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* 2. Where is your gait laboratory? (city)

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* 3. Where is your gait laboratory located?

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* 4. How many years have you been working in relation with Clinical Gait Analysis?

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* 5. Which populations of patients mainly undergo Clinical Gait Analyses in your laboratory?

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Cerebral Palsy
Neuromuscular disorders (Myopathy,etc..)
Foot deformations
Spinal injuries
Stroke
Parkinson
Osteoarthritis
Orthotics
Amputees
Sport injuries
Sport performance

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* 6. Are CGA performed in your laboratory reimbursed by?

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* 7. How much (in Euros) does a Clinical Gait Analysis in your institution cost?

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* 8. What is your role in the gait laboratory?

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* 9. How many Clinical Gait Analyses are performed in your laboratory every year?

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* 10. Are you affiliated (membership) with the ESMAC?

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* 11. Do you attend frequently the ESMAC conference?

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* 12. Are you affiliated (membership) with one of the national societies?

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* 13. Do you frequently attend the conferences of one of the national societies?

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* 14. Do you think that a European Clinical Practice Guideline for Gait Analysis is needed?

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* 15. Are you currently participating in a process to set up a national standard for clinical gait analysis?

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* 16. What would be the purposes of a European Clinical Practice Guideline for Gait Analysis?
Please rate importance for each of the following items (importance between 0, not important at all, and 10, extremely important)

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Improve quality of CGA
Reimbursement of CGA
Improve transparency of data related to CGA
Promote CGA as a diagnostic tool
Standardize protocols of GCA
Standardize gait reports
Improve professional training
Improve clinical interpretation of CGA

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* 17. What the European Clinical Practice Guideline for Gait Analysis should cover?

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Resource, environment and facilities (room dimension, facilities for disabled patients, temperature, …)
Staffing (role, expertise, training )
Document control (Protocols, notebook keeping …)
Accreditation, Audit, ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
Equipment management (periodic checking, calibration)
Data collection (protocol, instructions)
Data processing (gap filling, filtering, biomechanical models)
Data quality check
Data management (support formats, sharing, metadata, backup)
Interpretation of data and reporting
Reference data from asymptomatic individuals
Physical examination (range of motion, spasticity, pain, strength, etc)
Clinical conditions for which CGA is appropriate

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* 18. Should the European Clinical Practice Guideline for Gait Analysis include recommendations with regards to these assessments?
(please rate importance for each item between 0, not important and 10, extremely important)

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Image (Video)
Kinematics (3D optoelectronic system, inertial sensors, etc.)
Kinetics (forceplate)
Muscle activity (EMG)
Plantar Pressures (Pressure mats)
Energy expenditure (O2, FC…)
Physical examination (range of motion, spasticity, pain, strength)
Functional tests
Medical history
Questionnaires (such as: Functional Mobility Scale, Gillette Functional Assessment Questionnaire, Gait Outcomes Assessment List)

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* 19. Would you be interested in participating to the set up of the European Clinical Practice Guideline for Gait Analysis?

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* 20. Free comments and suggestions:

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