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  • 1. European Cooperation inOccupational Therapy Research (OTR)and Occupational Science (OS)ECOTROS Researchersin the field of Musculoskeletal DisordersEuropean occupational therapistsinterested in research cooperationSeptember 2010
  • 2. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 2 -In this ECOTROS-Information, you will find information about occupational therapists involved and interested inoccupational therapy research (OTR) and occupational science (OS) in Europe in the field of musculoskeletal dis-orders. Please note that for spam-protection, we replaced the @ by §. Please replace it again for using the e-mail-address.ECOTROS list of researchers in the field of musculoskeletal disordersArranged by surnameDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Older people. Falls. Equipment for disabilityResponsible person Dr Claire Ballinger, London South Bank University (www.lsbu.ac.uk), Centre for Research in(name, address, website) the Allied Health ProfessionsAcademic level PhDE-mail address ballinc§lsbu.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords OT Interventions – Physical environment & assistive technology – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disorders – Older peopleSummary (< 500 words)Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Upper limb Work Related Musculoskeletal DisordersResponsible person Rachel Batteson, Sheffield Hallam University, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing,(name, address, website) www.shu.ac.uk/research/hscAcademic level PhDE-mail address R.Batteson§shu.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords Work based – Musculoskeletal disordersSummary (< 500 words) supervised by Ergonomist, funded by NHSDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Jurgen BroerenAcademic level PhD studentE-mail address jurgen.broeren§mednet.gu.seCountry SwedenInstitution Mednet - Medical Informatics & Computer Assisted Education(name, address, website) The Sahlgrenska Academy at Göteborg University, SWEDEN Box 420, SE405 30 GÖTEBORG (SWEDEN) URL: http://www.mednet.gu.seCooperation interest - Community based – Assessment – Physical environment & assistive technology – Musculo-keywords skeletal disorders – Neurological disordersCooperation interest -  Design, development and evaluation of VR systems targeting the assessment and re-free summary (< 200 habilitation of cognitive and motor functionswords)  Rehabilitation, Virtual Reality, Haptics?, Home rehabilitationDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name C.BrownAcademic level PhD studentE-mail address cabrown§liverpool.ac.ukCountry UKInstitution OT Liverpool(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - Physical environment & assistive technology – Social environment – Musculoskeletal dis-keywords orders – PainCooperation interest -  Pain, complex adaptive systems, scar managementfree summary (< 200words)
  • 3. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 3 -Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Jumana DaibesAcademic level Bachelor studentE-mail address jdaibes§aauj.eduCountry PalestineInstitution Arab American University of Jenin(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - Professional development – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disorderskeywordsCooperation interest - • Physical Dysfunction Rehabilitation, Evidence Based Practicefree summary (< 200words)Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title The mallet finger rehabilitationResponsible person Irena Dychawy-Rosner (Malmö högskola, Fakulteten för Hälsa och samhälle, 205 06 Malmö)(name, address, website) & Stina Brodén, Kristianstad University, Department of Health Sciences & Kristianstad Health Care District, Department of RehabilitationAcademic level PhDE-mail address irena.dychawy.rosner§mah.seCountry SwedenDescription by keywords Musculoskeletal disordersSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by PhD (OT) and Professor in medicine. Funded by Kristianstad University and Local health care boardDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Outcome measures in OT Community practice. Physical disability. Pressure mapping.Responsible person Professor Pamela Eakin, London South Bank University (www.lsbu.ac.uk), Centre for Re-(name, address, website) search in the Allied Health ProfessionsAcademic level D.PhilE-mail address eakinpa§lsbu.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords Community based (including home) – Outcome measures – Professional development – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disordersSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by PhD (OT). funded by Lund University and Local health care boardDate of entrance/update 2008-January-16Name Alison HammondAcademic level PhDE-mail address a.hammond§salford.ac.ukCountry UKInstitution Rehabilitation & Human Performance Research, University of Salford(name, address, website) www.ihscr.salford.ac.uk/CRHPR/Cooperation interest - Health Promotion – OT Interventions – Outcome measures –Musculoskeletal disorders –keywords PainCooperation interest -  patient education in musculoskeletal disorders and chronic widespread pain: (severalfree summary (< 200 RCTs)words)  educational needs  promoting health behaviour change; medicines adherence  evaluation of OT interventions in musculoskeletal disorders (RCTs, qualitative)  work rehabilitation in musculoskeletal disorders  PhD supervisionDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Gun-Marie HarizAcademic level PhDE-mail address gun-marie.hariz§neuro.umu.seCountry Sweden
