中属病人嫖擎{时乎{古工具在事要能治攘重营生 之事警戒效 = Learning effectiveness in two standardized assessment tools for stroke patients in occupational therapy students

Hsieh, Yu-Wei, Hsueh, I-Ping, Lo, Pin-Hsin, Chien, Chi-Wen and Hsieh, Ching-Lin (2006) 中属病人嫖擎{时乎{古工具在事要能治攘重营生 之事警戒效 = Learning effectiveness in two standardized assessment tools for stroke patients in occupational therapy students. Zhonghua Yixue Jiaoyu Zazhi = Chinese Journal of Medicine Education, 10 2: 135-144.

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Author Hsieh, Yu-Wei
Hsueh, I-Ping
Lo, Pin-Hsin
Chien, Chi-Wen
Hsieh, Ching-Lin
Title 中属病人嫖擎{时乎{古工具在事要能治攘重营生 之事警戒效 = Learning effectiveness in two standardized assessment tools for stroke patients in occupational therapy students
Journal name Zhonghua Yixue Jiaoyu Zazhi = Chinese Journal of Medicine Education
ISSN 1673-677X
Publication date 2006-09-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status File (Author Post-print)
Volume 10
Issue 2
Start page 135
End page 144
Language chi
Abstract Objective: Learning how to use the standardized assessment tools is an important part of the clinical education ofOccupational Therapy Student (OTS).However, the learning effectiveness has been rarely examined. The purpose of this study was to examine the learning effectiveness of two standardized assessment tools for stroke patients (two subscales of the Stroke Rehabilitation Assessment of Movement [STREAM] and the Postural Assessment Scale for Stroke patients [PASS]) in OTS. Method: Stroke inpatients receiving occupational therapy were recruited. Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR) randomly assigned two OTS to assess the same stroke patient using the STREAM and the PASS individually. An OTR also rated the patients at the same time to render the standard scores. Two major indicators ofthe learning effectiveness ofthe STREAM and the PASS were (I) the intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) to examine the inter-rater agreement of the total score and (2) the smallest real difference (SRD) to examine the measurement errors. In addition, the inter-rater reliability of individual items served as the secondary indicator. Results: A total of 14 stroke patients were recruited in this study. The ICCs ofthe total score were larger than 0.94, indicating there were good agreements between pairs of raters. In addition, the SRDs of the two subscales of the STREAM were about 20% of the total scores, and the SRDs ofthe PASS were nearly 10%. In addition, 22 out of the total 32 items showed excellent or good agreement, 9 out of the total 32 items showed moderate agreement, and I item showed poor agreement. Conclusion:. Learning effectiveness of the OTS of the STREAM and the PASS was satisfactory, but it still has the potential to be improved. In clinical education, the standardized criteria and the practice of the two subscales of the STREAM and the 10 items ofthe STREAM and the PASS with moderate and poor agreement should be emphasized especially to improve learning effectiveness and precision of assessment.
Keyword Occupational therapy
Learning effectiveness
Standardized assessment
Q-Index Code C1
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Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collection: School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Publications
 
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