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Research publications

  • 2015 Courage Kenny Research Center publications and presentations

    Papers

    Oddsson LIE, Finkelstein MJ, Meissner S. Feasibility of Early Functional Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke Survivors using the Balance-Bed – A Technology that Emulates Microgravity. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.

    Dahlquist M, Leisz MC, Finkelstein M. The Club-Level Road Cyclist: Injury, Pain and Performance. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 25(2):88-94, 2015.

    McCulloch, KL, Goldman, S, Lowe, L., Radomski, MV, Reynolds, J, Shapiro, R, West, TA (2015). Development of clinical recommendations for progressive return to activity after military mild traumatic brain injury: Guidance for rehabilitation providers. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 30 (1), 56-67.

    Radomski MV, Anheluk MA, Bartzen MP, Zola J (in press). Cognitive intervention to improve occupational performance after traumatic brain injury: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy.

    Gillick BT, Feyma T, Menk J, Usset M, Vaith A, Wood TJ, Worthington R, Krach LE. Safety and Feasibility of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Pediatric Hemiparesis: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study. Physical Therapy 2015. 95(3): 337-349. PMID 25412621

    Gillick BT, Krach LE, Feyma T, Rich TL, Moberg K, Menk J, Cassidy J, Kimberly T, Carey JR. Safety of primed repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation and modified constraint-induced movement therapy in a randomized controlled trial in pediatric hemiparesis. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2015. 96 (4 suppl): S104-13. Doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2014.09.012

    Gillick B, Menk J, Mueller B, Meekins G, Krach LE, Feyma T, Rudser K. Synergistic effect of combined transcranial direct current stimulation/constraint-induced movement therapy in children and young adults with hemiparesis: study protocol. BMC Pediatrics 2015. 15: 178-188.

    Agarwal SK, Kriel RL, Cloyd JC, Coles LD, Scherkenbach LA, Tobin MH, Krach LE. A Pilot Study Assessing Pharmacokinetics and Tolerability of Oral and Intravenous Baclofen in Health Adult Volunteers. Journal of Child Neurology 2015. 30(1): 37-41DOI: 10.1177/0883073814535504

    Books

    Weightman, MM, Radomski, MV, Mashima, PA, Roth CR (2015). Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation     Toolkit. Fort Sam Houston, TX: Borden Institute.

    Manuscripts 

    Manuscripts (submitted or in preparation) Weightman MM, McCulloch KL, Radomski MV, Finkelstein M, Cecchini A, Davidson L, Heaton KJ, Smith L, Scherer M.  Further development of the Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance: Iterative Reliability Testing.  Submitted to the Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development (20 October 2015).

    Presentations

    Task Area P US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory Review and Analysis: The Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance: Validation of a Dual-Task and Multitask Protocol (14740), (Weightman MM) January 29, 2015.

    Inertial sensors detect subtle mobility differences in soldiers with persistent concussion symptoms: preliminary findings for the instrumented stand and walk (Scherer M, Finkelstein M, McCulloch K, Smith L, Weightman MM), APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN February 5, 2015.

    Inertial sensors detect subtle mobility differences in Soldiers with persistent concussion symptoms: Preliminary findings for the Instrumented Stand and Walk. (Scherer MR, Finkelstein M, McCulloch K, Smith L, Weightman MM) APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN February 6, 2015.

    Performance-based assessment for adults with cognitive impairments: Research findings and practice implications. (Radomski MV, Davidson L, Dawson D, Goverover Y, Wolf T). American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN April 2015

    Chemobrain: Why is this happening to me and what can I do about it. (Radomski MV). Cancer Survivorship Conference. University of Minnesota. May 2015

    Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance. (Weightman MM, Radomski MV, Scherer M). Return to Duty Toolkit Working Group Symposium, Fort Detrick, MD, September 2, 2015.

    How Health Services Research can Ensure Rehabilitation Aligns with the Objectives of Healthcare Reform. (Leland N, Gage B, Deutsch A, Mallinson T, Flinn N, Graham J, Reistetter T, Benuciek J, Roberts P). American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference Houston, TX October 26, 2015

    A National Initiative in Cancer Rehabilitation. (Stout NL, Raj V, Silver J, Radomski MV). ACRM Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX October 29, 2015.

    Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance multi-task components: Informing return to duty after concussion and Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance dual-task components: Informing return to duty after concussion.  (Weightman MM, Radomski MV, Scherer M, McCulloch K).  ACRM Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX October 29, 2015.

    Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance dual-task components: Informing return to duty after concussion.  (Weightman MM, Radomski MV, Scherer M, McCulloch K). ACRM Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX October 29, 2015.

    Posters

    Inter-rater reliability of the Assessment of Military Multitasking Performance: A test battery for concussed Service Members. (Cecchini A, McMillan H, Cleveland C, Weightman MM, McCulloch K). Womack Army Medical Center Research Symposium, Fort Bragg, NC May 5, 2015

    Chronic Disease Self-Management Program: A Tool for Increasing Patient Activation in Persons with Disabilities. (Flinn N, Foo S, Kelley T). AcademyHealth Annual Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN June 13-19, 2015

    Chronic Disease Self-Management Program: A Tool for Improving Depression and Patient Activation in Persons with Disabilities and Multiple Chronic Conditions. (Flinn N,Foo S, Kelley T). AcademyHealth Annual Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN June 13-19, 2015

    A Medical Home for Persons with Disabilities and Complex Health Conditions: Improved Health and Patient Engagement, Decreased Cost. (Flinn N, Foo S, Kelley T, Street H). AcademyHealth Annual Research Conference, Minneapolis, MN June 13-19, 2015

    Instrumented stand and walk in single and dual-task conditions in Soldiers with persistent concussion symptoms, (Weightman MM, Finkelstein M, McCulloch K, Scherer M). ACRM Annual Conference, Dallas, TX October 28-30, 2015

    Self-identified needs and priorities of rehabilitation outpatients with brain cancer and their family careers (Tripp C, Radomski M, Anderson T, Hutchison N). ACRM Annual Conference, Dallas, TX October 28-30, 2015

    A Medical Home for Persons with Disabilities. (Flinn N, Street H, Foo S, Kelley T). ACRM October 2015

    The Nuts and Bolts of a Disability-Knowledgeable Primary Care Model. (Flinn N, Street H). ACRM Annual Conference October 2015

     “Hoping to Climb a Two Foot Step-Ladder”:  Self-Identified Needs and Priorities of Rehabilitation Outpatients with Brain Cancer and Their Caregivers. (Tripp C, Radomski MV, Anderson T, Hutchison N, Pratt R) ACRM Annual Conference October 2015