  • 4. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 4 -Institution Community Medicine & rehabilitation(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - Outcome measures – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disorderskeywordsCooperation interest -  Movement disorders, Parkinson disease, interested in gender related aspects of medi-free summary (< 200 cinewords)  Evaluation of surgery for movement disorders with focus on ADL and HRQoL, gender in medicine, long time follow up of patients with parkinson’s diseaseDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Post fasciectomy night time extension splinting.Responsible person Deborah Hathaway, OT Dept, Therapies, Queen’s Hospital, Belvedere Road, Burton on(name, address, website) Trent, StaffsAcademic level BHScE-mail addressCountry UKDescription by keywords Musculoskeletal disordersSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by Teresa Rushton, MSc Hand Therapy programme leaderDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Minimising the physical & psychological consequences of road traffic crashes Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Cognitive Behavioural TherapyResponsible person Anne-Louise Humphreys, University of Liverpool, www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences(name, address, website)Academic level BScE-mail address lhumph§liv.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords Assessment – OT Interventions – Mental health problems – Musculoskeletal disordersSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by clinical psychology, nursing, social work, funded by University of LiverpoolDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Chris KuiperAcademic level ProfessorE-mail address c.h.z.kuiper§hro.nlCountry NetherlandsInstitution Centre of Excellence Occupation and Health(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - Work based – OT/OS theory & philosophy – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological dis-keywords orders – PainCooperation interest -  Changes in sensation and sensibility patterns by clients with sympathetic reflex dys-free summary (< 200 trophy and other sympathetic maintained pain syndromes and effectiveness of groupwords) education on pain and stress  Occupation and health; decision making by professionals in reintegration towards workDate of entrance/update 2007-May-25Name Danièle KupperAcademic level BachelorE-mail address Daniele.Kupper§hcuge.chCountry SwitzerlandInstitution Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - Hospital based – Assessment – OT Interventions – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurologicalkeywords disordersCooperation interest - Assessment and evidence based interventions in stroke rehabilitation and back painfree summary (< 200words)Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Primary care, stroke, fallers, randomised controlled trials
  • 5. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 5 -Responsible person Pip Logan, University of Nottingham(name, address, website)Academic level PhDE-mail address pip.logan§nottingham.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords Community based (including home) – OT Interventions – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neuro- logical disorders – Older peopleSummary (< 500 words) Funded by Department of HealthDate of entrance/update 2009-Aug-23Name Birgit ProdingerAcademic level PhD studentE-mail address bproding§uwo.caCountry CanadaInstitution The University of Western Ontario,(name, address, website) Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Field of Oc- cupational Science 1201 Western Road, Elborn College, London, Ontario, N6G 1H1 www.uwo.caCooperation interest - Hospital based – Work based – Professional development – Social environment - Musculo-keywords skeletal disordersCooperation interest - I am interested in how health care systems operate within different welfare states and howfree summary (< 200 the ruling of the health care system affects on one hand the agency of health professionalswords) as well as on the other hand the agency of the client. Furthermore, I wonder also about how OTs can contribute to enable clients to participate fully in their everyday life. In regard to my research, I am particularly keen on institutional ethnography. In reference to my area of ex- pertise, my focus is mainly on people with chronic health conditions such as arthritis. I am Austrian, and currently enrolled as a PhD student at The University of Western Ontario in Canada.Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Collaborative community based fatigue management for people with Multiple Sclerosis & The discursive construction of hand injuryResponsible person Katie Robinson, University of Limerick, www.ul.ie(name, address, website)Academic level MScE-mail address katie.robinson§ul.ieCountry IrelandDescription by keywords Community based – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disordersSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by OT, Funded by N/ADate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Project title Patient Education and Tissue ViabilityResponsible person Lesley Stockton, University of Liverpool, www.liv.ac.uk/healthsciences(name, address, website)Academic level PhDE-mail address lesley2§liv.ac.ukCountry UKDescription by keywords Health Promotion – Musculoskeletal disorders – PainSummary (< 500 words) Supervised by N/A, funded by University of LiverpoolDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Silvio ToccoAcademic level BachelorE-mail address silvio.tocco§libero.itCountry ItalyInstitution Policlinico di Modena - Riabilitazione della Mano(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - OT Interventions – Professional development – Musculoskeletal disorders
