett J Brodeur J Brooker J Calon R Cash Mottram C Cavenagh A Chan A Chan V Chan L Chang M Ching M Clark L Coley N Cuff S Cuff

H Cunningham H Curilla G Cutforth V D’Souza J Dame J Dean N Deenen S DeForge B Delarue L Dey W Diepeveen S Dirk K Dooling V Doyle K Drysdale J Dunstan C Durham V Durham K Eldred H Enns T Falk J Fehr E Ferguson S Finnbogason S Fisher S FitzGerald L Flakstad K Flanagan N Fletcher J Flett Y Forman L Fowler T Fulton S Fung-Gee S Funk A Gallagher L Gartner D Gilroy

A Glass H Grant T Gray E Groft D Hajek K Hanrahan L Hattingh T Hawken K Head K Histon H Hoeven L Hoffart R Holmes J Huang M Huget J Hunter M Hunter D Hurta M llowiecki T Jensen J Kelly K Kennedy L Kim F Kirkby C Klass J Koch N Koch J Kowalchuk M Labrentz L Lahey B Larson B Lasair M Laurensse H Lawrence D MacDonald M MacPherson K Maitland K Mang

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Staff Listing Clinical Lecturers cont’d C Mann M Marcynuk H Marta J Mathews-White J Mazuryk R McLenahan E Meikle J Miller F Nucci S Olsen S Ostrem K Oura D Panasiuk A Peter T Peters L Petersen

J Polk B Poon J Poon D Probst K Raiser-Morse E Reimer K Reinhardt L Robert C Robertsen D Ross K Ross R Sanderson B Schachterle G Shaw S Sherman B Shukalak

J Simonds S Sloan T Staknek L Steenbergen R Steer E Stefanska K Steil J Sultanian S Sundararajan E Swanepoel D Wake R Wannechko-Koenig J Weber D Webster S Yuen J Yurick

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Staff Listing Administrative Staff Tamie Heisler-Schafer Academic Assistant/Special Projects Coordinator Cheryl Low Department Secretary Deb Martens Clinical Education Assistant Deborah Palmer Academic Professional Officer

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New Hires

Dr. Linda Woodhouse, Associate Professor David Magee Endowed Chair in Musculoskeletal Clinical Research.

Dr. Kim Dao, Sessional

Jessica Munton, Receptionist

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Faculty Awards Dr. Greg Kawchuk Alberta TEC Venture Prize 2011 ($90,000)

Dr. Margie McNeely Alberta Rehabilitation Coordinating Council: Innovation in Rehabilitation Medicine Practitioner Award

Dr. Jaynie Yang Rehabilitation Medicine Students’ Association Excellence in Teaching Award in Physical Therapy 2010-11

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Student Awards and Scholarships Recipient

Award/Scholarship Name

Value

Bosnjak, Sanja

Faculty of Medicine/Rehabilitation Medicine Interfaculty Graduate Studentship

$20,000

Bonnet, Flavio

Support to International Scientific Collaboration

$9,500

Buijs, Dave

Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship

Fuentes, Jorge

College of Physical Therapists of Alberta Centenary PhD Scholarship

$5,000

Hall, Mark

Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada

$5,000

Macedo, Luciana

CIHR Fellowship Award

Macedo Luciana

Alberta Innovates Health Solutions

$7,000

Macedo Luciana

Health Research Full-time Fellowship

$3,000

Miciak, Maxi

Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship

Mollins, Juliana

Alberta Association on Gerontology Master’s Research Award

Mollins, Juliana

Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions OA Team Grant Trainee

$20,000

Musselman, Kristin

CIHR Fellowship

$50,000

Musselman, Kristin

AHFMR Scholarship Top-up Stipend

Musselman, Kristin

Killiam Fellowship

Stomp, Flo

AHFMR - OA Team Training Studentship

$20,000

Wang Yue

Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Scholarship

$20,000

Wang Yue

Canada-China Health Research Scholarship

$8,000

$13,000

$40,000

$15,000 $1,000

$2,500 (Honary)

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Student Awards and Scholarships Student awards and scholarships cont’d Recipient

Award/Scholarship Name

Value

Wang, Yue

CIHR Institute of Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis Institute Community Support Program

$1,000

Wang, Yue

Profiling Alberta Graduate Students, FGSR, University of Alberta

$1,300

Watkins, Elise

President’s Doctoral Prize of Distinction UofA

$15,000

Watkins, Elise

CIHR Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship Doctoral Award $70,000

$70,000

Watkins, Elise

Women and Children Health Research Instititute Graduate Scholarship

$7,000

Wong, Arnold

University of Alberta Scholarship

$50,000

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Research Funding 2010-2011

The total new funding applicable to 2010/2011 is shown in the figure above. Note: Training grants and personnel awards are included.

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New Research Funding 2010-2011 Author:

Dr. Michele Crites BattiĂŠ

Title of Grant:

Pathological Features of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Underlying Symptoms Funding Agency: Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine Internal Grant Competition Total Amount of Award: $9,150 Dates of Funding: 2010 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Johanna Darrah Evaluation of the Need for Therapeutic Community Based Fitness Programs for Children & Adolescents With Motor Disabilities Funding Agency: Alberta Centre for Child, Family & Community Research Total Amount of Award: $40,000 Dates of Funding: 2010 - 2011 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Johanna Darrah Canadian Infants’ Motor Abilities: A Validation of the Alberta Infant Motor Scale Normative Data Funding Agency: CIHR Total Amount of Award: $383,917 Dates of Funding: 2010 - 2013 Author: Title of Grant: Funding Agency: Total Amount of Award: Dates of Funding:

Dr. Jaynie Yang Retraining Walking After Spinal Cord Injury Rick Hansen Foundation, Access to Clinical Trials Fund $38,521 2010 - 2013

Author: Title of Grant: Funding Agency: Total Amount of Award: Dates of Funding:

Dr. Jaynie Yang Motor Learning in Children NSERC $155,000 2011 - 2016

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New Research Funding 2010-2011 Author:

Dr. Jaynie Yang

Title of Grant:

Enhancing Motor Recovery in Children With Cerebellar Tumours Funding Agency: Brain Tumour Foundation Total Amount of Award: $24,966 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Lauren Beaupre Global Hip Fracture Recovery Network Meeting, Planning and Dissemenation Grant Funding Agency: CIHR - Institute of Aging Total Amount of Award: $15,000 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Lauren Beaupre Reconstruction of the Ulnar Coroniod Process

Funding Agency: Civic Employees Research Competition Total Amount of Award: $10,000 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Lauren Beaupre Development and Administration of An Instrument to Assess Physiotherapists’ Attitudes Towards Clinical Education in Canada: A Mixed Methods Study Funding Agency: Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada Total Amount of Award: $5,000 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Lauren Beaupre Non-Operative vs. Expedited Surgical Management of Partial Thickness or Small Full-thickness Rotator Cuff in the WCB Population Funding Agency: WCB Manitoba Total Amount of Award: $126,500 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2013

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New Research Funding 2010-2011 Author:

Dr. Lauren Beaupre

Title of Grant:

A Multicentre, Randomized Trial of Conservative Treatment Versus Operative Plate Fixation for Acute, Displaced Fractures of the Distal Clavicle Funding Agency: St. Michael’s Hospital in Conjunction with the Canadian Orthopaedic Trauma Society Total Amount of Award: $600/patient enrolled Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2014 Author:

Dr. Doug Gross

Title of Grant:

Development of a Triage Decision-Making Model for the Rehabilitation of Injured Workers Funding Agency: Workers’ Compensation Board of Alberta Research Grant Total Amount of Award: $30,000 Dates of Funding: 2011 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Doug Gross Evaluation Clinician Awareness of and Adherence to a Low Back Pain Practice Guidelines in Alberta: A Pilot Study Funding Agency: Institute of Health Economics Total Amount of Award: $5,210 Dates of Funding: 2011 Author: Title of Grant: Funding Agency: Total Amount of Award: Dates of Funding:

Dr. Allyson Jones Parkinson Disease: A Community Health Survey Alberta Centre on Aging Research Development $4,000 2010

Author: Title of Grant: Funding Agency: Total Amount of Award: Dates of Funding:

Dr. Greg Kawchuk Tissue-level Behaviours Underlying Bulk Spinal Mechanics NSERC $135,000 2011 - 2016

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New Research Funding 2010-2011 Author:

Dr. Greg Kawchuk

Title of Grant: Funding Agency: Total Amount of Award: Dates of Funding:

Vibration Analysis of the Spine Using A-Mode Ultrasound NSERC $59,946 2011 - 2012

Author:

Bernadette Martin

Title of Grant:

Teaching and Learning Fund (TLEF) Evaluation of the Augustana MScPT Project: A Distributed Learning Model for Physical Therapy Education Funding Agency: University of Alberta Total Amount of Award: $84,958 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2014 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Eric Parent Can Pain Location Changes Predict Clinical Outcomes of Treatments for Non-Specific Low Back Pain? Funding Agency: Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada (Ortho Canada Program) Total Amount of Award: $5,000 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Eric Parent Reliability of Schroth Curve Type Classification and Exercise Prescription in Adolescents with Idiopathic Scoliosis Funding Agency: Glenrose Hospital Foundation Total Amount of Award: $8,000 Dates of Funding: 2010 - 2011 Author: Title of Grant:

Dr. Eric Parent A Pilot Study for a Randomized Control Trial to Develop a Prediction Rule to Identify Patients with Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis and Schroth Curve Type 3c Who will Respond to Schroth Exercises Funding Agency: Scoliosis Research Society Total Amount of Award: $10,000US Dates of Funding: 2010 - 2011

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New Research Funding 2010-2011 Author:

Mark Hall

Title of Grant:

Development and Administration of An Instrument to Assess Physiotherapists’ Attitudes Towards Clinical Education in Canada: A Mixed Methods Study Funding Agency: Canadian Council of Physiotherapy University Programs Total Amount of Award: $3,248 Dates of Funding: 2011 - 2012

