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Published: Danny Young
Danny Young (Physical Therapy) co-authored “Toward a Common Language for Measuring Patient Mobility in the Hospital: Reliability and Construct Validity of Interprofessional Mobility Measures,” which evaluated the reliability and minimal detectable change of Activity Measure-Post Acute Care Inpatient Mobility Short Form and Johns Hopkins Highest Level of Mobility when completed by nurses and physical therapists, and the construct validity of both measures when used by nurses. The article appeared as an e-publication during November and is scheduled to run in a future issue of Physical Therapy.
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