5 Quick Things: June 3, 2020
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The Fit & Quit Research Study at UTHSC is currently enrolling participants who are interested in quitting smoking and staying healthy while doing it. Call us at 901-448-2000 to see if you may be eligible, or please share this announcement with family and friends.
Tennessee Clinical and Translational Science Institute invites you to attend the Research Methods for Clinical Investigators Seminar series.
Title: The nuts and bolts of logistic regression.
In this presentation, we will define logistic regression models; discuss odds ratio, discuss indices of logistic regression model performance, and discuss logistic regression outputs.
This is a peaceful protest organized by UTHSC resident physicians and local Memphis physicians to stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the Memphis community against racial injustice and police brutality. We welcome all to attend.
Location: UT Health Science Center, Coleman Building, 956 Court Avenue (lawn facing Jefferson Ave)
Face masks (without print) and social distancing are mandatory
Effective immediately, there are no restrictions affecting UTHSC travel within the United States.
SAVE THE DATE
Rehabilitation Informatics -Tele Rehabilitation-Webinar
Wednesday, June 17,2020
11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon.
No Registration Needed.
For further information and Webinar Link please email: email@example.com
Topic: Mobile health-based physical activity intervention for individuals with spinal cord injury in the community
Shivayogi V. Hiremath (Shiv), PhD
Director, Personal Health Informatics & Rehabilitation Engineering (PHIRE) Lab
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Department of Diagnostics & Health Sciences, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Health Professions, University of Tennessee health Science Center, Memphis,TN.
National Library of Medicine (NLM), National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Rehabilitation Informatics/Tele-rehabilitation: Physical activity intervention with mHealth technologies that continuously measure behavior can provide us with new insights about physical activity patterns in the community. Individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI), although generally stable in the chronic post-rehabilitation phase, are at a higher risk for secondary conditions due to SCI. Accurate, real-time measurement of physical activity using affordable and convenient wearable monitors will not only enable more research on existing behavior and relationships to health outcomes, but also allow insight on innovative just-in-time-adaptive intervention systems that may help individuals with SCI become more active in everyday life.