LIFT Lab Presents and Wins Honors at HRS Research Day

The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences hosted their first annual Research Day for students to present the projects they have been working on to their peers and faculty members. Timothy Rethorn, James Crick, Tyler Beauregard, Gabriel Alain, and Riley Summers were all selected to present either oral or poster presentations. Faculty members judged the presentations and awards were given to the best ones!

James Crick won best oral presentation on his project with Gabriel Alain: Leveraging Systems Science and Quality Improvement Methodologies to Address Immobility Harm in the Emergency Department and Hospital.

Timothy Rethorn won best poster presentation with Physical Activity Variability Over Time in Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury.

We are grateful for the opportunity to share our work and are excited for this event to happen again in the future!

Timothy Rethorn: Physical Activity Variability Over Time in Survivors of Traumatic Brain Injury

Tyler Beauregard: Development of an online questionnaire examining stakeholder perception of the CRT service delivery process

James Crick: A survey study to understand acute care physical therapist perceptions of fall prevention practice and the influence of hospital contextual factors

Riley Summers: Quality improvement in the physical therapy literature: a scoping review

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