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Publications

The Department reported 178 publications for 2010-2011. The following is the breakdown of the publications: Books (1), Book Chapters (5), Published Journal Articles (76) and Abstracts and Conference presentations (96). Book Magee DJ, Sueki D. Orthopedic Physical Assessment Atlas & Video. St Louis: Elsevier. 2011, Video Narration by Chepeha J. Book Chapters Abou-Setta AM, Beaupre LA, Jones CA, Rashiq S, Hamm MP, Sadowski C, Menon M, Majumdar SR, Wilson D, Karkhaneh M, Wong K, Mousavi SS, Tjosvold L, Dryden DM. Comparative Effectiveness of Pain Management Interventions for Hip Fracture. Comparative Effectiveness Review No. 11-EHC022-EF. AHRQ Publication No. 10 (11)-EHC014-3. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. December 2010. Beaupre LA, Jones CA. Composite Outcomes in Orthopaedics: Understanding the Concepts. In Bhandari M, Joensson A, Schemitsch EH, Robioneck B (Eds), Clinical Research for Surgeons: Advanced Concepts in Clinical Research (In press). Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Book Chapters cont’d Gross DP, and BattiÊ MC. Disability - Functional Capacity Examinations. In Encyclopedia of Pain, Second Edition, Section Editor DC Turk. Springer-Verlad Berlin Heidelberg (In press). Kawchuk G. Spinal Manipulation and Mobilization. In: Evidence-based Management of Low Back Pain. Pg 229-247. Elsevier. ISBN: 978-0-323-07293-9. Magill-Evans J, Darrah J. Disabilities, Physical. InL. Bradford Brown B, Prinsten J Mitchell (Eds). Encyclopedia of Adolescence, Vol.1. San Diego: Academic Press; pp 125-133, 2011. Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Allen JK, Koziak A, Buddingh S, Liang J, Buckingham J, Beaupre LA. Rehabilitation for Patients With Dementia Following Hip Fracture. Physiotherapy Canada (in press). Abou-Setta AM, Beaupre LA, Rashiq S, Dryden DM, Hamm MP, Sadowski C, Menon M, Majumdar SR, Wilson D, Karkhaneh M, Wong K, Mousavi SS, Tjosvold L, Jones CA. Comparative Effectiveness of Pain Management Interventions for Hip Fracture: A Systematic Review. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2011, PMID: 21576514. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 2011. Armijo-Olivo S, Fuentes JP, Da Costa BR, Major PW, Warren S, Thie NM, Magee DJ. Reduced Endurance of the Cervical Flexor Muscles in Patients With Concurrent Temporomandibular Disorders & Neck Disability. Manual Therapy (In press). Armijo-Olivo S, Fuentes J, Warren S, Magee D. Clinical Relevance Vs. Statistical Significance: Using Neck Outcomes in Patients With Temporomandibular Disorders As An Example. Manual Therapy (In press). Armijo-Olivo S, Rappoport K, Fuentes J, Gadotti I, Major P, Warren S, Thie N, Magee DJ. Head and Cervical Posture in Patients With Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD). Journal of Orofacial Pain. 2011, 25(3):1-11. Armijo-Olivo S, Silvestre R, Fuentes J, Da Costa BR, Warren S, Major P, Thie N, Magee D. Patients With Temporomandibular Disorders Have Increased Fatigability of the Cervical Extensor Muscles. Clinical Journal of Pain (In press).

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Armijo-Olivo S, Silvestre R, Fuentes J, Da Costa BR, Gadotti IC, Warren S, Major P, Thie N, Magee D. Electromyographic Activity of the Cervical Flexor Muscles in Patients With Temporomandibular Disorders While Executing the Craniocervical Flexion Test (CCFT): A Cross Sectional Study. Physical Therapy. 2011 (In press). Beaupre LA, Majumdar SR, Dieleman S, Au A, Morrish DW. Diagnosis and Treatment of Osteoporosis Before and After Admission to Long-term Care Institutions. Osteoporos Int. 2011. Beaupre LA, Morrish DW, Hanley DA, Maksymowych WP, Bell NR, Juby AG, Majumdar SR. Oral Bisphosphonates Are Associated with Reduced Mortality After Hip Fracture. Osteoporos Int. 2011, 22:983-991. Cameron D, Russell DJ, Rivard L, Darrah J, Palisano R. Knowledge Brokering in Children’s Rehabilitation Organizations: Perspectives from Administrators. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. 2011, 31(1):28-33. Campbell KL, McNeely ML. Persistent Mobility Disability After Neurotoxic Chemotherapy. Physical Therapy. 2010, 90(11):1657-9. Chepeha JC. Physical Therapy Management for Partial-thickness Rotator Cuff Tears. Physical Therapy Alberta Newsletter. 2011, Spring 7-9. (non-peer reviewed) Chow RM, Begum F, Beaupre LA, Carey JP, Adeeb S, Bouliane MJ. Proximal Humeral Fracture Fixation: Locking Plate Construct +/- Intramedullary Fibular Allograft. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (In press). Courneya KS, Stevinson C, McNeely ML, Sellar C, Friedenreich CM, Peddle-McIntyre CJ, Chua N, Reiman T. Predictors of Follow-up Exercise Behavior Six Months After A Randomized Trial of Supervised Exercise Training in Lymphoma Patients. Psycho-Oncology. 2011, Accepted for Publication. Courneya KS, Tamburrini AL, Woolcott CG, McNeely ML, Karvinen KH, Campbell KL, McTiernan A, Friedenreich CM. The Alberta Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Prevention Trial: Quality of Life Outcomes. Prevention Medicine. 2011, 52(1):26-32.

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Courneya KS, Karvinen KH, McNeely ML, Campbell KL, Brar S, Woolcott CG, McTiernan A, Ballard-Barbash R, Friedenreich CM. Predictors of Adherence to Supervised and Unsupervised Exercise in the Alberta Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Prevention Trial. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 2011, Accepted for Publication. Darrah J. Changing Theories, Changing Practices, Changing Challenges. Kinderfysiotherapies (special final edition). 2010, December, 36-40 (invited article for the final edition of the Netherlands pediatric journal). Darrah J, Wiart L, Magill-Evans J, Ray L, Andersen J. Are Family-centred Principles, Functional Goal Setting and Transition Planning Evident in therapy Services for Children With Cerebral Palsy? Child: Health, Care and Development. 2010, Nov 18. DOI 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2010.01160.x. Darrah J, Law M, Pollock N, Wilson B, Russell DJ, Walter SD, Rosenbaum P, Galuppi B. Context Therapy – A New Intervention Approach for Children With Cerebral Palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 2011, DOI.org/10.1111/j.1469-8749.2011.03979.x. Davis AM, Cott C, Landry MD, Jones A, Li L, Lineker S, Mackay C, Muzzatti A, Venkataramanan V, Wong R. Care for People With Arthritis: Health Human Resources. Arthritis Community Research and Evaluation Unit. 2010, Report Number: MOCA2010-07/003. Davis AM, Cott C, Landry MD, Li L, Jones A, Lineker S, Mackay C, Muzzatti A, Venkataramanan V, Wong R. Care for people With Arthritis: Policy: Decisions, Impacts, and Gaps. Arthritis Community Research and Evaluation Unit. 2010, Report Number: MOCA2010-07/005. Decker C, Prasad N, Kawchuk GN. The Reproducibility of Signals From Skin Mounted Accelerometers Following Removal and Replacement. Gait Posture. 2011, June 21. (Epub ahead of print) Eldred K, Darrah J. Using Cluster Analysis to Interpret the Variability of Gross Motor Scores of Children With Typical Development. Physical Therapy. 2010, 90(10):1510-1518.

