INT7003

Outcome Measurements and Analysis

Course ID
INT7003
Campus
Online
Level
Graduate
Semester
Credit
3
Method
DNSc Core, DScMvt Scientific Inquiry, Online, PhD Scientific Inquiry

Course Description

 

This course discusses the basic quantitative, qualitative, epidemiologic methods and designs, which include basic biostatistics, concepts of reliability and validity, critical appraisal of literature, and the development of a research proposal and clinical guidelines. Evidence-based clinical decision-making, including locating and accessing sources of evidence, evaluating levels of evidence, applying evidence to clinical practice and integrating evidence, patient values and preferences and clinical experience will also be included. 

Relevant test and measures for determining impairment and differentiating the diagnosis based on the specificity and sensitivity of the instrument along with outcome measures relating to functional disability, general health status, and patient/client satisfaction used to assess and guide rehab management will also be discussed.

Time Place Room Date Range Instructor
Asynchronous Online N/A

Courses are taught 100% online to accommodate the working professional.