Types of Cueing and Feedback provided by therapists during stroke rehabilitation

Faculty Name:
Lorie Richards

Department:
Occupational Therapy

Faculty College:
Health

Email:
lorie.richards@hsc.utah.edu


Project Description:

OT, PT and SLPs in the U’s inpatient, and potentially, outpatient rehabilitation clinic will be videotaped during sessions of stroke rehabilitation. Videos will be coded for types of cues/feedback to see what is used and whether client condition, what is being learned, and rehab status influences the type of cues.



Opportunity Type:

Volunteer; This is a work-study research position; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis; Earn independent study credit


Student Role:

completing cognitive screening, videotaping, coding videos, assisting with dissemination materials if desired.


Student Benefits:

learning research process; seeing therapy in action; understanding how types of cues may affect learning


Project Duration:

at least 1 year in duration for the project; student time is negotiable


Minimum Requirements:

ability to understand and adhere to HIPAA requirements and good research conduct; responsible and trustworthy!