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Friedenreich CM, Neilson HK, Woolcott CG, McTiernan A, Wang Q, BallardBarbash R, Jones CA, Stanczyk FZ, Brant RF, Yasui Y, Irwin ML, Campbell KL, McNeely ML, Karvinen KH, Courneya KS. Changes in Insulin Resistance Indicators, IGFs and Adipokines in A Year-long trial of Aerobic Exercise in Postmenopausal Women. Endocrine Related Cancer. 2011, 18(3):357-369. Fritz JM, Koppenhaver SL, Kawchuk GN, Teyhen DD, Hebert JJ, Childs JD. Mechanisms Underlying the Clinical Effects of Manipulation: The Role of Spinal Stiffness and Exploration of A Multi-variate Model Including Stiffness, Multifidus Recruitment and Clinical Findings. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2011, Mar 15. (Epub ahead of print) Fuentes J, Armijo-Olivo S, Magee D, Gross D. A Preliminary Investigation Into the Effects of Active Interferential Current Therapy & Placebo on Pressure Pain Sensitivity: A Random Crossover Placebo Controlled Study. Physiotherapy (In press). Fuentes J, Armijo-Olivo S, Magee D, Gross D. Effects of Exercise Therapy on Endogenous Pain Relieving Peptides: A Systematic Review. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 2011, 27:365-74. Fuentes JP, Armijo SL, Magee D, Gross DP. Effectiveness of Interferential Current Therapy in the Management of Musculoskeletal Pain: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Physical Therapy. 2010, 90:1219-38. Gross DP. Using Functional Capacity Evaluation for Preventing Work Disability: A Research Update. Alberta PT. 2010, Fall:14-15 (Unindexed). (non-peer reviewed) Gross DP, Knupp H, Esmail S. An Exploratory Study of Sexual Disability in Injured Workers. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabiliation (In press). Hancock MJ, Battie MC, Videman T, Gibbons L. The Role of Back Injury or Trauma in Lumbar Disc Degeneration: An Exposure-discordant Twin Study. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2010, Oct 1;35(21):1925-9. Haykowsky M, Scott Esch B, Schopflocher D, Myers J, Paterson I, Warburton D, Jones L, Clark A. A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Exercise Training on Left Ventricular Remodeling Following Myocardial Infarction: Start Early and Go Longer for Greatest Exercise Benefits on Remodeling. Trials. 2011, Apr 4;12(1):92. Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Hrische RC, Williams B, Jones CA, Manns P. Chronic Disease Self-Management for Individuals With Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2011, 33:1136-1146 DOI: 10.3109/09638288.2010.523103. Janssen M, Nabih A, Kawchuk GN, Moussa WA, Carey JP. Evaluation of Diagnosis Techniques Used for Spinal Injury Related Back Pain. Pain Research and Treatment. 2011, Article ID 478798. Johnston M, MacDonald K, Manns P, Senaratne M, Rodgers W, Haennel RG. Impact of Cardiac Rehabilitation on the Ability of Elderly Cardiac Patients to Perform Common Household Tasks. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention. 2011, 31:100-104. Jones L, Liang Y, Battalini C, Pituskin E, Haykowsky M. Effect of Exercise Training on Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Patients with Cancer: A Meta-Analysis. Oncologist. 2011, 16(1) :112-120. Kawchuk GN, Prasad N, Parent E, Chapman S, Custudio M, Manzon M, Wiebe A, Dhillon S. Spinal Landmark Depth in Relation to Body Mass Index. Manual Therapy. 2011, Aug;16(4):384-7. Kawchuk GN, Glass J, Knight C, Third S, Timmermans D, Prasad N. The Effect of External Bracing on Trunk Muscle Activity During Multi-Axial Movements. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics. 7(4):243-252. Kembhavi G, Darrah J, Payne K, Plesuk D. Adults With A Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy: A Mapping Review. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 2011, DOI.org/10.1111/j.1469-84749.2011.03914.x. Kemp KAR, Sheps DM, Luciak-Corea C, Styles-Tripp F, Buckingham J, Beaupre LA. A Systematic Review of Rotator Cuff Tears in Patients Insured by Workers’ Compensation. Occupational Medicine (in press). Kennedy MD, Burrows L, Parent EC. Intra and Inter-rater reliability of a Single Leg Squat Test in Varsity Athletes. Athletic Therapy Today. 2010, 15(6):32-36. Koppenhaver SL, Fritz JM, Hebert JJ, Kawchuk GN, Childs JD, Parent EC, Gill NW, Teyhen DS. Association Between Changes in Abdominal and Lumbar Multifidus Muscle Thickness and Clinical Improvement After Spinal Manipulation. Journal of Orthopaedic Sports Physical Therapy. 2011, Jun;41(6):389-99.

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Law M, Darrah J, Pollock N, Wilson B, Russell DJ, Walter SD, Rosenbaum P, Galuppi B. Focus on Function: An RCT Comparing Child-versus Context-focused Intervention for Young Children With Cerebral Palsy. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 2011, DOI.org/10.1111/j.1469-8749.2011.03979.x. Linquist N, Loudon P, Magis T, Rispin J, Kirby RL, Manns PJ. Wheelchair Skills Reliability of the Wheelchair Skills Test (WST) Version 4.1 for Manual Wheelchair Users. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2010, 91(11):1752-7. Magill-Evans J, Darrah J, Galambos NL. The Parenting Journey of Mothers of Young Adults With Multiple Impairments. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. 2010, 23(3):183-193, DOI:10.1007/s10882-010-9214.0 Manns PJ. Cardiovascular Exercise for People With Stroke: Evidence and Implications for Practice. PT Alberta News. 2011. Manns PJ, Tomczak C, Jelani A, Haennel RG. Oxygen Uptake Kinetics: Associations With Ambulatory Activity and Physical Functional Performance in Stroke Survivors. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. 2010, 42(3):259-264. Marsden K, Haykowsky MJ, Smirl JD, Jones H, Nelson M, Altamirano-Diaz L, Gelinas J, Tzeng Y, Smith K, Willie C, Ainslie P. Aging Blunts Hyperventilation Induced Hypocapnia and Reduction in Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity During Maximal Exercise. AGE. (Published online 11 May 2011). Matsuura C, Gomes PS, Haykowsky M, Bhambhani Y. Cerebral and Muscle Oxygenation Changes During Static and Dynamic Knee Extensions to Voluntary Fatigue in Healthy Men and Women: A Near Infrared Spectroscopy Study. Clinical Physiology Functional Imaging. 2010, 31,114-123. McNeely ML, Parliament MB, Seikaly H, Jha N, Magee DJ, Haykowsky MJ, Courneya KS. Predictors of Adherence to An Exercise Program For Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction in Head and Neck Cancer Survivors. Support Care Cancer. 2011. Muir SW, Alahaideb A, Huckell JR, Johnson MA, Johnston DWC, Beaupre LA. Reliability of the Engh Rating System for Evaluating Uncemented Total Hip Arthroplasty. Canadian Journal of Surgery. 2011,54(3):185-8.

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Muir S, Luciak-Corea C, Beaupre L. Reliability and Measures of Agreement for the Assessment of Shoulder Range of Motion. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 2010, 5(3):98-110. Musselman KE, Brunton K, Lam T, Yang JF. The Spinal Cord Injury Functional Ambulation Profile: A New Measure of Walking Ability. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2011, 25(3): 285-29. Musselman KE, Patrick SK, Vasudevan EVL, Bastian AJ, Yang JF. Unique Characteristics of Motor Adaptation During Walking in Young Children. Journal of Neurophysiology. 2011. (Epub ahead of print) Näkki A, Videman T, Kujala UM, Suhonen M, Männikkö M, Peltonen L, Battié MC, Kaprio J, Saarela J. Candidate Gene Association Study of Magnetic Resonance Imaging-based Hip Osteoarthritis (OA): Evidence for COL9A2 Gene as a Common Predisposing Factor for Hip OA and Lumbar Disc Degeneration. Journal of Rheumatology. 2011, Apr;38(4):747-52. Nelson MD, Haykowsky MJ, Stickland MK, Altamirano-Diaz L, Willie C, Smith K, Petersen SR, Ainslie PN. Reductions in Cerebral Blood Flow During Passive Heat Stress in Humans: Partitioning the Mechanisms. Journal Physiology. (Published online June 20, 2011) Nelson M, Altamirano-Diaz L, Petersen, DeLorey D, Stickland M, Thompson R, Haykowsky M. Left Ventricular Systolic and Diastolic Function During Tilt Table Positioning and Passive Heat Stress in Humans. American Journal Physiology: Heart Circulatory Physiology. (Published online May 2, 2011). Nelson MD, HaykowskyMJ, Petersen SR, DeLorey DS, Stickland MK, ChengBaron J, Thompson RB. Aerobic Fitness Does Not Influence the Biventricular Response to Whole-body Passive Heat Stress. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2010, 109:1545-1551. Niemeläinen R, Briand MM, Battié MC. Substantial Asymmetry in Paraspinal Muscule Cross-Sectional Area in Healthy Adults Questions It’s Value as a Marker of LBP and Pathology. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2011. Niemeläinen R, Battié MC, Videman T. Risk Indicators for Severe Upper or Mid Back Pain in Men. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2011, Mar 1:36(5):E326-33.

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Scott SD, Albrecht L, O’Leary K, Ball GDC, Dryden DM, Hartling L, Hofmeyer A, Jones CA, Kovacs Burns K, Newton AS, Thompson D, Klassen TP. A Protocol for A Systematic Review of Knowledge Translation Strategies in the Allied Health Professions. Implementation Science. 2011, 6;58:1-23 doi:10.1186/1748-5908-6-58. Stanton TR, Fritz JM, Hancock MJ, Latimer J, Maher CG, Wand BM, Parent EC. Evaluation of A Treatment-based Classification Algorithm for Low Back Pain: A Cross-sectional Study. Physical Therapy. 2011, 91(4):496-509. DOI 10.2522/ ptj.20100272. Szeto GPY, Cheng AS, Lee EWC, Gross DP. Implementing the Work Disability Prevention Paradigm Among Therapists in Hong Kong: Facilitators and Barriers. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 2011, 21:76-83. Tomczak CR, Thompson RB, Paterson I, Schulte F, Cheng-Baron J, Haennel RG, Haykowsky MJ. Effect of acute high intensity interval exercise on post-exercise biventricular function in mild heart failure. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2011, 110(2):398-406. Tomczak C, Thompson R, Paterson I, Schulte F, Cheng-Baron J, Haennel R, Haykowsky M. Enhanced Biventricular Function Following Acute High-intensity Exercise in Heart Failure. Journal of Applied Physiology. 2011, Feb;110(2):398-406. Tomkins-Lane CC, Battié MC. Validity and Reproducibility of Self-report Measures of Walking Capacity in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2010, Nov 1;35(23):2097-102. Vasudevan EL, Torres-Oviedo G, Morton SM, Yang, JF, Bastian AJ. Younger is Not Always Better: Development of Locomotor Adaptation From Childhood to Adulthood. Journal of Neuroscience. 2011,31(8):3055-3065. Wang Y, Videman T, Niemeläinen R, Battié MC. Quantitiatve Measures of Modic Changes in Lumbar Spine Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Intra and Inter-rater Reliability. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2011, Jul 1:36(15):1236-43. Wang Y, Battié MC, Boyd Sk, Videman T. The Osseous Endplates in Lumbar Vertebrae: Thickness, Bone Mineral Density and Their Associations With Age and Disk Degeneration. Bone. 2011, Apr 1:48(4):804-9. Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Peer Reviewed Journal Articles cont’d Willie CK, Colino FL, Baily DM, Binsted G, Jones LW, Haykowsky MJ, Bellapart J, Ogoh S, Smith KJ, Smirl JD, Day TA, Lucas SJ, Eller LK, Ainslie PN. Utility of Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound for the Integrative Assessment of Cerebrovascular Function. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 2011, 196:22137. Wong YL, Warren S, Kawchuk GN. A New Statistical Trend in Clinical Research - Bayesian Statistics. Physical Therapy Reviews. 15(5):372-382. Yang JF, Norton J, Nevett-Duchcherer J, Roy FD, Gross D, Gorassini MA. Volitional Muscle Strength in the Legs Predicts Functional Walking Success With Body-weight Supported Treadmill Training in the Chronic Spinal Cord Injured. Physical Therapy. 2011, 91:931-43. Young AE, Wasiak R, Phiooips L, Gross DP. Workers’ Perspectives on Low Back Pain Recurrence: “It Comes and Goes and Comes and Goes, But It’s Always There”. Pain. 2011;152:204-211.

