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REHAB 300 Introduction to Occupational Therapy (1)
Introduction to occupational therapy profession. Provides historical perspectives, theoretical foundations, and clinical case studies in various practice arenas. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: ASp.
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REHAB 496 Special Topics in Rehabilitation (1-9, max. 14)
Guided opportunity for in-depth study in specific areas of rehabilitation. Topics vary.
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REHAB 498 Undergraduate Thesis (*, max. 15)
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REHAB 499 Undergraduate Research (*, max. 15)
Opportunity to design, perform, and analyze research investigation in problem areas in rehabilitation medicine. These include clinical and basic research problems in, for example, head and spinal injury, chronic disease, pain neurophysiology, electrodiagnosis, communication, and bioengineering.
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REHAB 500 Clinical Clerkship in Physical Therapy (4) Robinson
Observation, instruction, and supervised practice in treatment of patients in diverse clinical settings. Emphasis is given to the application of previously learned material and skills to specific clinical problems. Required for physical therapy students. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 502 Pediatric Physical Therapy (4-, max. 8) C. KERFELD
Provides foundational knowledge in development and an overview of pediatric physical therapy practice for children with atypical development. Presents examination, evaluation, and development of physical therapy plans of care for children with various disabilities within the frameworks of family-centered care and disablement models.
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REHAB 503 Lifespan III: Geriatric Physical Therapy (3) Matsuda
Theory and principles of exercise procedures used when treating the geriatric patient. Includes a discussion of age related changes in the systems essential to movement control; factors contributing to physical disability and frailty with aging; adaptation of assessment and treatment procedures to the geriatric patient. Lectures and laboratories.
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REHAB 504 Procedures I: Basic Physical Examination of the Extremities (2) Maitland
Develops technical skills and theoretical foundations in the examination of patients from a neuromusculoskeletal perspective. Special emphasis on examination of the extremities, including applied anatomy, posture, screening tests, special tests, and scanning exams.
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REHAB 505 Introduction to Pharmacology (2) D. MACK
Pharmacological survey of drugs commonly prescribed for clients seen in a physical therapy practice setting. Presentations on basic principles. Additional data search and group reports. Overview of medical emergencies.
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REHAB 506 Procedures II: Basic Physical Examination of the Spine (2) Bennett
Develops technical skills and theoretical foundations in the examination of patients from a neuromusculoskeletal perspective. Emphasizes examination of the spine including applied anatomy, posture, screening tests, special tests, and scanning exams.
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REHAB 507 Physical Therapy Procedures III: Modalities (3-4) McGough
Principles and practice of physical therapy clinical treatment procedures utilizing therapeutic modalities. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 508 Principles of Therapeutic Exercise (4) E. MCGOUGH
Theory, principles, and practice of exercise procedures used for treatment purposes in physical therapy, including motor learning, variables of motor performance, and exercise prescription. Lectures and laboratories. Simulated patient problems.
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REHAB 509 Physical Therapy Procedures: Functional Skills Assessment (1) Robinson
Development of clinical competence in assessment and training of basic patient functional skills, including handling techniques, transfers, and assisted ambulation.
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REHAB 510 Rehabilitation Psychology (2) Patterson
Focuses on understanding assimilation of disability, participation in rehabilitation, management of behavior, and maintenance of performance from both the practitioner and patient perspective. Focuses on the role of the psychologist in the rehabilitation team. Includes case study and case conference materials.
