RSCH 2501 Week 1 Lecture Slides

RSCH 2501 Week 1 Lecture Slides - RSCH 2501 Introduction to...

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Unformatted text preview: RSCH 2501 Introduction to Research Methods philosophy art science Associate Professor, Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity Chair, Institutional Review Board Life grad, practicing DC since 1983 Graduate student, Georgia State University (MS exercise science, biomechanics) [email protected] office (770) 426-2641 cell (404) 317-2842 c. 1998 Brent S. Russell, DC RSCH 2501 Introduction to Research Methods Associate Professor, Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity Chair, Institutional Review Board Life grad, practicing DC since 1983 Graduate student, Georgia State University (MS exercise science, biomechanics) [email protected] office (770) 426-2641 cell (404) 317-2842 Brent S. Russell, DC (?) RSCH 2501 Introduction to Research Methods [email protected] office (770) 426-2641 cell (404) 317-2842 OFFICE LOCATION Administration Building Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity OFFICE LOCATION: Administration Building Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity Research cred ? Just came out last month….. A recent project: Evaluation of lumbar lordosis with and without high-heeled shoes w/ Drs. Kimberly Muhlenkamp & Kathryn Hoiriis Association of Chiropractic Colleges – Research Agenda Conference Papers published in journals: Carpal tunnel syndrome and the "double crush" hypothesis: a review and implications for chiropractic. Chiropractic & Osteopathy, April 2008. Conference on the Biology of Manual Therapies: A Special Report . Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, December 2006 (co-author: Dr. Kathryn Hoiriis) A suspected case of ulnar tunnel syndrome relieved by chiropractic extremity adjustment methods . Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Nov/Dec 2003. “in review” with the Journal of Chiropractic Education: A comparison of performance at different levels of clinic advancement examinations in a chiropractic college program Brent S. Russell, DC Kathryn T. Hoiriis, DC Joseph Guagliardo, DC current projects: Low back pain response to pelvic tilt position w/ principal author: Dr. Salvatore Minicozzi and student Katie Ray Gait analysis of patients with chronic low back pain, before & after chiropractic adjustment thesis proposal at Georgia State, w/ Drs. Mark Geil, Jian-hua Wu, & Kathryn Hoiriis Introduction to Research Methods AIMS & GOALS As a practicing doctor, you will be a professional consumer of research,...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course RSCH 2501 taught by Professor Brents.russell during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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RSCH 2501 Week 1 Lecture Slides - RSCH 2501 Introduction to...

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