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Spring 2022 Physical Therapy N9802 section 004
Foundations in Movement Science Research
Found Mvmt Science Resear

Call Number 18288
Points 3
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructors Jacqueline Montes
Debra Krasinski
Ashwini Rao
Maggie O'Neil
Type SEMINAR
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description This required course during the first year of the EdD curriculum is the second in a two-course series designed to provide the doctoral student with foundational skills and knowledge and an understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of rehabilitation research to efficiently progress through the doctoral studies and develop as a scholar. Following the first course that focused on personal and professional skills to become an independent investigator, this semester will focus on writing a research proposal. Proposal writing is an essential skill necessary for a successful research career. This course will focus on understanding the components of a research proposal and the review process. Fundamental skills include translating a research question or topic of interest into hypothesis-driven specific aims, developing a research strategy, choosing outcome measures, presenting preliminary data, and innovation and relevance to the field and community. Also important is developing a personal statement and summary of accomplishments. This biosketch is critical to affirming your qualification for the proposed work. The course fosters a culture to embrace the iterative process of writing a research proposal. It also encourages taking intellectual risks and embraces the peer-review approach as part of our collective and collaborative research skill development.  Building on the literature review and research question in development as part of the first semester, this semester will create a full research proposal. Students will learn the elements of a research proposal with a specific focus on NIH and APTA formats. It is a practical class where, throughout the semester, students will write their proposal in an iterative process whilst providing and receiving feedback to and
Web Site Vergil
Department Physical Therapy
Enrollment 6 students (10 max) as of 5:37PM Friday, July 1, 2022
Subject Physical Therapy
Number N9802
Section 004
Division College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy
Campus Presbyterian Hospital
Section key 20221PHYT9802M004

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