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REHAB 511 Musculoskeletal IV: Clinical Management (5) Bennett
Physical therapy clinical evaluation and management of patients with musculoskeletal dysfunction. Special emphasis on upper quadrant anatomy. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 512 Musculoskeletal V: Clinical Management (4) Maitland
Physical therapy clinical evaluation and management of patients with musculoskeletal dysfunction. Special emphasis on lower quadrant anatomy. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 513 Special Studies in Physical Therapy (1-5, max. 15)
Theory and practice in specialized areas of physical therapy. Includes organization and administration of specialized programs, advanced evaluation and treatment techniques, role of the consultant. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 514 Systems Review for Physical Therapists (3) Maitland
Development of advanced physical assessment skills to provide students with the ability to determine if a patient's disorder is within the scope of practice for physical therapy or requires referral to another healthcare provider. Lectures and laboratory format, with an emphasis on the lab component. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 515 Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Interventions in Physical Therapy (3) Bennett
Advanced neuromusculoskeletal treatment techniques. Emphasis on review of manual therapy, exerciser and modality interventions in case studies across lifespan and continuum of care. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 516 Medical Information for Rehabilitation Counselors (3) Johnson
Lectures in medical science field regarding the etiology, prognosis, and physical restoration of common disabling conditions. Case studies are used extensively, and major emphasis is placed on vocational implications of physical disability. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 517 Physical Therapy Seminar (2-, max. 12) D. KARTIN, S. MCCOY, K. MCQUADE
Focuses on physical therapy topics pertaining to transcurricular and professional practice issues.
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REHAB 519 P-Preceptorship in Rehab Medicine (1, max. 12) McNalley
Explores the field of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Students observe a physiatrist one half day each week, and gain understanding of the management of acute injuries, chronic disease, and disabilities. Offered: AWSpS.
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REHAB 520 Seminar (1-5, max. 12)
Conferences, seminars, discussions of advanced physical medicine and rehabilitation topics for graduate students, residents, and postdoctoral fellows in rehabilitation medicine. Lectures, discussion, and laboratory work in selected aspects appropriate to elected area of study for applicants for master-level degree.
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REHAB 521 Survey of Pathophysiology for Rehabilitation (3) Kerfeld
Uses a systems approach overview of the disease process and the impact it has on the rehabilitation process. Provides a foundation for understanding how dysfunction of major systems can influence a person's ability to move. Discusses risk reduction and prevention strategies surrounding diseases. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 522 Neurophysiological Topics in Rehabilitation Medicine (2) Kinney
Reviews traditional neurophysiological concepts related to the nervous, musculoskeletal, and cardiopulmonary systems as a foundations for rehabilitation practice. Includes recent advances in research and applicable case studies.
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REHAB 523 Neuroscience III: Applied Neurology (4) Matsuda
Theory and principles of advanced exercise procedures used when treating patients with neurologic pathology. Includes the application of principles of motor learning and control; facilitation and inhibition of variables affecting functional motor performance; adaptation of assessment and treatment procedures to patients with different types of neurologic impairments. Lectures and laboratories.
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REHAB 525 Exercise Physiology for Rehabilitation (4) Moritz
Provides systems approach to exercise physiology, including cardiovascular and musculoskeletal response to exercise training, and the impact it has on the rehabilitation process. Reviews common disease processes that effect ability and tolerance, and may benefit from rehabilitation interventions.
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REHAB 527 Neuroscience IV: Special Topics in Neurologic Rehabilitation (3) Kelly
Critical analysis and application of physical therapy assessment and treatment techniques to problems related to specific adult neurological disorders. Neurological disorders to be covered include stroke, spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis.
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REHAB 528 International Clinical Clerkship (2) Robinson
Short-term clinical education experience outside the United States. Participants work in a mentored relationship as part of a multi-disciplinary rehabilitation team providing direct clinical services and consultation to patients and their care-givers. Sponsored sites selected and screened by clinical coordinator. Students may choose area of clinical focus. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 529 Professional and Practice Issues in Physical Therapy (2) K. MCQUADE
Augments the student's understanding of the profession and current issues in healthcare. Includes healthcare delivery, scope of practice, professional organization, political activism, specialist certification, licensure, collaboration, therapeutic relationships, disclosure, privacy, and informed consent. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 530 Medical Aspects of Vocational Counseling (2-3) Johnson
Introduction to vocational implications of physical and emotional disabilities. Methods, counseling techniques, therapeutic modalities, community resources used in producing vocational assistance for persons with disabilities. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine or permission of instructor.
