2014 ATSU - Mesa IRC Research Symposium
Registration Now Open - See Below!
The ATSU-Mesa Interdisciplinary Research Committee (IRC) is excited to offer a Research Symposium May 12-16, 2014. During this event, faculty will have the opportunity to present and share their research through short, mini-presentations (15 minutes) over the lunch hours on Monday-Friday. In addition, a student poster session and social for faculty, students, and staff will be held on Friday afternoon between 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
LUNCHES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT 11:45 TO ACCOMODATE A 12:00 START TIME
We hope you can make it!
ATSU-Mesa Interdisciplinary Committee (IRC)
5/12 Lunch Presentations/ Cougar: PROMOTING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES AND QUALITY OF LIFE THROUGH RESEARCH
Perceptions of Attitudes When in a Restaurant Setting Among Individuals with Spinal Cord Injury and Quality of Life, C. Sartor-Glittenberg, PhD, PT, NCS
Text2Floss:An Innovative Option to Improve Oral Health Behavior, T. Hashemian, DDS
Daniels’ Distance Runners – An Investigation of Cardiovascular Fitness over 45 Years, S. Johnston, PhD
5/13 Lunch Presentations/ Saguaro B: EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
Do Virtual Patient Simulations Foster Clinical Reasoning, Collaboration, and Engagement? L. McCoy, EdD
Virtual Grand Rounds: Translating EBP from the Classroom to the Clinic, T. Wilkinson, DPT, PT, PCS, Deanne Fay, PT, DPT, MS, PCS, L. Bordenave, DPT, M.Ed., PT, C. Sartor-Glittenberg, PhD, PT, NCS, A. Klawonn, PT,DPT,OCS,FAAOMPT
Spinning the OPP Classroom - A Comparison of Teaching formats in Osteopathic Principles and Practice Lecture and Laboratory Classroom, J. Kirsch, DO, D. Heath, DO, A. Chen, OMS-IV
5/14 Lunch Presentations/ Ocotillo: LINKING EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND CLINICAL PRACTICE
The Infusion of Evidence-Based Practice and Healthcare Competencies throughout Healthcare Professions Education, C. Welch, PhD, ATC
Integrating learning-centered activities between Clinical Courses and Critical Inquiry courses within the Physical Therapy curriculum, J. R. Roush, PT, PhD, ATC, AT
Improving Athletic Training Practice Through the Athletic Training Practice-Based Research Network, T. Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC, FNATA
5/15 Lunch Presentations/ Saguaro B: NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
Home-based robot-assisted ankle rehabilitation for chronic stroke survivors, Jim Lynskey, PhD, PT
The use of whole-body rotation to induce eye movements, J. Heick, DPT, PT, T. Hale, AuD, CCC-A FAAA, H. Trahan, AuD, J. Lynskey, PhD, PT
Dual Task Mobility: From Walking and Talking to Driving and Texting, T. McIsaac, PT, PhD
5/16 Lunch Presentations/ Saguaro A: RESEARCH ACROSS THE LIFESPAN
Pediatric Assessment: Does the Use of Clarifying and Motivating Cues Alter Gross Motor Scores on the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (2nd Edition) in Typically Developing Preschool Aged Children, Deanne Fay, PT, DPT, MS, PCS
Community Partnerships: A Foundation for Research and Interprofessional Clinical Education, ATSU Aging Studies Project Research Team (Alexander, E. Bordenave, L. Bordenave, Sartor-Glittenberg, Johnston, McIsaac, Glaubensklee, Keenan, Dabrowski, Hale)
5/16 STUDENT POSTER EXHIBIT AND SOCIAL HOUR: 3:30 - 5:00 P.M/ 5850 Bldg.
Poster presentations and social spotlighting research work from students representing the various schools and programs on the Mesa campus.
Have questions about 2014 ATSU-Mesa IRC Research Symposium?
Contact Eileen Molzen (email@example.com)