DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.

Thesis Defense:


Rebecca Rouse
Physical therapy—Physiotherapy Associates
Mentor: Ron Spicer, PT & Coordinator,
          Nicole Bickhart, OT hand specialist
Isolated Independent Variable:
The efficiency of patient results through feedback from therapists involved along with patient feedback done electronically or through forms within rehabilitation centers.
Control Group:
The therapists involved.
 Dependent Variable:
The efficiency of an online database in improving medical practices.
The use of this database will affect the satisfaction and efficiency of patients and the results they receive due to the collaboration of therapists sharing their practices online.
 Overall Project Intention:
Physical therapy for each injury involves specific procedures for rehabilitation. In order to subscribe the most effective and time managing therapy for each case, physical therapists could invest in an online database to collaborate and experiment on the most effective procedures for individual cases along with the groupings of several different injuries/cases.
DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.