Great Posture, Great Health Research on the Effects of Posture and Overall Health

Objectives:

1. Gain an improved understanding of research principles and study design:
Explore the fundamental principles of research study design as they relate to posture and health
outcomes.
Analyze different research methodologies used in posture studies and their appropriateness for various
age groups.

2. Understand the interpretation of the collected data:
Interpret posture-related data collected across different populations, including pediatric, adult, and
geriatric groups.
Discuss the significance and implications of research findings on posture for clinical practice.

3. Articulate the current research findings on posture to their clinical populations:
Communicate effectively with peers, colleagues, and patients about the impact of posture on overall health.
Develop strategies to integrate research findings into patient education and treatment plans.

Description: This course offers a comprehensive exploration of the impact of posture on overall health through
current research findings. Participants will delve into various population groups, from pediatric to geriatric, to
examine posture-related data collection methods, study design principles, data interpretation, and limitations.
Attendees will gain the skills to effectively communicate research findings to peers, colleagues, and patients.