Question Title

* 1. Which of the following "algorithms" or "clinical prediction rules" have you heard of?

Question Title

* 2. Consider the following examples of "algorithms" or "clinical prediction rules", along with any additional algorithms that you may be familiar with:

- Ottawa Ankle Rules
- Clustering Tests for Cervical Radiculopathy (Spurlings Test, Decompression Test, Upper Nerve Tension Test, etc)
- Wells Criteria for DVT
- Canadian Cervical Spine Rules
- Algorithms from Continuing Education Courses (FMS/SFMA, PRI, FRC, Mckenzie, etc)

In general, do you find these types of algorithms to be useful for clinical practice?

Question Title

* 3. Which of the following "algorithms" or "clinical prediction rules" have you committed to memory?

Question Title

* 4. Consider the following treatment algorithm published in the research journal "Spine" (Flynn 2002):

If low back pain patients are positive for 4 or more of the following criteria, there is a 95% probability of a success in response to spinal manipulation:

- Lumbar hypomobility
- Hip Internal Rotation > 35 degrees
- Duration of symptoms < 16 days
- FABQ score < 19
- No radiating symptoms distal to knee

If the patient tests positive for 3 or less of these criteria, the likelihood of success in response to spinal manipulation decreases to 45%.

Question Title

* 5. Which of the following do you find to be barriers to the adoption of "algorithms" or "clinical prediction rules" in practice:

Question Title

* 6. Consider the following algorithms, along with any additional algorithms you may use in clinical practice:

- Ottawa Ankle Rules
- Clustering Tests for Cervical Radiculopathy (Spurlings Test, Decompression Test, Upper Nerve Tension Test, etc)
- Wells Criteria for DVT
- Canadian Cervical Spine Rules
- Algorithms from Continuing Education Courses (FMS/SFMA, PRI, FRC, Mckenzie, etc)

If a mobile app were available that allowed for therapists to input patient information into preprogrammed algorithms, and then instantly receive the outcomes of the algorithm along with relevant assessment, treatment, or referral guidelines, would you find this useful?

Question Title

* 7. If a mobile app were available to assist therapists with treatment algorithms, would you like the ability to add in your own algorithms or would you like the algorithms to be pre-built for you?

Question Title

* 8. How many hours per week do you currently spend with patient Documentation?

Question Title

* 9. If a mobile app were available to input verbal or touch-box stimulated values during an assessment or treatment session and use this information to create auto-generated Patient Documentation, would you find this useful?

Question Title

* 10. If an app were available that generated Patient Documentation reports based off of input obtained during a session, how many hours per week do you anticipate this would save you?

Question Title

* 11. If an app were available to assist therapists with treatment algorithms or Patient Documentation generation, would you prefer to input information using verbal commands or prepopulated touch boxes?

Question Title

* 12. If an app were available to assist therapists with treatment algorithms or Patient Documentation, what features would you most like to see?

Question Title

* 13. Are you aware of any currently existing apps or technological services that assist with algorithms or Patient Documentation? If so, what are their names?

Question Title

* 14. What do you believe would be a fair price for an app that assisted with treatment algorithms and saved time with patient Documentation?

Question Title

* 15. During PT sessions, which of the following technological devices do you have access to:

0 of 15 answered
 

T