Topic: mastering scientific principles
Assessing Performance and Using Dynamometry
Contemporary rehabilitation practice demands a rapid and safe return to activity and, or, sport. The decision-making process is often informed by improvements in measures of function, performance and patient-reported outcomes. However, how do we know if these improvements are real and not just measurement errors?
Here are your videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. Purpose of Assessment
2. Characteristics of a Useful Test
3. Assessing Strength
4. Methodological and Protocol Considerations
5. Summary
Here are your videos.
Check the resources section for the documents and worksheets.
1. Purpose of Assessment
2. Characteristics of a Useful Test
3. Assessing Strength
4. Methodological and Protocol Considerations
5. Summary

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Assessing Performance and Using Dynamometry

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Contemporary rehabilitation practice demands a rapid and safe return to activity and, or, sport. The decision-making process is often informed by improvements in measures of function, performance and patient-reported outcomes. However, how do we know if these improvements are real and not just measurement errors?
Topic: mastering scientific principles

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About Dr Claire Minshull PhD, BSc, PGCHE

The founder of Get Back To Sport, Claire is one of the most highly respected and research active rehabilitation and conditioning specialists in the UK. She has worked in the field of sports medicine and health for over 20 years as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Consultant and as a Practitioner. She has designed, led and managed major clinical and nonclinical research trials, supervised several PhD students, and has published over 30 research papers in leading peer-reviewed sports medicine journals. She is regularly invited to speak at national and international academic and professional symposia and, serves as expert reviewer for >10 scientific peer-reviewed journals.
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Mastering Scientific Principles

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