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Physiotherapy Canada announces Silver Quill prizes - March 30, 2009 7:31:59 PM   
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The Editorial Board of Physiotherapy Canada is pleased to announce the winner of the Silver Quill prize for the BEST RESEARCH ARTICLE published in the journal in the year 2008:

Ploughman M, Shears J, Hutchings L, Osmond M. Constraint-induced Movement Therapy for Severe Upper-Extremity Impairment after Stroke in an Outpatient Rehabilitation Setting: A Case Report. Physiotherapy Canada. 2008;60:161-170.

The Silver Quill Award is given annually to the best research article published in the journal in the previous volume year, as selected by the advisory board and editors. The winner is recognized at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association?s annual congress and receives a prize of $1,000.

To access this 2008 prize-winning article or any of the previous winners, visit Physiotherapy Canada online at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/121052/

Previous research prize winners include:

2007 ? Nussbaum E, Van Zuylen J, Jing F. Transmission of Light through Human Skin Folds during Phototherapy: Effects of Physical Characteristics, Irradiation Wavelength, and Skin-Diode Coupling.  Physiotherapy Canada. 2007;59:194-207.

2006 ? Barreca SR, Stratford PW, Masters LM, Lambert CL, Griffiths J, McBay C. Validation of Three Shortened Versions of the Chedoke Arm and Hand Activity Inventory. Physiotherapy Canada. 2006;58:148-156.

Physiotherapy Canada is the international, scientific, peer-review journal published by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
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The Editorial Board of Physiotherapy Canada announces the winner of the Silver Quill prize for the BEST KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION ARTICLE published in the journal in the year 2008:

Miller P. Self-Assessment: The Disconnect between Research and Rhetoric. Physiotherapy Canada. 2008;60:117-124.

The Silver Quill Award is given annually to the best knowledge translation article published in the journal in the previous volume year, as selected by the advisory board and editors. The winner is recognized at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association?s annual congress and receives a prize of $1,000.. 

To access this 2008 prize-winning article or any of the previous winners, visit Physiotherapy Canada online at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/121052/

Previous research prize winners include:

2007 ? Reid WD, Kelm C, Hopkins-Rosseel D, Brooks D. The Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implications for Physiotherapists. Physiotherapy Canada. 2007;59:218-228.

2006 ? Bainbridge LA, Harris SR. Informed Shared Decision-Making: A Model for Physical Therapy Education and Practice?  Physiotherapy Canada. 2006;58:74-81.

Physiotherapy Canada is the international, scientific, peer-review journal published by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
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The Editorial Board of Physiotherapy Canada is pleased to announce the winner of the Silver Quill prize for the BEST STUDENT RESEARCH ARTICLE published in the journal in the year 2008:

Petrus C, Adamson SR, Block L, Einarson SJ, Sharifnejad M, and Harris SR. Effects of Exercise Interventions on Stereotypic Behaviours in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Physiotherapy Canada. 2008;60:134-145.

The Silver Quill Award is given annually to the best student research article published in the journal in the previous volume year, as selected by the advisory board and editors. The winner is recognized at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association?s annual congress and receives a prize of $1,000.. 

To access this 2008 prize-winning article or any of the previous winners, visit Physiotherapy Canada online at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/121052/

Previous research prize winners include:

2007 ? Reid A, Birmingham TB, Alcock G. Efficacy of Mobilization with Movement for Patients with Limited Dorsiflexion after Ankle Sprain: A Crossover Trial. Physiotherapy Canada. 2007;59:166-172.

2006 ? O?Brien K, Nixon S, Tynan A, Glazier RH. Aerobic Exercise Interventions for People Living wit HIV/AIDS: Implications for Practice, Education, and Research. Physiotherapy Canada. 2006;58:114-129.

Physiotherapy Canada is the international, scientific, peer-review journal published by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

For more information on Physiotherapy Canada or for submissions information, please contact
Physiotherapy Canada
Editorial Office
2345 Yonge Street, Suite 410
Toronto, Ontario   M4P 2E5  Canada
Tel: 416-932-1888 or 800-387-8679
Fax: 416-932-9708
Email: information@physiotherapy.ca
http://www.utpjournals.com/physio/physio.html

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