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Global postural re-education in pediatric idiopathic scoliosis: a biomechanical modeling and analysis of curve reduction during active and assisted self-correction
Dupuis S, et al. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2018. PMID 30037348 Free PMC article.
To the author's knowledge, there are no studies regarding GPR applied to IS, hence there is a need to better understand the biomechanics of GPR curve reduction postures. ...The forces applied with the therapist's hands over the trunk during manual correction were recorded and used in the FEM to simulate this posture. ...
To the author's knowledge, there are no studies regarding GPR applied to IS, hence there is a need to better understand the biomechan …
The role of leisure within the dementia context
Genoe MR and Dupuis SL. Dementia (London) 2014. PMID 24381038
While our understanding of the subjective experience of dementia is growing, leisure's role within that experience is less clear. ...
While our understanding of the subjective experience of dementia is growing, leisure's role within that experience is less clear. ...
Psychometric Evaluation of the Team Member Perspectives of Person-Centered Care (TM-PCC) Survey for Long-Term Care Homes
Boscart VM, et al. Healthcare (Basel) 2018. Among authors: Dupuis S. PMID 29882833 Free PMC article.
Construct validity and internal consistency of the TM-PCC were examined with a principal component analysis and Cronbach’s alpha coefficient. ...The TM-PCC has a similar internal consistency (Cronbach’s alpha coefficient 0.82 vs. White et al. 0.74⁻0.91). The TM-PCC can be used to assess PCC from the staff’s perspective in long-term care homes....
Construct validity and internal consistency of the TM-PCC were examined with a principal component analysis and Cronbach’s
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