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Scientific Program

Scientific Program 29 September 2016

Program 3rd International FCE Research Conference
28 September Conference dinner, Wijk aan Zee
29 September Conference session, Wijk aan Zee, Heliomare
08.00 AM Registration
08.45 AM Opening & Welcome
Update since last conference – Doug Gross and Michiel Reneman
09.10 AM Key note A: Michiel Reneman and Jone Ansuategui Echeita, Spain / The Netherlands – Functional Capacity Evaluation in different societal contexts: Results of a multicountry study
10.00 AM The predictive value of grip strength using dynamometry relative to work ability – Lisa Fitzpatrick, USA
10.15 AM ACPOHE Functional Testing Toolkit – Catherine Albert, UK
10.30 AM Break
11.00 AM Functional Capacity Evaluation: Performance of Patients with Chronic Non-specific Low Back Pain Without Waddell Signs – Peter Oesch, Switzerland
11.15 AM Comparison of two methods for interpreting lifting performance during Functional Capacity Evaluation – Peter Oesch, Switzerland
11.30 AM Development and validation of a pain behavior assessment in patients with chronic low back pain – Jan Kool, Switzerland
11.45 AM Development of a modified version of the Spinal Function Sort (M – SFS): A mixed method approach – Maurizio Trippolini, Switzerland / USA
12.00 PM Lunch + photo
01.00 PM Key note B: Jill Galper, USA. Practical Issues in FCE Administration and Interpretation: Lessons Learned From Thousands of Cases
01.45 PM Development and reliability testing of a qualitative score for rating compensatory movements in upper limb prosthesis wearers during execution of 4 FCE-tests – Sietke Postema, The Netherlands
02.00 PM Development of a functional capacity evaluation measurement for individuals with upper limb reduction deficiency or amputation. – Sietke Postema, The Netherlands
02.15 PM Do Wearable Fitness Devices Correlate With Performance-Based Tests of Work-Related Functional Capacity – Douglas Gross & Jesse Karpman, Canada
02.30 PM ICF as the conceptual framework for FCE. Linking FCE tests to the ICF Comprehensive Core Set of Vocational Rehabilitation – Marika Lassfolk, Finland
02.45 PM Break
03.15 PM Associations of lifted weight and self-rated return-to-wok prognosis and self-rated return-to-work prognosis – Mattias Bethge, Germany
03.30 PM Sustainable return to work among construction workers on sick leave due to musculoskeletal disorders: what is the added value of action versus a question – Paul Kuijer, The Netherlands
03.45 PM The predictive validity of a workplace-specific and strain-related short-form Functional Capacity Evaluation in patients with musculoskeletal disorders – David Bühne, Germany
04.00 PM Upper Limb Isokinetic Strength Assessment Applicability in Work Injury Patients – Quim Chaler
04.15 PM Discussion: Proposed Inclusion of Work Physiology in FCE Testing – Heart Rate Reserve Method –  Theodore Becker & Whitney Ogle – USA.
04.35 PM What’s next? Doug Gross and Michiel Reneman
04.45 PM Closing

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