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Upcoming Grand Rounds

On Wednesday, January 28th, Dr. Aiko K. Thompson, Associate Professor of the Department of Health Sciences and Research, Medical University of South Carolina, will present on “Changing Muscle Evoked Responses to Improve Locomotion after Spinal Cord Injury"

Bring your lunch and learn! Questions? Contact D'Andra Roper-Shine, Program Assistant @2-3117

At the completion of this activity, the participants will:
1.  Recognize roles of spinal cord pathways and spinal cord plasticity in motor control and motor skill learning
2.  Recognize changes in spinal cord pathways after spinal cord injury
3.  Discuss how operant conditioning of muscle evoked responses can improve spastic gait in people after spinal cord injury.

Approved for 1 contact hour of CME
CME approval is automatic approval for SC PT CEUs and should qualify for OT CEUs
Activity will provide 1.0 ANCC contact hour

Previous Grand Rounds

EditionPresenterTitleSlides (pdf)Video
Fall 2014Yue Cao, PhDSubjective and Objective Environmental Factors' Influence and Spinal Cord InjurySLIDESVIDEO
Summer 2014James Krause, PhDSecondary Health Conditions and SCI: What have we Learned Over the Past Five YearsSLIDESVIDEO
Spring 2014Jeffery Tubbs, MDAmbulation after Spinal Cord InjurySLIDESVIDEO
Winter 2014Susan Newman, PhD, RN, CRRNA Peer Navigator Health Promotion Intervention for People with SCI.SLIDESVIDEO
Fall 2013Mark Nash, PhDCardiometabolic Component Hazards Accompanying SCI: Guideline-Driven Approaches for Effective Risk ManagementSLIDESVIDEO
Summer 2013Janet Lynne Peart Niemeier, PhD, ABPPSpinal Cord Injury and Co-Occurring Traumatic Brain InjurySLIDESVIDEO
Winter 2013MJ Mulcahey, PhD, OTR\LWhat Do We Know About Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury?SLIDESVIDEO
Fall 2012Sarah Morrison, PT, PhDLife Care Planning Projections for People with SCI: A Measure of Therapeutic Intervention EffectivenessSLIDESVIDEO
Summer 2012Chris M. Gregory, PT, PhDTherapeutic Approaches Targeting Skeletal Muscle Plasticity after SCISLIDESVIDEO
Spring 2012Michael Devivo, DrPHTrends in Life Expectancy and Causes of Death Following Spinal Cord InjurySLIDESVIDEO
Winter 2012Sara Kraft, PT, DPTThe Seating Interface for the Individual with SCI: Minimizing Risk and Maximizing FunctionSLIDESVIDEO
Fall 2011Anbesaw Selassie, DrPHVenous Thromboembolism and Early Access to Rehabilitation among Persons with Acute Traumatic Spinal CordSLIDESVIDEO
Summer 2011James Krause, PhDPreventing Secondary Health Conditions and Promoting Longevity after SCISLIDESVIDEO
Spring 2011Joycelyn Craig, BSN, RN, CRRNEvery Patient with SCI Deserves a "Turn": How, When, and Why!SLIDESVIDEO
Winter 2011Mark Bowden, PhD, PTLocomotor Recovery after Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: Balancing Innovation and ExpectationSLIDESVIDEO
Fall 2010Susan Newman, PhD, RN, CRRN

Beyond the Hospital Walls: The Community Through the Eyes of People with SCI

Summer 2010Deborah Backus, PhD, PTTranslating Evidence into Practice to Allow the Person with SCI to Achieve Greater Healthnot availableVIDEO
Spring 2010Rod Adkins, PhDMetabolic Syndrome and Spinal Cord InjurySLIDESnot available
Winter 2010James Krause, PhDSecondary Conditions: Individuals with Spinal Cord InjurySLIDESnot available

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