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Rehabilitation -- Methods. Physical Therapy Modalities. Rehabilitation -- methods. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. The regression model showed no significant association between graduation date and consultation rate.
Data analysis showed that the odds of consultation with physiatrists were 2. Weighted means were also obtained. The least known fields were geriatric rehabilitation, pain management, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation Fig.
The most requested areas for collaboration in decreasing order were therapeutic exercise prescription; prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of musculoskeletal and rheumatic disorders; and geriatric rehabilitation.
The least requested consultation areas were therapeutic manipulation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, and diagnosis and rehabilitation of myopathiesneuropathies Fig. This fits with the fact that these specialties deal mainly with musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders.
One might expect the anesthesiology residents to have had more collaboration with physiatrists, especially in pain management. This lack of consultation could fit with the observation that anesthesiologists often deal with pain late in the clinical course when conventional treatments have failed.
Another important finding in this study was the lower physiatric consultation rate among the female residents. This finding was initially viewed from two perspectives. The first was that it was caused by the higher rate of consultation in neurosurgery and orthopedics, which have predominantly male residents.
Even with these three fields omitted, the authors found that there was still an association between sex and physiatric consultation. It should be noted that the difference between the male and female residents should be interpreted with caution because, in this study, there is a discrepancy between the number of male and female respondents.
This finding is probably caused by the fact that neurosurgery and neurology deal mainly with CNS and musculoskeletal disorders. On the other hand, geriatrics, pain, and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation were the least familiar areas Table 2.
This could be the result of a relative deficiency in the training of medical residents in these areas. This study also showed that the least requested fields for consultation were therapeutic manipulation, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and diagnosis, and rehabilitation of myopathies-neuropathies. Another possible reason for the lack of consultation in some areas might be a lack of familiarity of the residents with the term rehabilitation.
Some of them consider rehabilitation as Btreatment[ or Bcure. Study Limitations and Suggestions for Further Research One of the limitations of this study was that the survey participants came from only the top three medical schools in Iran according to the annual report of the Ministry of Health.
A more extensive assessment involving additional participants from all Iranian medical schools is suggested. With regard to the fact that the response rate was significantly higher among the male residents, the authors suggest that, if similar studies are done, an immediate follow-up survey with few face-to-face open-ended questions be performed on those residents who did not return the questionnaire to reveal the reasons of nonresponsiveness to increase the quality of similar surveys in the future.
This could help answer the questions about why Mean SD 3.
The residents most likely to consult physiatrists were in the fields of orthopedics and neurology. The female residents, in particular, were less likely than their Am.
This is important because current residents are the generalists and specialists of the future. Braddom, MD, for editing assistance.
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