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SHP Shows its Work at Health Sciences Research Day

Health Sciences Research Day is an annual event sponsored by the MU Institute for Clinical and Translational Science to highlight the extraordinary original research was done by undergraduate, medical, nursing and health professions students, as well as predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees. The School of Health Professions was well represented this year, with nine posters presented.

Health Professions research posters covered a wide range of topics, from The Sensitivity of Patellofemoral Contact to MPFL Ligament to Disparities in Access and Utilization in Healthcare Services for Children With and Without Special Needs.



Introducing an On-Demand Model for GoBabyGo Early Childhood Power Mobility Provision

Kayleen Brady, BHS, Lydia Ely, BHS, Bailey Mittman, BHS, Nikki Pieczko, BHS

Lee Silverman Voice Treatment®– BIG with Stroke: A Case Study

Bridget Comparato, MOTS; Casey Ladlie, MOTS; Molly Tedrow, MOTS; Shea Scholl

Feasibility of a Complex Intervention for Addressing Motor Performance and Activity Limitations Post-stroke

Anna Boone,MSOT, PhD




To see more of SHP at HRD, check-out the Smugmug Gallery.