The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Physical therapy, Gerontology, Activities of daily living, Gait and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Stephanie A. Studenski interconnects Confidence interval, Hazard ratio, Randomized controlled trial and Cohort study in the investigation of issues within Physical therapy. The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Sarcopenia, Clinical Global Impression, Epidemiology, Health policy and Geriatrics.
Stephanie A. Studenski focuses mostly in the field of Activities of daily living, narrowing it down to matters related to Veterans Affairs and, in some cases, Vital signs, Occupational safety and health and National Health Interview Survey. Her Gait research focuses on Mood and how it connects with Neuropsychology, Cerebral atrophy, Information processing and Prefrontal cortex. Her Physical medicine and rehabilitation research includes themes of Stroke, Hyperintensity and Dementia.
Stephanie A. Studenski mostly deals with Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Physical therapy, Gerontology, Internal medicine and Gait. Her studies deal with areas such as Stroke, Confidence interval, Hazard ratio and Randomized controlled trial as well as Physical therapy. The Confidence interval study which covers Odds ratio that intersects with Prospective cohort study.
Her research integrates issues of Psychological intervention, Sarcopenia, Epidemiology, Activities of daily living and Geriatrics in her study of Gerontology. Her Internal medicine study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Endocrinology and Cardiology. As part of her studies on Gait, Stephanie A. Studenski often connects relevant subjects like Cognition.
Her primary areas of investigation include Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Cognition, Internal medicine, Physical therapy and Gait. Her Physical medicine and rehabilitation research incorporates elements of Longitudinal study, Neuroimaging and Cognitive decline. Her research in Cognition intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Dementia and Gerontology.
Stephanie A. Studenski combines subjects such as Reduction and Cardiology with her study of Internal medicine. Her work in the fields of Physical therapy, such as Isometric exercise, overlaps with other areas such as Injury prevention. Her Gait research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multimodal neuroimaging and Mobility Limitation.
Her primary scientific interests are in Physical therapy, Cognition, Gerontology, Psychological intervention and Odds ratio. Her Physical therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sarcopenia, Muscle weakness and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her research related to Preferred walking speed and Gait might be considered part of Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Her Cognition study incorporates themes from Hyperintensity and Digit symbol substitution test. The study incorporates disciplines such as Intervention, Subspecialty, Geriatrics and Geroscience in addition to Gerontology. Health education, Hazard ratio, Confidence interval and Rehabilitation is closely connected to Body mass index in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Odds ratio.
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Gait speed and survival in older adults.
Stephanie Studenski;Subashan Perera;Kushang Patel;Caterina Rosano.
Geriatric Syndromes: Clinical, Research, and Policy Implications of a Core Geriatric Concept
Sharon K. Inouye;Stephanie Studenski;Mary E. Tinetti;George A. Kuchel.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2007)
Prevalence of and interventions for sarcopenia in ageing adults: a systematic review. Report of the International Sarcopenia Initiative (EWGSOP and IWGS)
Alfonso J. Cruz-Jentoft;Francesco Landi;Stéphane M. Schneider;Clemente Zúñiga.
Age and Ageing (2014)
The FNIH Sarcopenia Project: Rationale, Study Description, Conference Recommendations, and Final Estimates
Stephanie A. Studenski;Katherine W. Peters;Dawn E. Alley;Peggy M. Cawthon.
Journals of Gerontology Series A-biological Sciences and Medical Sciences (2014)
Physical Performance Measures in the Clinical Setting
Stephanie Studenski;Subashan Perera;Dennis Wallace;Julie M. Chandler.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2003)
Association of long-distance corridor walk performance with mortality, cardiovascular disease, mobility limitation, and disability.
Anne B. Newman;Eleanor M. Simonsick;Barbara L. Naydeck;Robert M. Boudreau.
Effects of a physical activity intervention on measures of physical performance: Results of the lifestyle interventions and independence for Elders Pilot (LIFE-P) study.
Marco Pahor;Steven N. Blair;Mark Espeland;Roger Fielding.
Journals of Gerontology Series A-biological Sciences and Medical Sciences (2006)
Randomized Clinical Trial of Therapeutic Exercise in Subacute Stroke
Pamela W. Duncan;Stephanie Studenski;Lorie Richards;Steven Gollub.
Improvement in usual gait speed predicts better survival in older adults.
Susan E. Hardy;Subashan Perera;Yazan F. Roumani;Julie M. Chandler.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2007)
Improvements in Speed-Based Gait Classifications Are Meaningful
Arlene Schmid;Pamela W. Duncan;Stephanie Studenski;Stephanie Studenski;Sue Min Lai.
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