Kadija Perreault

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UNLABELLED Agreement between patients' and health professionals' perceptions has been shown to be low to moderate for different aspects of the patients' pain experience. Little is known, however, about patient-physiotherapist agreement in low back pain. The study objectives were to describe patient-physiotherapist agreement for low back pain intensity and(More)
OBJECTIVE The objectives of this paper are: (i) to present the results of a descriptive literature review highlighting conceptual and practical links between the fields of physiotherapy and health promotion, and (ii) to provide recommendations based on this review of the literature in order to contribute towards the improvement of physiotherapists'(More)
BACKGROUND Recent research suggests that agreement between patients' and health professionals' perceptions may influence the outcome of various painful conditions. This issue has received little attention in the context of low back pain and physiotherapy interventions. The current study aimed at exploring the relationship between patient-physiotherapist(More)
PURPOSE Ethical practice is an essential competency for occupational and physical therapists. However, rehabilitation educators have few points of reference for choosing appropriate pedagogical and evaluation methods related to ethics. The objectives of this study were to: (1) identify priority content to cover in ethics teaching in occupational therapy(More)
Interprofessional collaboration is recommended in health systems everywhere, but research on its measurement is needed. This psychometric study assessed the construct validity, internal consistency, and test-retest reliability of the Intensity of Interprofessional Practices Questionnaire for Private-Sector Physiotherapists (IIPQ-PT). A random sample of 303(More)
BACKGROUND Even if a large proportion of physiotherapists work in the private sector worldwide, very little is known of the organizations within which they practice. Such knowledge is important to help understand contexts of practice and how they influence the quality of services and patient outcomes. The purpose of this study was to: 1) describe(More)
BACKGROUND Despite growing interest in the importance of, and challenges associated with the involvement of patient and population (IPP) in the process of developing and adapting clinical practice guidelines (CPGs), there is a lack of knowledge about the best method to use. This is especially problematic in the field of rehabilitation, where individuals(More)