RHB doctoral candidate Katherine Maddy recently published an article titled "Current practices regarding discourse analysis and treatment following non-aphasic brain injury: A qualitative study" in the Journal of Interactional Research and Communication Disorders.
RHB doctoral student Brian Gregg has a new publication in Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, titled "The Kawa River Model: Applying Theory to Develop Interventions for Combat and Operational Stress Control." You can find the article at this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0164212X.2015.1075453
The newest issue of the International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy includes a publication from current and former members of UK's RHB doctoral and AT master's programs. The full text article, titled "Sustained Isometric Contraction on Muscular Strength and Endurance: A Randomized Clinical Trial" can be found here:
Dr. Ben Kibler and RHB doctoral candidtate Aaron Sciascia have a new publication titled "Current Practice for the Diagnosis of a SLAP Lesion: Systematic Review and Physician Survey" in Arthroscopy.
The full text article can be viewed here:
Eastern Kentucky University will offer a graduate level qualitative research course in the spring of 2016. For more details go to this address:
The University of Kentucky's Center for Muscle Biology, Department of Physiology, and College of Health Sciences have collaborated on a newly accepted publication in the Journal of Physiology titled "Intrinsic Muscle Clock is Necessary for Musculoskeletal Health."
The full text can be found here:
Former UK post-doctoral research fellow and current University of Connecticut faculty member Lindsey Lepley recently received the 2015 New Investigator Award from the New England Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine.
Associate Professor in Rehabilitation Sciences Tim Butterfield has been announced as the 2016 Marjorie A. King Research to Reality Presenter for the Eastern Athletic Trainers' Association. Dr. Butterfield's presentation is titled "The architectural determinants of skeletal muscle function, and how they can be used to optimize our rehabilitation protocols."
The original announcement can be viewed here: http://goeata.org/research_reality_presenters.htm
The Wildcats Ankle Research (WAR) team has a new publication in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. View the full text article here: