Below is a survey that the students at Trine University put together
for their PT school research project regarding education therapists provide
about adaptive sports to patients with spinal cord injury. If you are able
please take the time to participate in the survey and pass it along as they
are also interested in possible regional differences in attitudes regarding
Survey Invitation- Adaptive sports in the rehabilitation of patients with
spinal cord injuries
This study is a faculty-led student research project at Trine University
Doctor of Physical Therapy program. We are exploring the attitudes and
beliefs of physical therapists regarding the role of adaptive sport in the
rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries. The study involves a
survey asking you questions about adaptive sports in the rehabilitative
process. The survey will take about 5-10 minutes to complete.
This study was approved by the Trine University Institutional Review Board
(IRB) # 1979407-1
in November of 2022.
The risks involved if you choose to participate in this study would be
minimal. If you agree to participate, any identifying information will be
protected, and your responses will remain anonymous. The aggregate results
of this study, however, may be published or disseminated in other ways. You may
decide not to participate at any time without negative consequences. If you
need additional information, please contact the primary researcher, Jodi
Sandvik DSc, PT, DPT, SCS at sandvikj@xxxxxxxxx.
You may also contact the chair of the Trine University Institutional Review
Board, Kinsey Cotton Kelly, at Kellyk@xxxxxxxxx.
If you agree to participate in this study, please click on the link to
indicate your understanding
and to begin the survey. Thank you.