Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program

Important Resources

 

 

Rehabilitation Sciences Summer 2010 Courses

RHB 789 Section 021 The Foot and Ankle: Understanding Structure to Function using the Best Available Evidence.

Course Instructor: Thomas McPoil, PhD, PT, ATC

 Dates of Course: July 22- July 24, 2010

Place: TBD

Credit Hours: 3

 

Presentations from the Spring 2008 Colloquium

Building a Research Career in Rehabilitation I
Ralph Nitkin, Ph.D.  National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR)

Building a Research Career in Rehabilitation II
Ralph Nitkin, Ph.D. National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research (NCMRR)

 

Presentations from the Fall 2007 Colloquium
August 23, 2007

Educational and Training Opportunities Available to the Clinical Translational Scientist. Thomas H. Kelly, PhD

Development of a Functional Independence Research Center (FIRe Center) at UKY. Charlotte Peterson, PhD

Reducing the Translation Load: Examples from Field Research in Occupational Therapy. Doris Pierce, Ph.D., OTR/L, FAOTA

Introduction to Bibliographic Software "EndNote"  and Accessing Distance Learning Resources. Maureen Dwyer, MS, ATC

Orientation Presentation to New and Returning Students. Carl G. Mattacola, Ph.D., ATC