ISS 2017 Program
 

 


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Symposium Schedule Day 1

Thursday, March 2, 2017

1:00pm: Instructional Sessions


8:30am • 1:00pm • 2:30pm • 4:00pm • 5:30pm • 8:00pm


IC01: Using The Science of Materials to Compare Wheelchair Cushions (Intermediate)

Darren Hammond, MPT, PT, CWS
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IC02: Complex Rehab Technology Update (Beginner)

Donald E Clayback

IC03: What's in a Back?(Beginner)

Jane E Fontein, OT,  Alli Hyde, MS, OT

IC04: Update on Functional Mobility Assessment and Uniform Data Set (Intermediate)

Mark Schmeler, PhD, OTR/L, ATP,  Richard Schein, PhD, MPH,  Vince Schiappa, MS,  Carmen P Digiovine, PhD, ATP/SMS, RET,  Greg Packer

IC05: The Integration of Wheelchair Mobility and Home Accessibility (Intermediate)

Julie Gaby, MPA, OTR/L, ATP, CAPS,  Amanda Zito

IC06: Go Baby Go? Stakeholder Perceptions of Powered Mobility Provision (Intermediate)

Heather A. Feldner, PT, PhD, PCS,  Cole Galloway, PT, PhD

IC07: The Wheelchair Drive Control as a Critical Positioning Device (Intermediate)

Russ Rolt

IC08: Development of Wheelchair Standards for Less-Resourced Settings (Intermediate)

Anand Mhatre, MIMSE,  Jon Pearlman, PhD

PS1: Paper Session 1

PS1.1: Health Outcomes of Wheelchair Seated Posture in Older Veterans (Advanced)

Lelia S. Barks, PhD, ARNP,  Barbara Crane, PhD, PT, ATP/SMS,  Cynthia Garvan, PhD,  Lisa Brown, PhD,  Gail Powell-Cope, PhD, ARNP, FAAN

PS1.2: Developing a Seating Intervention for Older Veterans(Advanced)

Lelia S. Barks, PhD, ARNP,  Jason Lind, PhD,  Gail Powell-Cope, PhD, ARNP, FAAN

PS1.3: The Experience of Spinal Cord Injury and Wheelchair Use (Intermediate)

Jenny Lieberman, PhD, OTR/L, ATP

PS1.4: Specialty Clinical Experience in Seating and Mobility(Beginner)

Penny J. Powers, PT, MS, ATP,  Renee Brown, PT, Ph.D

 


8:30am • 1:00pm • 2:30pm • 4:00pm • 5:30pm • 8:00pm



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