General Movements Assessment ( An Annotated Bibliography

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• General Movements Assessment (Summer 2014) o As an innovative teaching practice, the student completed an annotated bibliography regarding the General Movements Assessment (see Artifact XI.F.vi.1). This annotated bibliography was subsequently utilized for development of the Institutional Review Board Application (submitted to Cleveland Clinic and Cleveland State University) as well as with faculty development of regional and national conference presentations (Using Prechtl’s Assessment of General Movements to Determine Long-Term Neurobehavioral Sequelae in a Neonate with Congenital Pneumonia; Making Sense of the Baby Brain: Use of Prechtl 's Assessment of General Movements to Predict Neurological Impairments in the Neonate; and…show more content…
This annotated bibliography helped to provide evidence to support development of a program designed to integrate use of the interactive metronome during therapy for children with special needs. • Smart Wheel (Summer 2014) o As an innovative teaching practice aimed to bridge didactic learning with clinical experience, this special topic elective was created in collaboration with a clinician at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation. The student was jointly supervised by the clinician and me, with student outcomes that included learning about the research process as well as gaining clinical observation experiences in pediatrics, which are otherwise limited as part of our current curriculum. The student project entailed completion of an annotated bibliography. Its content specifically identified evidence-based protocols to potentially implement as standard clinical practice with pediatric patients at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation. • Torticollis and Strabismus (Summer 2014) o As an innovative teaching practice aimed to bridge didactic learning with clinical experience, this special topic elective was created in collaboration with a clinician at the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation. The student was jointly supervised by the clinician and me, with student outcomes that included learning about the research process as well as gaining clinical
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