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REHAB 531 Critical Thinking Skills in Physical Therapy (2) McQuade
Introduces students to structured critical thinking for discussion and analysis of selected musculoskeletal approaches. Interactive small groups explore key papers with controversial or novel assertions, or that address commonly used treatment techniques. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 532 Clinical Affiliation for Rehabilitation Counselors (5-6) Johnson
Under preceptorship of rehabilitation counseling staff, students counsel and evaluate patients with severe physical, emotional, or social problems; administer vocational testing; obtain placement on job stations; work with community resources for vocational/educational placement; and develop activity-oriented schedules. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 533 Diseases and Diagnosis in Rehabilitation (2-, max. 4)
Provides an introduction to medical diagnoses and diseases having high rates of referral to rehabilitation services in order to promote comprehensive patient care.
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REHAB 535 Physical Therapy Administration Issues (2) S. MCCOY
In-depth discussion of administrative issues overarching physical therapy practice, including economic trends, operational policy, budgeting, reimbursement, staffing, business structure, and entrepreneurship. Required for physical therapy students. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 536 Patient Evaluation and Clinical Decision Making (1-2, max. 8) Robinson
General principles and practice of physical therapy patient evaluation and use of the clinical decision-making models. The application of patient management principles through examination techniques and documentation strategies. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 537 Functional Mobility Skills (2) Pradhan
Principles and practice of physical therapy interventions related to functional mobility skills, including transfer training, wheelchair fitting, wheelchair mobility, gait training, and caregiver training. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 538 Integumentary, Edema Management, and Circulatory Screening for PT (2) Robinson
Principles and practice of physical therapy evaluation and interventions related to wound care, burn care, edema management, circulatory screening, and splinting applications. Lecture and laboratory format.
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REHAB 539 Communication Disorders in Rehabilitation Medicine (1) Yorkston
Overview of communication disorders secondary to central and peripheral nervous system impairment. Emphasis on facilitating identification of speech/language disorders with discussion of implications for rehabilitation.
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REHAB 540 Acute Care Practice in Physical Therapy (2) Robinson
Principles and practice of physical therapy evaluation and interventions related to individuals with diagnoses in the recent onset (or acute) stage of development.
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REHAB 541 Gross Anatomy Laboratory - Extremities (1) Guthrie, Rollinger
Uses cadavers to study the musculoskeletal, peripheral-vascular, and peripheral-nervous systems. Focuses on the extremities. Uses primarily prospected material, but provides some opportunity for independent dissection. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 542 Gross Anatomy Laboratory - Spine (1) Guthrie, Rollinger
Studies the musculoskeletal, peripheral-vascular, and peripheral-nervous systems from cadavers. Focuses on the spine. Uses primarily prospected material, but includes some opportunity for independent dissection.
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REHAB 544 Functional Anatomy for Rehabilitation of the Extremities (4-) Goldstein, Guthrie
Covers the functions of the musculoskeletal system as applied by professionals in the practice of clinical rehabilitation. Focuses on anatomy and of the upper and lower extremities, including associated peripheral-vascular and peripheral-nervous systems. Intended to enhance functional assessment and to improve diagnosis and treatment through greater understanding of underlying anatomy.
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REHAB 545 Functional Anatomy for Rehabilitation of the Spine (-3) Goldstein, Guthrie
Covers functions of the musculoskeletal system as applied by professionals in the practice of clinical rehabilitation. Focuses on the anatomy of the spine, including associated vascular and nervous systems. Enhances functional assessments and the improvement of diagnosis and treatment through greater understanding of underlying anatomy.
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REHAB 546 Teaching Practicum in Rehabilitation (1-3, max. 15)
Integration of knowledge and skills in teaching through teaching in the classroom or presentation of a minicourse, workshop, or in-service training series. Prerequisite: MEBI 520 and permission of instructor.
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REHAB 547 Biomechanics Basis of Exercise (3) McQuade
Provides an in-depth exploration of the neuromechanical basis of exercise. Focuses on the applications of biomechanical principles to exercise, including: exercise equipment analysis; neuromuscular basis of strength, power and flexibility; and joint kinematics and stability. Prerequisite: knowledge of basic kinesiology and biomechanics or permission of instructor.
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REHAB 550 Neuropsychology in Rehabilitation (2) Pepping
Examination and management of patients with brain lesions, as well as an understanding of the consequences of such conditions. Prerequisite: graduate standing in rehabilitation medicine.