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Publications Abstracts and Conference Presentations Albrecht L, Scott S, Ball G, Dryden D, Hartling L, Jones A, Newton A, Klassen T, Hofmeyer A, Kovacs K, Thompson D. A Systematic Review on Research Implementation in Allied Health Professions. Presented at: Cochrane Canada 9th Annual Symposium, Vancouver BC 2011. Al-Mansoori K, Kemp K, Silveira A, Firth K, Cave D, Beaupre LA, Dulai SK. Randomized Controlled Trial of Topical Lidocaine Analgesic Use for Percutaneous Wire Removal in the Pediatric Outpatient. Presented at: Alberta Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Research Day, 2011. Altamirano L, Nelson M, Haykowsky M, West L, Khoo N. Effects of Postural Stress on Left Atrial Function in Healthy Subjects Using Speckle Tracking Imaging. Journal of American College of Cardiology. 57(14):868, suppl 1. Presented at 2011 American College of Cardiology, 60th Annual Scientific Session. Asham H, Johnston DWC, Masson E, Beaupre LA. Closed Suction Wound Drainage After Total Knee Arthroplasty. Presented at: Alberta Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Research Day, 2011. Battié MC. Etiology of Disc Degeneration: Genetic Aspects. Presented at: World Forum for Spine Research, Montreal 2010. Battié MC. Epidemiology and Genetics of Intervertebral Disc Degeneration. Presented at: 15th SGNS Annual Meeting, Tokyo Japan 2011 (cancelled due to earthquake). Battié MC. Is the Injury Model Dead? Presented at: 11th International Forum on Low-Back Pain Research in Low Back Pain, Melbourne Australia 2011. Battié MC, Ortega-Alonso A, Neimelainen R, Gill K, Levalahti E, Kaprio J, Videman T. Genetic Influences on Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: A Multivariate Twin Study. Presented at: International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Annual Meeting, Gothenburg Sweden 2011. Beaupre LA, Buckingham J. Using An Online Course With Mixed Methods and Clinical Facilitators for Teaching Evidence-based Practice. Evidence 2010 Transforming Healthcare. Presented at: Centre for Evidence Based Medicine Annual Meeting, London UK, 2010.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Bostick GP, Schopflocher D, Gross DP, Magee DJ. Validity Evidence of the Back Beliefs Questionnaire for the General Population. Presented at: 13th World Congress on Pain, Montreal Quebec 2010. Bostick GP, Maritz CA, Martin B, Campolo M. Outcomes Associated With American and Canadian Student-Directed Physical Therapy Clinics: Student and Patient Perspectives. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Branton EN, Arnold KM, Appelt SR, Hodges MM, Battié MC, Gross DP. A Short-form Functional Capacity Evaluation Predicts Time to Recovery But Not Sustained Return-to-work. Presented at: 1st International Conference on Work Disability Prevention and Integration, Angers France 2010. Brown CA, Bostick GP, Lim J, Gross DP. Perceived Injustice in Injured Workers: Analysis of Public Responses to An Injured Worker Who Took Workers’ Compensation Board Employees Hostage. Presented at: British Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Edinbur gh Scotland 2011. Bruneau N, Buckingham Exercises in Congress on

Chen K, Vagay J, Vander-Heyden N, Wharton J, Parent E, J. A Systematic Review of the Effect of Flexion Range of Motion Patients With Non-specific Low Back Pain. Presented at: World Low Back Pain and Pelvic Pain, Los Angeles CA 2010.

