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January 2020 - Volume 32 - Issue 1
pp: 1-86,E1-E58


Differentiating Between Idiopathic Toe Walking and Cerebral Palsy: A Systematic Review

Schlough, Kathleen; Andre, Kerryn; Owen, Marley; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):2-10, January 2020.

Measures of Motor and Functional Skills for Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Systematic Review

Ferre-Fernández, Marina; Murcia-González, María Antonia; Barnuevo Espinosa, María Dolores; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):12-25, January 2020.

CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE



Relationship of School-Based Physical Therapy Services to Student Goal Achievement

Chiarello, Lisa A.; Effgen, Susan K.; Jeffries, Lynn M.; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):26-33, January 2020.

Validity of General Movement Assessment Based on Clinical and Home Videos

Yeh, Kuo-Kuang; Liu, Wen-Yu; Wong, Alice May-Kuen; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):35-43, January 2020.

Longitudinal Change in Common Impairments in Children With Cerebral Palsy From Age 1.5 to 11 Years

Jeffries, Lynn M.; Fiss, Alyssa LaForme; Westcott McCoy, Sarah; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):45-50, January 2020.

CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE



EDUCATION


Educational Research Priorities for Pediatric Physical Therapy: A Consensus Study

Moerchen, Victoria A.; Lundeen, Heather; Dole, Robin L.

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):60-69, January 2020.

EDUCATION: CLINICAL BOTTOM LINE



Development of a Grading Rubric to Assess Learning in Pediatric Physical Therapy Education

Schreiber, Joseph; Gagnon, Kendra; Kendall, Eydie; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):70-79, January 2020.

Linear and Nonlinear Measures of Postural Control in a Toddler With Cerebral Palsy: Brief Report

Pierce, Samuel R.; Paremski, Athylia C.; Skorup, Julie; More

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):80-83, January 2020.



ANNOUNCEMENTS



Vestibular Rehabilitation for a Child With Posterior Fossa Syndrome: A Case Report

Flowers, Meredith; Reneker, Jennifer; Karlson, Cynthia

Pediatric Physical Therapy. 32(1):E1-E5, January 2020.



Creator: Pediatric Physical Therapy
Duration: 48:14
Pediatric Physical Therapy January 2020, Volume 32, Issue 1;
INTERVEWS IN THIS EDITION

Pediatric Physical Therapy January 2019 Volume 32 Issue 1

1. Julie Badylak PT, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio

TITLE:  Therapy Workloads in Pediatric Health: Preliminary Findings and Relevance for Defining Practice (Part 1)

To measure time spent by pediatric physical and occupational therapists in performing daily work activities.

2. Rebecca Durham Reder OTD, OTR/L, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio

TITLE:  Therapy Workloads in Pediatric Health: Preliminary Findings and Relevance for Defining Practice (Part 2)

3. Lynn Jeffries PT, PhD, PCS, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City

TITLE: Longitudinal Change in Common Impairments in Children With Cerebral Palsy From Age 1.5 to 11 Years

This project aimed to determine if change occurs over time for impairments of balance, range of motion, endurance, and strength of children with cerebral palsy, by Gross Motor Function Classification System levels.

4. Marina Ferre-Fernandez PT, OT, MSc, Departamento de Ciencias de la Salud, Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud, Universidad Católica de Murcia, Murcia, Spain

TITLE: Measures of Motor and Functional Skills for Children With Cerebral Palsy: A Systematic Review

To review the level of evidence of the psychometric properties of outcome measures for motor or functional skills for children with cerebral palsy classified across I-V levels of the Gross Motor Function Classification System.

5. Lindsey Adelstein PT, DPT, Spaulding Rehabilitation Center for Children, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

TITLE:  Differentiating Between Idiopathic Toe Walking and Cerebral Palsy: A Systematic Review

The purpose of this systematic review is to identify evidence-based examination components that enable a clinician to distinguish between children with Idiopathic Toe Walking and Cerebral Palsy in order to accurately categorize them into their respective movement system diagnosis.

(In memory of first author Kathleen Schlough)

6. Lisa Chiarello PT, PhD, FAPTA, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Drexel University, Philadelphia

TITLE: Relationship of School-Based Physical Therapy Services to Student Goal Achievement

To explore the relationships of school-based physical therapy services to student goal achievement. 

7. Samuel Pierce PT, PhD, Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

TITLE: Linear and Nonlinear Measures of Postural Control in a Toddler With Cerebral Palsy: Brief Report

The purpose of this brief report is to address knowledge gaps and describe longitudinal linear and nonlinear measures of postural control during sitting and standing in a young child with cerebral palsy.

8. Robin L. Dole, PT, DPT, EdD, Widener University, Chester,  Pennsylvania

TITLE: Educational Research Priorities for Pediatric Physical Therapy: A Consensus Study (PART 1)

This study engaged physical therapist stakeholders, internal and external to pediatric physical therapy education, in identifying and ranking pediatric physical therapy educational research priorities.

9. Victoria A. Moerchen, PT, PhD University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

TITLE: Educational Research Priorities for Pediatric Physical Therapy: A Consensus Study (PART 2)

10. Kendra Gagnon, PT, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor & Director of Student Affairs, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

TITLE: Development of a Grading Rubric to Assess Learning in Pediatric Physical Therapy Education

The purpose of this perspective paper is to describe the development and potential use of a pediatric clinical reasoning assessment rubric for research and educational purpose
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