Student Research Day
Please join us for the 38th Annual MSc PT Student Research Day!
Watch MScPT and MScRR (PT) students present their research proposals.
When: Friday, April 29th, 2022. 12:30 PM - 5:05 PM
Where: In-person CHEB 170/140 on Carleton Campus. 5793 University Ave. (Masks required).
|Time||CHEB, ROOOM 170||CHEB, ROOM 140|
|12:30||Opening Remarks - NSPA President Monica MacDonald and Scott Kehler|
|12:45||The Influence of Dual-Task Virtual Reality Training, in Comparison to a Conventional Intervention, onDynamic Balance Improvement in Patients with Stage 3 Parkinson’s Disease||The Effects of Resistance Training on Cancer-relat- ed Fatigue in People with Lung Cancer Treated by Resection|
|1:15||The Effects of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Cardiovascular Health for Individuals who are at High Risk for Cardiovascular Disease||A Resistance-Based Exercise Program for Post- Operative Patients with Lung Cancer to Improve Functional Status and Quality of Life|
|1:45||The Impact of Bed Rest and Physical Activity on Frailty and Clinical Outcomes in Patients who are Hospitalized and Awaiting Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation||Patellar Tendinopathy Heavy Slow Resistance Pre- vention Program: A Pilot Feasibility Study|
|2:15||Examining the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mobility of Long-Term Care Residents in New Brunswick||Rehabilitation Goals of Long-Term Care Residents with Moderate to Severe Cognitive Impairments-From the Perspective of Residents, Family, and Staff|
|2:45||Coffee and Snack Break-CHEB, Room 170|
|3:05||Anticipatory and Reactionary EMG and Knee Joint Ki- nematics Between Male and Female Athletes during Single-Leg Landing Tasks: Relevance to Non-Contact ACL Injuries||Mapping the available evidence regarding the effects of exercise on physical and cognitive function among individuals post-COVID-19 infection|
|3:35||Motor Skill Acquisition using Action Observation of Learning and Skilled Models in a Dart Throwing Task||A Review of Physiotherapist Knowledge and Prescription Habits of Physical Activity Across Various Experience Levels and Settings in Nova Scotia|
|4:05||Is 30 minutes of Continuous Walking an Appropriate Exercise Prescription for both Males and Females with Moderate Clinical Knee Osteoarthritis? A Comparative Study||Learning Model Action Observation: An Investigation in Long-Term Motor Learning Outcomes|
|4:35||Probing Motor Simulation Theory by Examining the Role of the Supplementary Motor Area in Effort Perception During Motor Imagery||Investigating the relationship between trunk deviation and quadriceps strength during stair use in individuals with early knee osteoarthritis|
|Thank you to our Research Day Sponsors, the Physiotherapy Associations of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island.