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Student Research and Publications

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This T-Space collection showcases the research and publication accomplishments by students in the Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) program at the University of Toronto. In partial fulfillment of their degree requirements, students undertake research projects relevant to physical therapy that are proposed and supervised by faculty and clinicians in the University of Toronto community. This innovative research curriculum is successful as a result of the initiative, collaboration and leadership demonstrated by our faculty and our clinical community. Students develop a research protocol, submit the protocol for ethics approval, collect and analyze study data, prepare a manuscript and present a poster for Research Day. Many students present the findings of their research at provincial and national conferences and publish their final research papers in peer-reviewed journals as highlighted in this T-Space collection. The collection also showcases publications of other scholarly work completed by students as part of their MScPT studies.

Recent Submissions

Continuing education for advanced manual and manipulative physiotherapists in Canada: A survey of perceived needs

Domain specific cognitive strategies employed in gait training: A descriptive secondary analysis based on three case studies

The impact of a community based chronic illness exercise program on health: Client perspectives

Exploring the availability, characteristics and barriers of rehabilitation programs in organ transplant populations across Canada

Development of the screen for limitations in mobility (SLIM): A self-report tool for surgical oncology patients

 

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