Neurologic & Older Adult Journal Club

A Journal Club is sponsored by the NOA clinic for medical practioners interested in the rehabilitation of older adults and those with neurologic conditions.  The purpose of the Journal Club is to critically review the current literature on topics of particular interest to those treating these patient populations and to encourage integration of this information into patient care.  The NOA Journal Club meets in McKinly Laboratory, Room 337, University of Delaware. 

If you are interested in participating contact Darcy Reisman, PhD, PT Assitant Professor and NOA Clinic Faculty Liaison at (302) 831-0508 or e-mail dreisman@udel.edu
 
 

 

Links to Articles:

Date:t

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Location: NOA PT Clinic, Ground Floor

Title: The Wolf Motor Function Test

Articles:
1.Morris DM, et al (2001).The Reliability of the Wolf Motor Function Test for Assessing Upper Extremity Function After Stroke.

2. Wu C, et al (2010). Assessing the Strealined Wolf Motor Function Test as an Outcome Measure for Stroke Rehabilitation.

3. Yancosek KE, et al (2008). A Narrative Review of Dexterity Assessments.

4. Lin K, et al (2009). Minimal Detectable Change and Clinically Important Difference of the Wolf Motor Fucntion Test in Stroke Patients.

5. Fritz SL, et al (2009). Minimal Detectable Change Scores for the Wolf Motor Fucntion Test.

 

 

 

 

 




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