Physical therapists need several key statistical skills to bolster the quality of their patient care, according to Mark Bishop, PT, PhD, the new statistician of the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy. Continue Reading
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Uncover the latest advancements, evidence-based research, and clinical practice guidelines in women's and pelvic health physical therapy published in the Journal of Women's and Pelvic Health Physical Therapy and explore current research studies and other research opportunities and resources.
Reflections from New Editor-In-Cheif Cynthia Chiarello. A new team of leaders in women’s, men’s, and pelvic health physical therapy has united to strengthen and innovate the top-rated membership benefit of the Section on Women’s Health: the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy. Continue Reading
In 2016, members of the Section on Women’s Health rated the Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy as their most used and valued benefit. Their allegiance to the peer-reviewed publication prompted the SOWH Board of Directors to invest in a major upgrade, including development of a revamped strat Continue Reading
Just six years ago, Section on Women’s Health leaders and members committed $100,000 to be pioneers and establish the SOWH Endowment for Research Excellence through the Foundation for Physical Therapy. Continue Reading
The earliest copy of the journal I could find from my collection is from 1997 when it was named Journal of the Section on Women’s Health. For that issue, the guest editor was Jane Frahm, and the editorial staff included Elaine Pomerantz (Features) , Ann Dunbar (Clinical Practice), Andi Beth Mincer ( Continue Reading