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REHAB 551 Neurobiology for Rehabilitation (5) Kinney, Pradhan, Slimp
In-depth analysis of human neuroanatomical structure and neurophysiological function as a basis for rehabilitation practice.
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REHAB 555 P-Neuromuscular Electrodiagnosis (2.5) Kraft
Demonstration of fundamentals of electromyography and peripheral nerve stimulation followed by participation in clinical electrodiagnosis examinations. Develops awareness of knowing when such procedures are indicated for patients and interpreting results rather than developing proficiency in performing these examinations. Prerequisite: HUBIO 560 and permission of instructor.
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REHAB 556 Foundations of Rehabilitation Science (3) Johnson, Yorkston
Overview of rehabilitation science and social constructs of disability emphasizing bio-psycho-social-environmental models of the enabling-disabling process across the lifespan. Lays the philosophical and theoretical foundations for the study of rehabilitation as a science and is designed to promote interdisciplinary thinking. Prerequisite: instructor permission.
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REHAB 557 Evidence-Based Rehabilitation (3) Kartin, Yorkston
Addresses frameworks for evaluating the evidence in rehabilitation science; asking answerable questions, using advanced search strategies; critically appraising literature; understanding the systematic review process; conducting and interpreting meta-analyses; developing evidence-based practice guidelines; communicating the evidence to stakeholders; and translating evidence into rehabilitation practice. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 558 Rehabilitation Research Methods (3) Ciol
Provides an orientation and critical analysis of current practices in disability and rehabilitation research by appraising methodologies and strategies used to investigate consequences of human function, activity performance, and social participation. Topics include introduction to qualitative and quantitative methodologies with respect to rehabilitation research. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 560 Defining and Measuring Outcomes in Rehabilitation Research (3) Amtmann
Introduces the importance, methods, and challenges of outcomes research in rehabilitation. Addresses definitions and importance of outcomes research; behaviors measurement, functional abilities, quality of life, and consumer satisfaction; outcomes measurement for diverse populations across lifespan; research outcomes design; and challenges specific to outcomes research. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 561 Epidemiological and Health Services Approaches to Rehabilitation Research (3) Ciol, Hoffman
Introduces the application of principles and methods from the fields of epidemiology and health services to rehabilitation research. Provides an overview of epidemiological research methods applicable to rehabilitation research, health services approaches, ethics, and use of research to inform disability policy. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 562 Neuroscience in Rehabilitation (3) Kelly, Yorkston
Develops knowledge related to neural control of movement; movement dysfunction from neurologic pathology; and methodological approaches to investigating neural control of movement. Includes concepts in motor control; motor learning; and neural plasticity relating to movement dysfunction in people with neurologic pathology and to rehabilitation science. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 566 Special Topics in Rehabilitation (1-9, max. 14)
Philosophy and concepts in the interdisciplinary rehabilitation of persons with major disabilities, including advanced content in the rehabilitation theory and process of selected categories.
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REHAB 567 Practicum in Rehabilitation (1-12, max. 24)
Specialized practicum experience in environment providing rehabilitation services. Practicum arrangements and permission by instructor.
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REHAB 568 Biophysics as Applied to Physical Medicine (2) Esselman
Propagation and absorption characteristics of physical forms of energy used for treatment in physical medicine. Physiologic effects basic to prescription of the physical therapy modalities. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine; others by permission of instructor.
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REHAB 570 Foundations of Occupational Therapy (5) Powell
An overview of the practice of occupational therapy, emphasizing the role of occupational performance in context, frames of reference, clinical reasoning, and purposeful activity. Introduces the diversity of occupational therapy practice environments through didactic and clinical experiences.
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REHAB 571 Occupational Performance through the Life Span (4) Fogelberg
Overview of human development as it relates to occupational performance and functional adaptation in the ages and stages of life from infancy through old-old age. Emphasis on environmental influences, activity, and occupational roles, tasks, and component behaviors as they relate to individuals in different ages and stages.
