Center for Health Research and Movement Science

Center for Health Research and Movement Science

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Research Journal

Description

The Center for Health Research and Movement Science serves as the research unit of the College for Rehabilitation Sciences. All research activities initiated and developed in the College are coursed through the CHRMS. Its research projects focus on assessment and interventions to improve health, fitness, and quality of life for different patient and client populations. These studies were previously carried out at the Center for Research on Movement Science (CRMS), now known as CHRMS, which is an evidence translation group under the Center for Allied Health Evidence of the University of South Australia and an evidence synthesis group of the Joanna Briggs Institute.

Research Interest Groups

Evidence-Based Healthcare

Musculoskeletal Research

Physiologic and Biomechanical Assessment | Musculoskeletal ultrasound assessment | Injury Prevention | Manual Therapy/Biomechanical Taping

Evidence-Based Healthcare

Mr. Lyle Patrick D. Tangcuangco, MSPT

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

  • Averia JKC, Blancaflor A, Enriquez RA, Ladeza AM, Mandario AM, Mendoza JJ, Natividada TN, Escuadra CJT. (2018). Test-retest reliability, internal consistency, and discriminant validity of the Filipino version of Knee injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score among community-dwellers with knee osteoarthritis. Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences, 3(1), 1-9. https://www.doi.org/10.36413/pjahs.0301.001
  • Bacorro WR, Gutierrez RML, Escuadra CJT, Sogono PG, Agas RAF, Que JC, Sy Ortin TT. (2018). Development and validation of the Web-Based Patient-Reported Outcomes Capture System-Needs, Acceptance and Readiness Assessment (WPROCS-NARA) questionnaires. Journal of Hospital Management and Health Policy, 2(5). https://www.doi.org/10.21037/jhmhp.2018.05.03
  • Bernhardsson S, Lynch E, Dizon JMR, Fernandes J, Suarez CG, Lizarondo L, Luker J, Wiles L, Grimmer K. (2016). Advancing Evidence-Based Practice in Physical Therapy Settings: Multinational Perspectives on Implementation Strategies and Interventions. Physical Therapy Journal, 96. https://www.doi.org/10.2522/ptj.20160141
  • Co JL, Mejia MBA, Que J, Dizon JMR. (2016). Effectiveness of honey on radiation‐induced oral mucositis, time to mucositis, weight loss, and treatment interruptions among patients with head and neck malignancies: A meta‐analysis and systematic review of literature. Head & Neck, 38(7), 1119-1128.
  • Co JL, Mejia MBA, Que J, Dizon JMR. (2016). Evidence on Effectiveness of Upper Neck Irradiation Versus Whole Neck Irradiation as Elective Neck Irradiation in Node-Negative Nasopharyngeal Cancer: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Global Oncology., 34(15S), 6069. https://www.doi.org/10.1200/JGO.2016.006759
  • Co JL, Mejia MBA, Que J, Dizon JMR. (2016). Evidence on effectiveness of intensity‐modulated radiotherapy versus 2‐dimensional radiotherapy in the treatment of nasopharyngeal carcinoma: Meta‐analysis and a systematic review of the literature. Head & Neck, 38(S1).
  • Dizon JMR, Machingaidze S, Grimmer K. (2016). To adopt, to adapt, or to contextualise? The big question in clinical practice guideline development. BMC Research Notes, 9(1), 442.
  • Dizon JMR, Grimmer K, Machingaidze S, McLaren P, Louw Q. (2016). Mapping South African allied health primary care clinical guideline activity: establishing a stakeholder reference sample. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14(1), 77.
  • Gomez IN, Lai CYY, Morato-Espino PG, Chan CCH, Tsang HWH. (2017). Behavioural and Autonomic Regulation of Response to Sensory Stimuli among Children: A Systematic Review of Relationship and Methodology. BioMed Research International, 2017. ID 2629310. https://www.doi.org/10.1155/2017/2629310
  • Grimmer K, Dizon JMR, Louw Q, Kredo T, Young T, Machingaidze S. (2016). South African Guidelines Excellence (SAGE): Efficient, effective and unbiased clinical practice guideline teams. South African Medical Journal, 106(5), 440-441.
  • Grimmer K, Machingaidze S, Dizon JMR, Kredo T, Louw Q, Young T. (2016). South African clinical practice guidelines quality measured with complex and rapid appraisal instruments. BMC Research Notes, 9(1), 244.
  • Grimmer K, Thoirs K, Suarez CG, Dones, VC, Luker J. (2014). The diagnostic validity of musculoskeletal ultrasound in lateral epicondylalgia: a systematic review. BMC Medical Imaging, 14(1), 10.

Musculoskeletal Research

Ms. Fe Therese M. Chavez, MSPT

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Ms. Kristine B. Devora, MSPT

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Prof. Valentin III C. Dones, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Health Sciences

Neuroscience and Rehabilitation

Wellness and Health Promotion

Neurophysiology of Childhood Self-Regulation

Obesity: Nutrition | Physical Activity | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Elderly: Fall Assessment and Prevention

Neuroscience and Rehabilitation

Neurophysiology of Childhood Self-Regulation

Asst. Prof. Paulin Grace M. Espino, MA

Master of Arts in Special Education

Asst. Prof. Ivan Neil B. Gomez, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Medicine

Wellness and Health Promotion

Obesity: Nutrition | Physical Activity | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Assoc. Prof. Donald S. Lipardo, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Medicine

Elderly: Fall Assessment and Prevention

Asst. Prof. Jocel M. Regino, MSPT

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

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Prof. Valentin C. Dones III, PhD 

Research Supervisor

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