2016 Podcasts

Dr Yuying Chen, Dr Charles Bombardier, and Dr Susan Charlifue discuss a special issue of Archives, presenting research from across the Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems in the article Current Research Outcomes From the Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems that was published in the October 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 21.31 min/19.7 MB
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The importance of physical activity in rehabilitation, the focus of the September 2016 issue of Archives, is discussed by lead author Daniel K. White, PT, ScD, MSc in the article It Is Time to Invite Patients to the Physical Activity Party….
Duration 14.02 min/12.9 MB
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Suicidal ideation and suicide attempts are both more common after traumatic brain injury. Matthew Kesinger and Dr Shannon Juengst were interviewed by Duncan Babbage, PhD, Archives' Senior Media Editor, to discuss their team's latest data on this issue from the article Acute Trauma Factor Associations With Suicidality Across the First 5 Years After Traumatic Brain Injury that was published in the August 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 15.13 min/13.9 MB
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Dr Deepan Kamaraj outlines research on using virtual reality-based technology to develop power wheelchair driving assessment and training tools for newer power wheelchair users in two papers, Interrater Reliability of the Power Mobility Road Test in the Virtual Reality–Based Simulator-2 and Stability and Workload of the Virtual Reality–Based Simulator-2 that were published in the July 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 15.45 min/14.4 MB
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Dr David Stock examines inpatient rehabilitation after hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in the article Determinants of Admission to Inpatient Rehabilitation Among Acute Care Survivors of Hypoxic-Ischemic Brain Injury: A Prospective Population-Wide Cohort Study published in the June 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 16.44 min/15.3 MB
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Dr Lisa Johanson discusses the June 2016 Supplement of Archives Rehabilitation Following Surgical Reconstruction to Restore Function to the Upper Limb in Tetraplegia.
Duration 10.46 min/9.91 MB
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Joyce Chua and her colleagues examine whether electromechanical gait training could be a valuable and viable part of the rehabilitation process for people after stroke in the article Efficacy of an Electromechanical Gait Trainer Poststroke in Singapore: A Randomized Controlled Trial published in the May 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 9.12 min/8.48 MB
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Sarah Moore, PhD, contrasts the changes induced by exercise in muscle and in cardiac functioning after stroke, outlined in Exercise Induces Peripheral Muscle But Not Cardiac Adaptations After Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial published in the April 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 15.36 min/14.3 MB
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Dr Angela Colantonio joins our Senior Media Editor Dr Duncan Babbage to discuss "Sex, Gender, and Traumatic Brain Injury" published in the February 2016 Supplement of Archives.
Duration 14.45 min/13.5 MB
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Dr Alex Dromerick joins interviewer Dr Duncan Babbage to discuss his paper, "Using Wearable Sensors and Machine Learning Models to Separate Functional Upper Extremity Use From Walking-Associated Arm Movements" which appears in the February 2016 issue of Archives.
Duration 12.17 min/11.2 MB
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Understanding a person's experience of healthcare at a single point in time has value, but much more so when viewed across the entire care continuum. Dr. McMurray and her colleagues engage with this question in their two papers, "Measuring Patients' Experience of Rehabilitation Services Across the Care Continuum. Part I: A Systematic Review of the Literature" and "Measuring Patients' Experience of Rehabilitation Services Across the Care Continuum. Part II: Key Dimensions" that were published in the January 2016 issue of Archives.
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