Bosniak S, Watkins EM, Parent E. Schroth Method for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS): Exercise Prescription Algorithms. Presented at: Glenrose Spotlight on Research Breakfast, Edmonton Alberta 2010. Bosnjak S, Watkins EM, Parent EC, Hedden DM. An Algorithm for Determining Scoliosis Curve Type According to Schroth. Presented at: SOSORT 8th International Conference on Conservative Management of Spinal Deformities, Barcelona 2011. Bosniak S, Parent EC, Hedden DM. Determining clinical significance independently from statistical significance? Implications for practice Methodolgy Review. Presented at: SOSORT 8th International Conference on Conservative Management of Spinal Deformities, Barcelona 2011.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Burnham R, Parent EC, Stanford G. Which Selection Criteria for Facet Joint Radio Frequency Neurotomy Predict Outcome? Presented at: 59th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Victoria BC 2011. Butler C, Darrah J. Effective Mobility - Why, When, How and Who? Presented at: American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine, Washington DC ,2010. Chepeha JC. Standard Error of Measurement and Minimal Clinical Difference Assocated With Shoulder Rotation and Horizontal Adduction. Presented at: Canadian Physiotherapy National Congress, 2011. Chow R, Begum F, Beaupre LA, Carey J, Adeeb S, Bouliane M. Proximal Humerus Fracture Fixation: Locking Plate Construct +/- Intramedullary Fibular Allograft. Presented at: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, 2011. Clark A, Scott J, Schopflocher D, Myers J, Paterson I, Warburton D, Jones L, Haykowsky M. A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Exercise Training on Left Ventricular Remodeling Following Myocardial Infarction: Start Early and Go Longer for Greatest Exercise Benefits on Mortality. 2011. Presented at: European Society of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. Cocker M, Haykowsky MJ, Friedrich MG. Development of Myocardial Edema Following Acute Bouts of Intense Physical Exertion in Healthy Active Men: A Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) Study. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2011,13 (Suppl 1) 0111. Presented at: 2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint Scientific Sessions, Nice France. Cocker M, Haykowsky M, Friedrich M. Increased Extent of Myocardial Edema In Endurance Athletes Following Acute High-Intensity Interval Training: A Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) Study. Circulation. 23 November 2010; 122: A21236. Cote AT, Haykowsky MJ, Bredin SD, Phillips AA, Esch BT, Warburton DER. Baroreceptor Sensitivity in Active Organ Transplant Patients. Presented at: 2011 American College of Sports Medicine Annual Scientific Conference.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Darrah J, Law M. Focus on Function: A Clinical Trial of Two Intervention Approaches for Children With Cerebral palsy. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Emrani M, Hill D, Parent E, Watkins E. Discriminative Ability of Eight New Surface Features Describing Rib Cage Deformity in Scoliosis. Student Health Technology Inform. 2010, 158:292. Feeny D, Jones CA, Santana M. Interpreting Utility (Preference-Based) Measures of Health-Related Quality of Life. Presented at: 17th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Quality of Life Research, London UK 2010. Fritz J, Koppenhaver S, Hebert J, Kawchuk G, Teyhen D, Childs J. Association Between Spinal Stiffness and Outcomes in Subjects With Low Back Pain Receiving Manipulation. Submitted to the Combined Sections Meeting, American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans. Fuentes J, Armijo Olivo S, Gross DP, Magee DJ. Effects of Exercise Therapy on Endogenous Pain Relieving Peptides in Musculoskeletal Pain: A Systematic Review. Presented at: Pain, Mind and Movement III, Official Satellite of the 13th World Congress on Pain, Montreal Quebec 2010. Fuentes J, Armijo Olivo S, Gross DP, Magee DJ. A Preliminary Investigation Into the Effects of Active Interferential Current Therapy and Placebo on Pressure Pain Sensitivity: A Random Crossover Placebo Controlled Study. Presented at: 13th World Congress on Pain, Montreal Quebec 2010. Gross DP. The Role of Mass Media Campaigns Plenary Talk. Presented at: International Forum XI on Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, Melbourne Australia 2011. Gross DP. Social Marketing Research Presentation. Presented at: Melbourne University, Accident Research Centre, Melbourne Australia 2011. Gross DP. FCE: A Research Update. Presented at: University of Queensland, School of Rehabiliation Science, Research Update, Brisbane Australia 2011. Gross DP, Haws C. Return-to-Work Following Stroke. Presented at: Alberta Health Services, Edmonton Area and North Zone ‘Stroke Day ’ Workshop, Edmonton Alberta 2010. Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Gross DP, Haws C. Return-to-Work Following Stroke. Presented at: Alberta Health Services, Edmonton Area and North Zone ‘Stroke Day ’ Workshop, Edmonton Alberta 2010. Gross DP, Russell AS, Ferrari R, Battié MC, Schopflocher D, Hu R, Waddell G, Buchbinder R. Evaluation of A Canadian Back Pain Social Marketing Campaign. Presented at: PREMUS: 7th International Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Angus France 2010. Henderson C, Manns PJ. Group Delivery of A Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy Program. Presented at: Advances in Neurorehabilitation (FICCDAT), Toronto ON 2011. Holm S, Rodgers W, Haennel RG, Stickland M. Physiological Responses to Treadmill and Cycle Ergometer Testing in COPD. Presented at: American Thoracic Society International Conference, Denver 2011. Hussey J, Walsh J, Feeney C, McNeely M, Kilbreath S. Exercise and Cancer the Evidence to Date and Future Directions (Symposium): Exercise and Its Role in Cancer Survivorship. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Hlushak CR, Ashworth NL, Muir I, Gross DP. Cardiovascular Fitness and Return-to-work in Cumulative Trauma Disorders. Presented at: Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference, Victoria BC 2011. Jones LW, Dolinski V, Haykowsky MJ, Patterson I, Douglas PD, Allen J, Scott J, Rogan K, Khouri M, West M, Hornsby W, Young M, Peppercorn J, Marcom K, Blackwell K, Kimmick Dyck JD. Effects of Aerobic Training to Improve Cardiovascular Function and Prevent Cardiac Remodeling After Cytotoxic Therapy in Early Breast Cancer. Presented at: American Association of Cancer Research 102nd Annual Meeting. Kato D, Stickland M, Rodgers W, Haennel RG. Predicting the Ability to Perform Activities of Daily Living in People With Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease COPD. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Kawchuk GN, Peter L, Lezack T, Klymkiv A, Chamberlain R, Prasad N. The Effect of a Standardized Massage Application on Spinal Stiffness in Asymptomatic Subjects. Presented at: World Congress Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Kazemian P, Baron J, Chow K, Haykowsky M, Thompson R, Paterson I. Triplanar Estimation of Atrial Volume. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2011,13 (Suppl 1) P327. Presented at: 2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint Scientific Sessions, Nice France. Kennedy MD, Henhoeffer G, Matthews J, Parent EC. Differences in Pre-season Fitness Between Varsity Athletes With and Without Competitive Season Lower-extremity Injuries. Presented at: American College of Sports Medicine, 2011. Koppenhaver S, Fritz J, Hebert J, Kawchuk G, Parent E, Childs J, Gill S, Teyhen D. Association Between Changes in Abdominal and Lumbar Multifidus Muscle Thickness and Clinical Improvement After Spinal Manipulation. Submitted to the Combined Sections Meeting, American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans. Lou E, Hill D, Hedden D, Moreau M, Mahood J, Raso J, Parent E. Prediction of Brace Treatment Outcomes. Presented at: CSS 2011, Quebec. Manns PJ, Darrah J, Scott S, Profetto-McGrath J. Developing Scenarios to Evaluate Evidence Based Practice Skills of Physical Therapists: A Step by Step Process. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Manns PJ, Darrah J, Scott S, Profetto-McGrath J. Developing Scenarios to Evaluate Clinical Decision Making of Physical Therapists: A Step by Step Process. Presented at: Teaching and Learning Conference, University of Alberta 2011. Manolescu A, Beaupre LA, McMillan J, Weber D, Cinats J, Russell KJ, Greidanus T, Johnston DWC. A Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Alumina Head/ Alumina Liner Versus Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene/Alumina Liners in Patients Less Than 60 Years of Age: Five Year Functional Outcomes and Reoperation Rates. Presented at: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting, 2011. Marsden K, Haykowsky M, Smirl J, Jones H, Nelson, Haykowsky K, Ainslie P. Influence of Aging on Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity During Progressive Cycling to Volitional Exhaustion. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 2010, Vol. 35, S64.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Martin B, Polvere D, Zarski C, Haennel RG. Using Live Real-time Video Conferencing Technology to Offer An Entry Level Physical Therapy Program to Students At A Rural Satellite Campus. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. McCargar L, Hill D, Southon S, Parent E, Hedden D, Mahood J, Moreau M, Downs S. Web-survey of Physical Activity and Nutrition: Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Patients. Presented at: CSS 2011, Quebec. McNeely ML. Clinical Tests and Measures for the Appropriate Identification of Impairments and Functional Limitations in Breast Cancer. Presented at: American Cancer Society. Round Table Meeting on A Prospective Model of Care for Breast Cancer Rehabilitation, Atlanta Georgia 2011. McNeely ML. Integrating Exercise Programming in the Clinical Practice Setting. Presented at: Cancer Care. Manitoba 2011. McNeely ML. Lymphedema in Breast Following: Breast Cancer Treatment. Presented at: Cancer Care. Manitoba 2011. McNeely ML, Peddle CJ, Campbell KC, Courneya KS. Exercise Rehabilitation in Cancer: Evidence, Evaluation and Experiences from Research in Understudied Cancer Populations (Symposium). Presented at: Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress. St. John New Foundland 2010. McNeely ML, Franklin D. Achieving functional gains in older cancer patients (Symposium). Presented at: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Seattle Washington 2010. McNeely ML. Predictors of Lymphedema in Women Undergoing Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer. Presented at: National Lymphedema Network Conference. Orlando Florida 2010. Meropoulis A, Stevens H, Crowell C, A Jones. Determinants of Revisions for Total Joint Arthroplasty: Systematic Review. Presented at: Alberta Physical Therapy Conference. Miciak M, Gross DP, Joyce A. Applying the Psychotherapeutic ‘Common Factors’ Model to Treatment of Back Pain. Presented at: International Forum XI on Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, Melbourne Austrailia 2011.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Musselman KE, Brunton K, Yang JF. Introducing the Spinal Cord Injury Functional Ambulation Profile (SCI-FAP): Sensitivity to Change. Presented at: Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, St. John’s New Foundland 2010. Parent EC, Damaraju S, Hill DL, Lou E, Smetaniuk D. Identifying the Best Surface Topography Parameters for Detecting Idiopathic Scoliosis Curve Progression. Student Health Technology Information. 2010, 158:78-82. DOI:10.3233/978-160750-573-0-78. Nabih A, Kawchuk GN, Carey JP, Moussa WA. Finite Element Analysis of the Lumbar Spine Underposterior-anterior Static and Dynamic Loads. Presented at: CANCAM, Vancouver BC 2011. Nelson MD, Haykowsky MJ, Stickland MK, Smith KJ, Willie CK, AltimiranoDiaz LA, Petersen SR, Rieger MG, Ainslie PN. Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity During Passive Heart Stress in Man: Influence of Stroke Volume. The FASEB Journal. 2011;25:1053.1. Nelson MD, Altimirano-Diaz LA, Petersen SR, Just TP, DeLorey D, Sticklan MK, Thompson RB, Haykowsky MJ. Left Ventricular Systolic and Diastolic Function During Orthostatic Heat Stress. The FASEB Journal. 2011;25:1053.2. Nelson MD, Haykowsky M, Petersen S, DeLorey D, Stickland M, Cheng-Baron J, Thompson R. Biventricular Function During Passive Heat Stress: Influence of Aerobic Fitness. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 2010.,Vol. 35, S76. Niemelainen R, Briand MM, Battié MC. Substantial Asymmetry in Paraspinal Muscle Cross-Sectional Area in Healthy Adults Questions Its Value As A Marker of LBP and Pathology. Presented at: World Forum for Spine Research, Montreal 2010 and at The North American Spine Society 25th Annual Meeting, Orlando USA 2010. Parent E, Fritz J, Hayes B. Development of a Preliminary Prediction Rule to Identify Patients With Low Back Pain Responding to Extension Exercises. Presented at: World Congress on Low Back Pain and Pelvic Pain, Los Angeles CA 2010 and presented at: Canadian Military & Veteran Health Research Forum, Queens University, Kingston Ontario 2010.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Parent EC, Damaraju S, Hill DL, Lou E, Smetaniuk D. Identifying the Best Surface Topography Parameters for Detecting Idiopathic Scoliosis Curve Progression. Student Health Technology Inform. 2010;158:78-82. Patrick SK, Musselman KE, Yang JF. To Learn or Not to Learn: Independent Development of Spatial and Temporal Motor Adaptation in Children. Presented at: Alberta Motor Control Association Meeting, Kananaskis, Alberta 2010. Patrick SK, Musselman KE, Tajino J, Bastian AJ, Yang JF. Error Size and Prior Exposure Influence Adaptation to Split-belt Walking in Children But Not Adults. Presented at: Society for Neuroscience 2010. Pun SC, Figura M, Chow K, Haykowsky M, Thompson R, Paterson I. A Simple Method for Characterizing Left Ventricular Remodeling by Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2011,13 (Suppl 1) P277. Presented at: 2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint Scientific Sessions, Nice France. Reklow R, Parent E, Larsson K, Long A, Dhillon S. Correlating Changes in Discs and Foramen Dimensions Due to Flexion Exercises With Changes in Back Pain. Presented at: Glenrose Spotlight on Research Breakfast, Edmonton Alberta 2010. Sadowski CA, Jones CA, Pasay D. Facilitating Interprofessional Student Teaching of Ambulatory Assistive Devices for Undergraduate Pharmacy Students. Presented at: Canadian Pharmacy Education and Research Conference, Winnipeg Manitoba 2011. Sanders D, Carson J, Terrin M, MacCauley W, Hildebrandt K, Lewis C, Beaupre LA, Magaziner J. Functional and Cardiac Outcomes Comparing Symptomatic Versus 10 g/dL Transfusion Threshold: A Randomized Trial in Over 2000 Patients With Hip Fracture. Presented at: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting 2011. Scott S, Albrecht L, O’Leary K, Ball GDC, Dryden DM, Hartling L, Hofmeyer A, Jones CA, Kovacs Burns K, Newton AS, Thompson DS, Klassen TP. A Systematic Review on Research Implementation in Allied Health Professions. Presented at: Academy Health Annual Scientific Meeting, Seattle Washington, 2011.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Souster M, Balyk R, Styles-Tripp F, Luciak-Corea C, Beaupre LA, Sheps D. Early vs. Standard Mobilization following A Mini-Open Rotator Cuff Repair – A Randomized Clinical Trial. Presented at: Alberta Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Research Day, 2011. Smirl J, Ainslie P, Marsden K, Jones H, Nelson M, Dolinsky V, Haykowsky K, Haykowsky M. Alterations in Arterial-cardiac Baroreflex and Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation Following Heart Transplantation. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 2010. Vol. 35, S95. Stanton TR, Fritz J, Hancock MJ, Latimer J, Maher CG, Wand BM, Parent E. Evaluation of a Treatment-Based Classification Algorithm for Low Back Pain. Presented at: 2011 World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Also presented at: 2011 Melbourne International Forum XI on Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, Australia. Tham EB, Chow K, Spavor M, Pagano J, Haykowsky M, Thompson R. Degree of Diffuse Fibrosis Measured by MRI Correlates With LV Remodeling in Childhood Cancer Survivors After Anthrcycline Chemotherapy. Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 2011,13 (Suppl 1) P276. Presented at: 2011 SCMR/Euro CMR Joint Scientific Sessions, Nice France. Tomkins-Lane CC, Battié MC, Kaumeyer N. Factors Associated With Balance Impairment in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. Presented at: International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Annual Meeting, Gothenburg Sweden 2011. Ting P, Haennel RG, Choy J, Dafoe WA. Response to Exercise in Asymptomatic Patients With Moderate to Severe Aortic Stenosis. Presented at: Europrevent, Geneva Switzerland May 2011. European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation. 2011, Vol. 6: Suppl p S327. Ting P, Haennel RG, Choy J, Dafoe WA. Asymptomatic Aortic Stenosis, Pooled Analysis of Physiological Responses to Aerobic Exercise in Patients With Asymptomatic Aortic Stenosis. Presented at: Canadian Cardiovascular Congress Annual Scientific Meeting, Montreal QC 2010. The Canadian Journal of Cardiology. 2010, 26: Suppl B 76B. Waite A, Kinnear H, Campione S, O’Leary C, O’Connor G, Jones A, Haennel RG. Impact of A Therapeutic Exercise Program on the Daily Physical Activity of Young People Recovering From Total Hip Arthroplasty. Presented at: World Congress of Physical Therapy, Amsterdam 2011. Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Waite A, Campoine S, Kinnear H, O’Leary C, Jones A, Haennel B. Activity Level in Total Hip Arthroplasties Study. Presented at: Alberta Physical Therapy Conference. Watkins EM, Parent E, Bosnjak S, Hill D, Hedden D, Moreau M, Southon S, Moreau A. A Randomized Control Trial to Develop A Prediction Rule to Identify Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Who Will Respond to Schroth Exercises. Presented at: Women & Children’s Health Research Institute Research Days, Edmonton Alberta 2010. Wang Y, Battié MC, Boyd SK, Videman T. Thickness and Bone Mineral Density of Vertebral Osseous Endplates Are Not Associated With Disc Degeneration Measured With Discography. Presented at: World Forum for Spine Research, Montreal 2010. Wang Y, Boyd S, Videman T, Yasui Y, Battié, MC. Is Great Lumbar Bone Mineral Density Associated With More Disc Degeneration? A Cadaver Study Using Micro-CT and Discography. Presented at: The North American Spine Society 25th Annual Meeting, Orlando USA 2010. Wang Y, Boyd S, Battié MC, Yasui Y, Videman T. Higher Bone Mineral Density of the Vertebral Body (Not the Whole Vertebra) Is Associated With More Lumbar Disc Degeneration. Presented at: International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Annual Meeting, Gothenburg Sweden 2011. Wang Y, Videman T, Battié MC. Vertebral Endplate Lesions and Size Are Associated With Lumbar Spinal Stenosis. Presented at: International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Annual Meeting, Gothenburg Sweden 2011. Wang Y, Videman T, Niemeläinen R, Battié MC. Quantifying Measures of Modic Changes. Presented at: Hopewell Professorship Alberta Imaging Symposium, University of Calgary 2011. Yang JF. Understanding Human Walking: Insights From Studying Young Children and Adults With Spinal Cord Injury. Presented at: Northwestern University, Chicago Illinois 2011. Yang JF, Musselman KE, Patrick SK, Tajino J. Small People + Small Errors = Big Learning. Presented at: Alberta Motor Control Association Meeting, Kananaskis Alberta 2010.

