Concurrent Validity Between Live and Home Video Observations Using the Alberta Infant Motor Scale

This article, published in the April 2017 Pediatric Physical Therapy Journal, explores the utility of home videos taken by parents for using the AIMS to assess gross motor function compared to live observations.

Course Code:

LMS-946

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CPTA2018-19

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No

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Yes

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1909019TX

Completion Instructions

Read article, listen to the recorded Q and A session, complete the assessment with at least a 70% score, claim certificate.

Course level

Intermediate

Date published

01/22/2018

Delivery method

Text

Instructor(s)

Marike Boonzaaijer, PT, MSc; Ellen van Dam, PT, MSc; Ingrid C. van Haastert, PT, PhD; Jacqueline Nuysink, PT, PhD

Learning objectives

  1. Discuss the background literature cited in the introduction to the study.
  2. Describe the research methodology employed by the authors as it pertains to the methods, procedures, and statistical analysis.
  3. Familiarize themselves with study design, participants, assessment tool, and digital questionnaire, as they relate to this study
  4. Discuss the study results, especially the validity reliability and feasibility of the video method.
  5. Discuss the strengths and limitations of this study.
  6. Analyze the relevance of this knowledge to own clinical setting and practice.

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Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy

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#Lessons:
1Copy of RECORDING_ Summer 2017 Region V Journal Discussion.mp4
2Assessment_Live and Home Videos
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Type:E-Learning Course
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Tags:van Dam, AIMS, Pediatrics, Boonzaaijer, van Haastert, Nuysink
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