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REHAB 572 Occupational Therapy Theory and Practice in Psychosocial Dysfunction I (1-7, max. 7) Fogelberg
An overview of bodies of knowledge in psychosocial practice as related to occupational performance. Learning topics include major frames of reference, effects of psychosocial disorders on occupational performance (life activities), and occupational therapy evaluation and intervention skills. Lectures, reading, class discussions, role-playing, problem-based learning, and fieldwork comprise the learning experiences.
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REHAB 574 Occupational Therapy Theory and Practice in Physical Disabilities I (6)
Provides theoretical bases and clinical practice skills used in evaluation and intervention of occupational performance (life activities). Focus is on individuals with sensorimotor (physical) and/or cognitive impairments. Practical applications of theory occur through lecture, laboratory, and problem-based learning approaches.
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REHAB 575 Occupational Therapy Theory and Practice in Physical Disabilities II (5) Powell
Provides theoretical bases and clinical practice skills used in evaluation and intervention of occupational performance (life activities). Focus is on individuals with sensorimotor (physical) and/or cognitive impairments. Practical applications of theory occur through lecture, laboratory, and problem-based learning approaches.
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REHAB 576 Occupational Therapy Theory and Practice in Pediatrics (1-7, max. 7) Jirikowic
Provides knowledge and skills necessary for providing occupational therapy evaluation, intervention, and transition services focused on occupational performance (life activities) for children and teens with disabilities and their families.
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REHAB 577 Occupational Therapy Theory and Practice in Geriatrics (5) Powell
Occupational therapy evaluation and intervention with older adults. Covers psychology, physiology, and socio-demographics of aging. Emphasis on interaction skills with the elderly and occupational performance (life activities). Laboratory experiences and fieldwork in the practice setting enhance didactic coursework.
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REHAB 578 Occupational Performance Analysis (3) Rollinger
Skills in the analysis, adaptation, and sequencing of therapeutic and functional activities as they apply to occupational performance. Analysis focuses on performance components (sensorimotor, cognitive, psychosocial, psychosocial, psychological), temporal aspects (chronological, developmental), and environmental aspects (physical, social, cultural).
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REHAB 579 Therapeutic Communication (3) Fogelberg
Introduces basic principles and skills of effective interpersonal communication in dyadic interactions and in groups. Emphasis on effective listening, interviewing, and principles and concepts of occupational therapy groups. Lectures, readings, class discussions, role playing, and in-class exercises comprise the learning experiences.
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REHAB 580 Introduction to Research in Rehabilitation (3)
Evaluation of rehabilitation research literature and design of research studies relevant to rehabilitation.
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REHAB 581 Application of Measurement Systems (3) Jirikowic
Provides basis for critically evaluating and using tests and measurements in occupational therapy evaluation. Focus on reliability, validity, norms, test development process, statistics relevant to tests and measurement, and ethical implications of testing. Critical evaluation of selected standardized test used in occupational therapy.
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REHAB 582 Assistive Technology in Rehabilitation (3)
Overview of the field of assistive technology as it impacts occupational performance in self-care, work, and leisure activities. Covers interface devices, computer applications, environmental controls, augmentative communications, power mobility, seating and positioning systems, and sensory enhancements.
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REHAB 583 Exploring Disability (1)
Explores multiple aspects of disability including social, mental, physical, and financial factors. Provides skills for working with people with disabilities and exposure to a multidisciplinary team approach to overcoming healthcare barriers. Utilizes interactive didactic with patient participation and introduction to community resources for people with disabilities.
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REHAB 585 Leadership and Management in Occupational Therapy (5) Kanny
Focuses on occupational therapy leadership and management in healthcare delivery systems. Includes theoretical and professional competencies focuses on healthcare access, health policy laws, service delivery settings, reimbursement, regulation, political advocacy. Management topics include leadership, program planning, budgeting, personnel, and outcome measurement.
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REHAB 588 Fieldwork II Seminar (1) Rollinger
Supports a successful transition from academic work to the full-time Fieldwork II clinical experiences by reinforcing he integration and application of acquired technical and professional competencies needed for REHAB 594, Fieldwork II. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: Sp.