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Publications Abstracts cont’d Young AE, Wasiak R, Phillips L, Gross DP. Low Back Pain Recurrence: Do the Measures We Use Capture the Worker’s Experiences? Presented at: International Forum XI on Primary Care Research on Low Back Pain, Melbourne Austrailia 2011. Young AE, Wasiak R, Phillips L, Gross DP. Workers’ Perspectives on Low Back Pain Recurrence: It Comes and Goes and Comes and Goes, But It’s Always There. Presented at: PREMUS: 7th International Conference on Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders, Angers France 2010.

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Service Organization

Committee

Alberta Health Services

Spine Continuum Working Group

Alberta Health Services

Lymphedema Working Group

Alberta Health Services: Cancer Care

Provincial Breast Health Steering Committee

Alberta Health and Wellness

Provincial Back and Spine Project

Alberta Innovates Health Solution

Ambassador Guideline Development Group for Migraine Headache

American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology

Scientific Review Committee

American Cancer Society

Prospective Model of Care for Breast Cancer Rehabilitation: Working Group

Bone and Joint Decade Canada - Hip Fracture Toolkit Development

Steering Committee

Canadian Child Health Clinician Scientist Program

Executive Committee

Canadian Research Chair

College of Reviewers

Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators

Internationally Educated Physiotherapists Credentialing Process Review VI

Canadian Association for Cardiac Rehabilitation

Scientific Committee

Canadian Council of Physiotherapy University Programs

CCPUP Chair

Canadian Council of Physiotherapy University Programs

National Clinical Education Working Group

CIHR Social & Developmental Aspects of Children’s and Youth’s Health

Peer Review Committee

Canadian Lymphedema Framework

Research Sub-Committee

Canadian Physiotherapy Association

National Sports Physiotherapy Division - Examination Committee

Canadian Spinal Deformity Study Group

Surface Topography Interest Group

Canadian Spinal Deformity Study Group

Outcomes Database Committee

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Service Organization

Committee

Capital Health

Cardiac Rehabilitation Research Committee

Collaboration of CCPUP, Canadian Physiotherapy Association Canadian Alliance and ACCPAP

National Physiotherapy Advisory Group

Creating Bone and Joint Health from the Bedside to the Bench and Back Again - Designer Therapies to Reduce the Burden of Osteoarthritis (OA) from Mechanisms to Prevention (AHFMR Team Grant)

Executive Committee/Training Committee

Global Hip Fracture Recovery Research Network

Founding Committee

Heart & Stroke Foundation of AB, NWT & Nunavut

Fund Development Committee

International Hip Fracture Collaborative

Executive Committee

International Forum for Primary Care Research in Low Back Pain

International Advisory Committee

International Society for the Study of Pain

Physical Therapy Curriculum Review Committee (Assessment of Pain)

Journal of Neurologic Physiotherapy

Editorial Board Member

Millard Health

Research Committee

Physiotherapy Alberta College & Association

Conduct Committee

Physiotherapy Alberta College & Association

Continuuing Competence Committee

Physiotherapy Alberta College & Association

Discipline Committee

Provincial Hip Fracture Pathway

Working Group

Quebec International Symposium on Cardiopulmonary Prevention & Rehabilitation

Scientific Committee

SCI-SN Alberta

Alberta SCI-SN Grant Review Committee

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Service Faculty Member

Workshop/Seminars/Course

Bostick, G

CSEP Certification Preparation Course, Faculty of Physical Education, UofA

Chepeha, J

Update on Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Course, Westlock, AB

Crites Battie, M

Chaired A Scientific Session At the World Forum for Spine Research Montreal, QC

Crites Battie, M

11th International Forum on Low-Back Pain Research in Low Back Pain in Melbourne, Australia, “Is It Time To Move Beyond MCID?”

Crites Battie, M

Chaired and Moderated A Scientific Session At the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine Annual Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden

Crites Battie, M

Introduction for the 2010 Meredith Lecture for the WCB Alberta

Gross, D

Workshop on Functional Capacity Evaluation for the Australian Occupational Therapy Association

Darrah, J

Teaching Workshops in Australia. Invited by Australian Physiotherapy Association

Darrah, J

Teaching Visit, Guanzhou Children’s Hospital In Mainland China. (Enhance Capacity of Care for Children With Cerebral Palsy)

Darrah, J

Clinical Teaching, Guanzhou Children’s Hospital In Mainland China.(Clinical Teaching of Physical Therapists and Physicians)

Gross, D

Workshop on Low Back Pain Mass Media Campaigns At the Melbourne Forum XI on Primary Care Research in Low Back Pain

Gross, D

Research Seminar for Employers and Clinicians, “Helping Your Employees Back to Work” University of Alberta Calgary Centre

Gross, D

Research Ethics Seminar for the Edmonton Scoliosis Research Group

Hall, M

Presented At Two Half Day Workshops on Supervision of Rehab Medicine Students. These Workshops Were Presented by CSCE to Rehab Clinicians in Calgary and Medicine Hat

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Service Faculty Member

Workshop/Seminars/Course

Hall, M

Continuing Education Webinar for the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta – Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy for the 21st Century: A Best Practice Update

Haykowsky, M

Ventricular Remodeling and Anti-cancer Therapy, MAZ Connects: Meet the Researchers, Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute

Haykowsky, M

Mentoring Heart & Stroke Researchers, Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, MAZ/Libin Workshop. Identifying Your Tormentor Wisely

Jones, A Beaupre, L

Karin Greaves Memorial Education Seminar Rehabilitation for Total Joint Arthroplasty: A Joint Effort: Stepping Through the Continuum of Care Workshop, Edmonton Musculoskeletal Centre for Physical Therapist Practitioners

Jones, A Beaupre, L

Putting Evidence into Practice Workshop. Group Leader for the Allied Health Group Discussions

Kawchuk, G

Alternative Techniques for Assessing Motor Control in the Spine

Magee, D

Shoulder Instability, 2nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Orthoedic Society of Knee, Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine, Okinawa, Japan

Magee, D

Principles of Joint Instability, Sapporo Medical University, Sapporo Japan

Magee, D

Mobilization & Stabilization in Specialization Course At Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte

Magee, D

Sports Injuries in Specialization Course At Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Magee, D

Clinical Skills & Practice, Where Does the Research Fit? North American Institute of Manual Therapy Conference, Dallas, TX

Magee, D

Clinical Examination of Mechanical Dysfunction, What Is Important & Reliable? Workers Compensation Board, Compensation Medical Rounds, Edmonton, AB

Magee, D

Important Concepts in Musculoskeletal Assessment, The Rambling Thoughts of An Old Guy, Amsterdam School of Health Professions, Amsterdam, NL

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Service Faculty Member

Workshop/Seminars/Course

Manns, T

APSS Workshop

Manns, T

Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation Webinar

Manns, T

FES and Stroke (Interactive Presentation on FES: A Forum for Sharing Information, Knowledge and Expertise Related to FES Applications

Manns, T

Developing Evidence Based Clinicians, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Parent, E

Can Physiotherapists Predict Which Patients With Low Back Pain Can Benefit from Spinal Manipulation? Physiotherapy Alberta, Webinar

Parent, E

Chaired (Scientific Session 2: Biomechanics, Movement and Posture) International Research Society for the Study of Spinal Deformity, Montreal, QC

Yang, J

Summer Journal Club on Motor Learning, Weekly Seminars

Zarski, C

Physiotherapy Alberta – Staying on Your Feet: A Guide to Improving Balance for Seniors. A Province Wide Webinar to Members of Physiotherapy Alberta

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Clinical Education The Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education (ACCE) has organized a total of 504 clinical placements during the year, this includes 481

University of Alberta student placements, 18 placements for students from other Canadian physiotherapy programs and 5 placements for international students. One U of A student completed a placement in Kenya.

