Abstract

Date Presented 04/8/21

Vietnamese therapists developed constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) models and completed a prospective nonrandomized study at two hospitals in Vietnam. Therapists at Hanoi Rehab Hospital delivered a low-dose (30-hour) CIMT protocol, and therapists in Ho Chi Minh City Children's Hospital delivered a high-dose (72-hour) CIMT protocol. Children in both low- and high-dose CIMT groups showed improvements in everyday activities and individual therapy goals. This study advances the delivery of evidence-based practice in Vietnam.

Primary Author and Speaker: Patricia Coker-Bolt

Additional Authors and Speakers: Katherine Breithaupt

Contributing Authors: Lauren Williams

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