  • 6. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 6 -keywordsCooperation interest -  RCT, Mallet finger, splinting materialsfree summary (< 200  aspects: best practice, cost-effectivenesswords)Name Turton, AilieDate of entrance/update 2006-May-9Academic level PhDE-mail address ailie.turton§bristol.ac.ukCountry UKInstitution University of Bristol Dep., Experimental Psychology, Bristol(name, address, website)Cooperation interest - OT Interventions – Musculoskeletal disorders – Neurological disorderskeywordsCooperation interest -  Stroke rehabilitation, motor recovery, motor learning, perception and action, unilateralfree summary (< 200 neglectwords)  RCT to evaluate the effect of prism adaptation on independence in self care in patients with unilateral neglect after stroke  RCT to evaluate extra practice in sit to stand in stroke inpatientsDate of entrance/update 2009-January-29Name Lucelle van de Ven-StevensAcademic level PhD studentE-mail address L.vandeVen-Stevens§pmd.umcn.nlCountry The NetherlandsInstitution Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre / Universitair Medisch Centrum St Radboud Research Centre for Allied Health Care(name, address, website) Department of Rehabilitation/Occupational Therapy, 897 PO Box 9101 6500 HB Nijmegen - The Netherlands http://www.umcn.nl/homepageCooperation interest - Assessment – OT Interventions – Outcome measures –Professional development – Muscu-keywords loskeletal disorders (Hand Therapy)Cooperation interest - Hand injuries may affect a person’s ability to successfully engage in day-to-day self-care,free summary (< 200 work, and leisure activities, and for this reason it is important to evaluate a person’s activitywords) limitations. Such assessments are fundamental to decision making, determination of patient progress, and evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment. There is currently no standardized, or universally accepted, evaluation battery for hand thera- py. While instruments to assess body functions and body structures, such as the goniometer or dynamometer, are widely used in clinical practice, there is no consensus on appropriate instruments to assess activity limitations and participation restrictions in patients with hand function problems. For these reasons, we extensively reviewed instruments to assess activity limitations (ac- cording to the definition of the ICF) in persons with hand disorders and their application within the clinical reasoning process, to prepare a (preliminary) core-set of instruments. We select- ed 23 instruments. In the current study, we systematically reviewed the literature on the clini- metric properties of these 23 instruments for assessing activity limitations, to evaluate the clinimetric quality of the instruments.  Ven van de -Stevens L, Munneke M, Terwee CB, Spauwen PHM, Linde van der H. Clinimetric properties of in- struments to assess activities in patients with hand injury: A systematic review of the literature. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2009;90:151-69  Ven -Stevens van de L, Munneke M, Spauwen PHM, Linde van der H. Assessment of activities in patients with hand injury: A review of instruments in use. Br J Hand Ther 2007;12(1):4-14Date of entrance/update 2006-May-9Name Katharina von GarnierAcademic level BachelorE-mail address katharina.v.g§gmx.deCountry GermanyInstitution Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich,(name, address, website) Germany, http://reha.klinikum.uni-muenchen.de/
  • 7. ECOTROS researchers in musculoskeletal disorders Page - 7 -Cooperation interest - Work based – Health Promotion – OT Interventions – Musculoskeletal disorders – PainkeywordsCooperation interest - ICF, OT models, back pain research, health promotion, back pain outcome measures, healthfree summary (< 200 promotion outcome measureswords)Date of entrance/update 20. august 2007Name Eva Ejlersen WæhrensAcademic level Master, PhD studentE-mail address Eva.Wahrens§frh.regionh.dkCountry DenmarkInstitution The Parker Institutet, Frederiksberg Hospital, Ndr. Fasanvej 57, 2000 Frederiksberg C(name, address, website) www.parkerinst.dkCooperation interest - Assessment – Outcome measures – Musculoskeletal disorders – neurological disorders –keywords Chronic PainCooperation interest - Development of occupation based assessments for the purpose of measuring ability to per-free summary (< 200 form everyday life tasks and outcome of intervention.words) Actual focus is on AMPS, ADL Taxonomy, HAQ, WOMAC and FIQ and the use of item-re- sponse theory (Rasch models). Data collections on persons with TBI, stroke, Fibromyalgia, RA and OA.