The ACCE continues to work with partners in the public and private healthcare sectors to ensure enough appropriate placements are secured for students. The department is working with partner organizations to establish student-led clinics that will increase clinical placement capacity and enhance productivity of the clinical sites. With the Augustana satellite program running, better use has been made of placement facilities closer to Camrose for both shadow day experiences and full clinical placements. The ACCE continues to meet regularly with clinical site coordinators to disseminate information about the program, to discuss clinical education and to solicit feedback from sites. In addition, a number of visits to sites have been undertaken while students are on clinical placement to meet clinical supervisors and get oriented to facilities. A program update and feedback webinar was held in October 2010 to further connect with clinicians across the province. The webinar aimed to provide information about changes in the academic and clinical program and to seek feedback from clinicians about student and new graduate clinical performance. This has been well received and will be repeated in 2011. Physical Therapy students continue to volunteer in the SHINE clinic, an interprofessional student-run clinic for at risk youth in downtown Edmonton. Feedback from students has been positive; students are supervised by PTs from the community who volunteer their time one Saturday afternoon every three or four months. Two half day interprofessional clinical supervision workshops were held in both Calgary and Medicine Hat. The workshops focussed on educating potential supervisors about the basics of student supervision as well as dealing with challenging students. Workshops were well attended in both cities with a good mix of therapists from all three rehabilitation disciplines.

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Clinical Placement Sites The Department of Physical Therapy acknowledges the following clinical placement sites for their contribution to the student learning experience. Access Physiotherapy Action Sports Clinic Advantage Health - Aspen, Castleridge, Corporate Sport, Creekside, Eaton Centre, Royal Oak, Belmead, Market Mall, Sherwood Park Airdrie Physiotherapy Alberta Children’s Hospital Alberta Hospital Edmonton Alberta Physical Therapy Clinics Alta-Sask Resolution Rehab & Sports Athabasca Healthcare Centre Banff Physical Therapy & Sports Injuries Clinic Barrhead Health Care Centre Beaumont Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Bellingham Physical Therapy, Wa., USA Beverly - Glenmore Site Blackgold Physical Therapy, Ft. McMurray Bonnyville Health Centre Calgary Youth Physiotherapy Callingwood Physical Therapy Camrose St. Mary’s Hospital Canadian Health & Sport Rehab, Cold Lake, AB Canmore General Hospital Capital Care, Dickensfield, Grandview, Lynnwood, Norwood Capital Sport Medicine Centre Carewest Rehab, D. Vernon Fanning, Glenmore Park, Sarcee and more CBI Health Group Ltd., Burnaby, Lethbridge, Northeast, Red Deer and more Centennial Centre for Mental Health & Brain Injury (BIRP) Central - Nor Med Therapies Chinook Regional Hospital Chronic Pain Centre Clearwater Physiotherapy Community Accessible Rehabilitation (CAR) - all locations, Calgary Community Health East Central - Camrose Public Health Unit, Camrose MSK Clinic Community Health Centres, Calgary Region - Living Well with a Chronic Condition, St. Paul, Red Deer (Bremner), Cold Lake, Red Deer (49th), Hinton, Westlock, Barrhead, Supportive Living” Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Clinical Placement Sites Community Neurorehab Services Community Services, Chinook Region - Coaldale, Lethbridge Coronation Physiotherapy Cross Cancer Institute Crowfoot PT, Calgary CSA Physiotherapy, South Edmonton and Grandin Plaza, St. Albert Daysland Community Health Centre Devon Physiotherapy Disability Service Programme, Kenya Drumheller Health Centre Dynamic Sports Physio Therapy Inc. Edgeworth Centre Edmonton General Cont Care Centre - Centre for Lung Health Edmonton General Hospital Edmonton Musculoskeletal Centre Edmonton Public School Division #7, Hazeldean School (Early Education Program) Elves Special Needs Society Extendicare Mitchener Hill, Red Deer Foothills Medical Centre Forest Hill Centre Fort Saskatchewan Health Centre Fort Saskatchewan Physiotherapy Clinic Function First Pediatrics Glen Sather UofA Sports Medicine Centre Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital Good Samaritan Place Grande Prairie Public School District #2357 - Crystal Park School Grey Nuns Community Hospital & Health Centre Health Authority Agency, Kenya Health Sciences Centre of Eastern Health HealthPoint Medical Centrer, Edmonton High River General Hospital Hinton Healthcare Centre Home Care, Calgary Region - Adults West and Seniors Central Home Care Program, Capital Region - Northeast, North, Strathcona, Southwest, Southeast, Ft. Saskatchewan Innisfail Health Centre Jasper Physiotherapy & Massage Inc. Joe Physiotherapy Kelowna General Hospital Kenya - Disability Service Programme Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Clinical Placement Sites Kinsmen Sports Centre Leonard A Miller Centre Life Care Planning, Northwest Territories LifeMark Health Centre, Grande Prairie, Talisman , SE, Calgary NW, Stony Plain LifeMark Health Institute LifeMark Physiotherapy, Academy Pl., Crowchild Twin Arena, Kingsway, Lk. Beaumaris, Max Bell Arena, Village Swaure, Southland, Bridewood, Dynamic, Genesis and more Lions Gate Hospital Mayerthorpe Health Care Centre Medicine Hat Regional Hospital Millwoods Physical Therapy Millwood Sports Plus PT Clinic Misericordia Community Health Centre Nepal Matri Grigha, Kathmandu, Nepal North Shore Sports Medicine Clinic, North Vancouver North Town Physiotherapy North West Health Centre Northern Lights Regional Health Centre Nose Creek Sport Physical Therapy Olds Hospital and Care Centre Orion Health Calgary Bridgeland Panther Sport Medicine & Rehab Centres Parkland Rehabilitation Ltd. Peace River Community Health Centre Performance Physiotherapy & Acupuncture Peter Lougheed Centre Ponoka Hospital and Care Centre Provost Health Centre, East Central Region Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre Regina General Hospital Red Deer Nursing Home & Valley Park Manor Renfrew Educational Services Rocky Mountain Rehab & Sports Medicine Clinic Rockyview General Hospital Royal Alexandra Hospital Royal Columbia Hospital, B.C. Royal University Hospital, Sask. Rural Centres Sainte-Anne Physiotherapy and Sport Injury Clinic, Manitoba Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Clinical Placement Sites Sherwood Park Sports Physiotherapy Smoky Lake Health Care Centre Society for Manitobans with Disabilities South Calgary Health Centre South Edmonton Physical Therapy & Sport Rehab Inc. South Lake Regional Health Centre St. Albert Physical Therapy & Sport Injuries St. Joseph’s General Hospital St. Michael’s Long Term Care Centre St. Therese St. Paul Healthcare Centre Stanton Territorial Hospital Stony Plain - LifeMark Physiotherapy Strathcona Physiotherapy Sturgeon Community Hospital Surrey Memorial Hospital, B.C. Talisman Centre - LifeMark Health Centre Tawa Physical Therapy Three Hills Health Centre Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Rumsey Site Two Hills Community Health Centre University Of Alberta Hospital Varsity Sports Teams, University of Alberta West - Nor Med Therapies Westlock Healthcare Centre Wetaskiwin Hospital and Care Centre Woodstock Rehabilitation Clinic, Ontario Worker’s Compensation Board, Millard Health Youville Home of St. Albert

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Augustana Satellite In the fall of 2010, the Department of Physical Therapy introduced a new satellite Masters of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) program at the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus in Camrose, Alberta. Over 40 students selected the Augustana Campus as their first choice and from that 10 students were admitted. Feedback to date from students, faculty, staff and the Augustana community has been positive. Students performed at par with their classmates in Edmonton, new student electives were developed within the Camrose community and partnerships with local rehabilitation practitioners were created. Throughout the first year students attended over 300 lectures, seminars and lab sessions via video conferencing. There were less than 10 minor technology issues in those classes and the students were able to embrace learning from a distance. Teaching using the video conferencing technology also occurred from Camrose to Edmonton as each instructor travelled to Camrose to teach at least once and two courses were almost entirely taught from Camrose. Blended seminar groups were also trialled where students from both campuses were connected for seminars. This occurred at least once per week during the second term with great success.

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Augustana Satellite Both written and practical exams were completed via distance. This worked very well as students were able to communicate with their instrutors in real time during written and practical exams via video conferencing without issues. Most practical exams in the future will be able to be completed this way. A University of Alberta Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF) grant for evaluation of the Augustana pilot was received for 2011 to 2014. The multifaceted evaluation will consider the impact of the satellite program on the students’ performance and engagement, instructor experience, technology and the local Camrose community. To date two related abstracts have been presented – 1 poster presentation at the University of Alberta’s Festival of Teaching in January 2011 and 1 platform poster presentation at the World Congress of Physical Therapy in Amsterdam in June 2011. The Department of Physical Therapy received provincial government funding for three additional Augustana cohorts and hence will admit 10 students in 2011, 2012 and 2013. The funding also allows for increased local staff members at Augustana - 2 Faculty members and 1 PT Assistant.

