Covering the full range of rehabilitation research with a clear, easy-to-understand approach, this resource will help you analyze and apply research to practice. Rehabilitation Research: Principles and Applications examines traditional experimental designs as well as nonexperimental and emerging approaches, including qualitative research, single-system design, outcomes research, and survey research. Clinical case studies and references will enhance your skills as a scientist-practitioner. Written by noted educators Russell Carter and Jay Lubinsky, this book emphasizes evidence-based practice within physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other rehabilitation professions.
Evidence-Based Practice chapter provides an overview of the important concepts of EBP and the WHO model of health and disease.
Interdisciplinary author team consisting of a PT and an ASHA dually-certified SLP/AUD brings an interdisciplinary focus and a stronger emphasis on evidence-based practice.
Discipline-specific examples are drawn from three major fields: physical therapy, occupational therapy, and communication sciences and disorders.
Coverage of nonexperimental research includes chapters on clinical case studies and qualitative research, so you understand a wide range of research methods and when it is most appropriate to use each type.
Finding Research Literature chapter includes step-by-step descriptions of literature searches within different rehabilitation professions.
NEW! Completely updated evidence-based content and references makes the information useful for both students and rehab practitioners.
UPDATED! Expanded Single-Subject Designs chapter provides a more thorough explanation and examples of withdrawal, multiple baselines, alternating treatments, and interactions - designs that you can use in everyday clinical practice.
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Number of pages: 512
Weight: 771 g
Dimensions: 235 x 191 x 18 mm
Edition: 5th Revised edition