INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE EVALUATION

IC 30: Determining Upper Extremity Interventions For Children With Cerebral Palsy: Use of The Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation
Lisa Wagner, DHS, OTR/L; Jon Davids, MD; Laura Peace, OTR/L

Learning Objective:
1) Upon completion, participants will be able to conduct a test that will enhance interdisciplinary communication between physician, therapist and parents for making intervention recommendations.
2) Upon completion, participants will be able to describe the development and indications for the SHUEE.
3) Upon completion, participants will be able to demonstrate the scoring and interpretation of the SHUEE.
4) Upon completion, participants will be able to define the role of the SHUEE in outcome-based clinical decision making, measuring pre and post intervention and providing an educational tool for families.

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* 1. Please indicate your opinion about each of the following statements.

  Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree
The course followed description in the program.
The course began on time and was well paced.
The faculty communicated clearly and effectively.
The course used practical examples to teach points.
The faculty involved participants in the course.
The faculty allowed enough time for questions.
The course met its objectives as stated in the program.
The information presented will help me accomplish my professional responsibilities.
The course has given me a basis for making changes in my practice.

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* 2. Did this course have a commercial bias?

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* 3. Should the Academy repeat this course next year?

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* 4. Please suggest any topics of interest for a future course.

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* 5. General comments:

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