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Corbett Hall Student Physical Therapy Clinic The Corbett Hall Student Physical Therapy Clinic is operated within the Department of Physical Therapy. Students in the MScPT program provide treatment and rehabilitation under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist. Mixed Caseload Clinic This non-profit clinic offers care to people with neurological or musculoskeletal/ orthopedic injuries or conditions. As student learning is emphasized, assessment and treatment sessions typically take longer than what patients would experience in a community physical therapy clinic/ambulatory setting. Physician referrals are not required. The clinic is provided to students as a one credit elective course and runs one evening per week. Feedback from students has been very positive. Students feel that the clinic offers: (1) a safe a supported clinical learning environment (2) ‘real world’ acclimatization and (3) increased confidence in working with patients.

The Older Adult Health and Wellness Student Clinic The clinic is specifically designed to improve older adults’ general health and wellness, from improving balance and preventing falls to minimizing pain due to arthritis or developing a strength and conditioning program. The clinic is open to all abilities and conditions and strives to improve all attendees’ health with special emphasis on conditions that affect those aged 55 years and older.

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The Shine Youth Clinic The SHINE Youth Clinic is a student-run health clinic providing a variety of free services to Edmonton’s underserved youth at the Boyle McCauley Health Centre. The clinic is run by University of Alberta healthcare students from eight disciplines: physical therapy, medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, nutrition, counseling and psychology. Students are supervised by licensed health professionals. The SHINE Youth Clinic provides services for free. No ID or Health Care number is required. No appointment necessary. The clinic is open on Saturdays from 2-6pm. Physical therapy services are available on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month to help treat mainly musculoskeletal injuries, movement problems, repetitive stress injuries, pain, muscle soreness or stiffness, weakness and any difficulties with daily activities. Participation in the SHINE Clinic is voluntary. Students take the lead in assessing and treating clients, and preceptors provide approval to the assessment finds and treatment plan and serve as a resource to guide clinical decisions.

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Events 2010-2011 MScPT Major Projects The Major Project is a required component of the course-based graduate program in physical therapy. It is completed within the second year of the program and involves the supervised investigation of a problem relevant to physical therapy practice. MScPT 2010 Best Project: Cardiovascular Exercise As A Physical Therapy Treatment for Preventing Secondary Stroke. Presented at the Health in Motion Conference 2010 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Trish Manns, Associate Professor Research Team: Derrick Broks, Taha Deeb, Lisa Goodgrove, Kyle Libby, Pete Williams MScPT (Course-based) Major Projects 2010 The following is a list of the Major Projects for 2010-2011. • Exercise Based Interventions for Ankle Sprain Prevention in Sport: A Systematic Review • The Effectiveness of A Rehabilitation Program in Young Patients Following Total Hip Arthroplasty • A Systematic Review of the Effects of Neuromuscular Training Following ACL Reconstruction and Patient Guidelines for Return to Sport in Soccer Players • Determinants of Total Hip or Knee Arthroplasty Revision and Recovery From Revision: A Scoping Review • Inter-rate Reliability of Auditing Physical Therapists Workers’ Compensation Board Charts for Patients With Mechanical Low Back Pain • An Examination of the Physical Therapy Objectives, Treatments and Outcomes Used for Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis in Alberta • The Effect of Lumbar Bracing on Back Muscle Area: A Feasibility Study • The Effect of A Standardized Massage Application on Spinal Stiffness - A Pilot Study • The Early Physiotherapy Management of Whiplash Associated Disorders • Shoulders Injuries in Overhead Athletes: Guidelines for Return to Activity Department of Physical Therapy Pursuing Our Best

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Events 2010-2011 MScPT (Course-based) Major Projects 2010 cont’d • The Influence of Walking Aids on the 10-meter Walk in Patients With Spinal Cord Injuries • Critical Review of Cultural and Ethnic Influences on Infant Gross Motor Skills • Comparative Sensitivity to Change of Balance Outcome Measures in Transtibial Amputees Following Outpatient Balance Training: A Pilot Study • Validity Measurement of Energy Expenditure of SenseWear Armband in Stroke Survivors During Different Walking Intensities • Rehabilitation in Patients With Dementia Following Hip Fracture (Systematic Review and Discussions With Continuing Care Rehab Staff) • Tools Used By Physical Therapists in Making Return to Work Decisions With Cancer Survivors: A Scoping Review With Key Informant Interviews • Patient Education for Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropath • Adaption to Loading of the Leg During Walking

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Events 2010-2011 Health In Motion 2010 A Conference for Rehabilitation Professionals September 18, 2010 Health in Motion the - the final major project presentations of our graduating MScPT students and a keynote address by Master Corporal Paul Franklin, co-founder, Franklin - Northern Alberta Amputee Program (NAAP). Keynote Presentation: Long Walk Home Paul Franklin a former medic with the Canadian Forces talks about losing both legs to a suicide bomber. The story is frightening and inspirational at the same time. He has now dedicated his life to helping improve the lives of amputees both civilian and military.

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Events 2010-2011 Webinar Series Launch The Department of Physical Therapy and the Physiotherapy Alberta College & Association provided a series of five webinars for practitioners. These webinars were viewed by therapists from across the country. The webinars cover current trends in chronic pain, obesity management and stroke rehabilitation. Each webinar will update clinicians on the latest developments in each topic area and how these impact practice. A Physiotherapist’s Guide to Searching the Evidence Using Free Databases. Presenter: Jeannette Buckinham, Medical Librarian at the University of Alberta, with a special interest in medical publishing, health sciences education and critical appraisal/evidence-based practice. She has worked with and taught physical therapy students and physical therapists and has been team-teaching a course in evidence-based practice for the past seven years. Cardiorespiratory Physical Therapy for the 21st Century. A Best Practice Update. Presenter: Mark Hall, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and holds a Master’s of Science in Physiotherapy with a specialization in critical care. Professor Hall is responsible for teaching the cardiorespiratory components of the MScPT entry level program. Canwell Program for Cancer Survivors Presenter: Dr. Linda Woodhouse, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy. Dr. Woodhouse is a physical therapist and an exercise physiologist. Can Physical Therapists Predict Which Patients With Low Back Pain Can Benefit From Spinal Manipulation? Presenter: Dr. Eric Parent, Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy and a Clinical-Scientist at the Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital. His research focuses on predicting which patients with low back pain and scoliosis may benefit from specific exercise approaches. Essential Obesity Knowledge for Physical Therapists: Presenter: Sarah Kerslake is a physical therapist (BScPT) with 10+ year’s experience treating and fostering functional goals with obese patients. She currently acts as a research coordinator in the Banff Sport Medicine Clinic and is a sessional lecturer within the Department of Physical Therapy.

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Events 2010-2011 Launch of the Synchronized Distance Learning Technology: Physical Therapy Program in Camrose Alberta (September 2010).

The ARCC Annual Awards Dinner is an interdisciplinary event

attended by members and friends of the rehabilitation fields - Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. It is an opportunity to honour professionals and support personnel who have provided exemplary service within their respective fields.

Augustana Students Attend ARCC September 2010

Back row L to R: Chair Dr. Bob Haennel, Noel Ives Student, Kaitlan Braden Student, Chris Zarski Sessional MScPT Augustana, Dean Dr. Martin Ferguson-Pell. Front row L to R: Tracy Mandeville Student, Amber Long Student, Alaina Risi Student, Krista Annicchiarico Student, Kaeleigh Brown Student, Stacy Gagnon Student.

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Admissions and Convocation Summary of Admission Statistics for September 2010 Enrollment September 2010: 94 students admitted for commencement to the MScPT (course-based) program. • 66 female, 28 male • 77 Alberta residents; 17 out of province Enrollment summary: • MScPT 2011 Cohort - 83 (Admission year 2009) • MScPT 2010A Cohort - 80 (Admission year 2008) • MScPT 2010 Cohort - 80 (Admission year 2007)

Convocation 2010 Professional Practice Entry-Level MScPT (Course-Based) Program Libby Kyle Pinsent Chantal Acheson Lindsay Doerksen Nathan Light Brendan Quinn Kerra Aldrich Kristin Forbes Jennifer McLaren Tammy Rae Lisa Allen Jennifer Fowler Lauren McWatt Arri Rose Mathew Anderson Stacey Gabrush Brittany Melnikel Jason Rudland Bryce Boon Annabelle Gibson Jessica Meropoulis Alexandra Schlichter Melanie Broks Derrick Gibson Tress Michalski Chris Schmuland Rhonda Buddingh Sarah Goodgrove Lisa Mohajeri Nasan So Eric Burkett Kimberly Hodinski Karly Nakamoto Shinya Stengler Kristin Buyks Dianne James Lindsay Nanninga Alissa Stevens Holly Campione Sofia Jespersen Laura Nguyen John Tam Carrie Carlson Venessa Kim Mac Ngo Edmund Tkach Sherry Chamberlin Rosanna Kinnear Holly Norris Aaron Trang Bonnie Clough, Jill Klymkiv Andriana Nunweiler Audrey Tufnail Kelsey Colbeck Daniel Kong Ting Lun Patrice O’Byrne Gillian Vun Nan Connolly Stephanie Koziak Adriana O’Leary Colleen Wait Allie Cowie Janessa Lam Lynn Palmer Jillian Williams Peter Crowell Carolyn Lessard Jeri Peter Lisa Woods Dawn Deeb Taha Lezack Tami Phung Alexander Young Laura Dodds Travis Liang Jieyun

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U of A Department of Physical Therapy Annual Report 2010-2011