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REHAB 591 Graduate Project (1-4, max. 10)
Graduate project focuses on practice, administration, education, policy, research, or other scholarly or creative work. Required of entry-level occupational therapy students.
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REHAB 592 Principles of Orthotic Use in Rehabilitation (2) Crane
General principles and clinical applications of orthoses in patient management, with exposure to research issues in orthotic design.
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REHAB 593 Principles of Prosthetic Use in Rehabilitation (2) Morgenroth
General principles of prevention of amputation, prosthetic design, biomechanics, and clinical applications of upper and lower extremity prostheses.
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REHAB 594 Clinical Fieldwork in Occupational Therapy (10, max. 30) Rollinger
12-week, full-time fieldwork, delivering occupational therapy services to clients focusing on application of meaningful occupation under direct supervision. Exposure to varied clients across the lifespan and in various settings reflective of current practice. Students must complete a minimum of two 12-week placements. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 595 Clinical Affiliation in Physical Therapy ([2-10]-, max. 30) Robinson
Clinical practice of physical therapy techniques under supervision in community-based clinics. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 596 Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology (4) Kraft
Didactic course covering electromyography and clinical neurophysiology. First part covers basic neurophysiology and second covers electromyography, nerve conduction studies, somatosensory-evoked potentials, residual- and auditory-evoked potentials, single fiber EMG, late response, quantitative analysis, and macro EMG. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine; others by permission of instructor.
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REHAB 597 Electromyography and Electrodiagnosis Laboratory (1-) Kraft
Elective work in clinical electromyography and other electrodiagnostic methods. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine; others by permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 598 Electromyography and Electrodiagnosis Laboratory (-1-) Kraft
Elective work in clinical electromyography and other electrodiagnostic methods. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine; others by permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 599 Electromyography and Electrodiagnosis Laboratory (-1) Kraft
Elective work in clinical electromyography and other electrodiagnostic methods. Prerequisite: resident standing in rehabilitation medicine; others by permission of instructor. Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 685 P-Chronic Disease and Disability (4) McNalley
Structured clinical experience on rehabilitation medicine services. Differences between acute and chronic medicine, identification of disability problems, and therapeutic techniques for removing disability. Hospitals are within University system, local area, and WWAMI area. Prerequisite: third-year medical student standing.
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REHAB 686 P-Rehabilitation Medicine Clerkship - Pediatrics (8/12) McNalley
Incorporates material of REHAB 685 and expands into disabling pediatric disease. School planning, family counseling, community support services included. Four- or six-week package permits inpatient, outpatient, and consultation experience. Recommended for students contemplating pediatrics. Prerequisite: third-year medical student standing.
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REHAB 687 P-Rehabilitation Medicine Clerkship (8/12) McNalley
Incorporates material of REHAB 685 and expands into disability problems. Four- or six-week package permits inpatient, outpatient, and consultation experience. Recommended for careers in family medicine, internal medicine, rheumatology, cardiology, neurology, geriatrics, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, and cardiovascular surgery. Prerequisite: third-year medical student standing.
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REHAB 689 P-Spinal Cord Injury (8/12) McNalley
Introduction to diagnosis, management, rehabilitation of patients with spinal-cord injuries. Interaction with rehabilitation team, psychiatrists, and subspecialists in urology, neurosurgery, and plastic surgery. Performance at subintern level expected. Veterans' Administration Medical Center only. Prerequisite: MED 665, SURG 665.
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REHAB 697 P-Rehabilitation Medicine Special Elective (*, max. 24) McNalley
Equivalent to REHAB 686, REHAB 687, or REHAB 688. Student arranges with another university, using the "special assignment form." Students qualify after review, similar experience at another university. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
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REHAB 699 P-WWAMI Rehabilitation Medicine Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions other than the University of Washington located within the WWAMI region. Prerequisite: permission of department.
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REHAB 700 Master's Thesis (*-)
Credit/no-credit only.
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REHAB 800 Doctoral Dissertation in (*-)
Offered: AWSpS.
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REHAB 801 Practice Doctorate Project/Capstone ([1-4]-, max. 12)
Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.
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