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Predicting Recurrent Shoulder Instability

Welcome to this lecture series on predicting recurrent shoulder instability after a first time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation (FTASD). This course outlines the research that has been developed to predict recurrent shoulder instability after a first time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation. There are three lectures in this course that cover the development and validation of the PRIS tool, and a final lecture on how a first time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation affects quality of life and kinesiophobia. Sign up online to learn more

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Description

Welcome to this lecture series on predicting recurrent shoulder instability after a first time traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation (FTASD). This course include three different lectures. 1-The first outlines our systematic review and meta-analyses that we have published on risk factors for recurrent shoulder instability after a FTASD. This lecture also includes the process of development of our clinical prediction tool. 2-The second lectures describes the validation of the PRIS tool. It begins with a review of methods that can be used to develop a predictive tool, and then steps through the sensitivity, specificity, positive and negative predictive values of the PRIS tool. 3-The final lecture describes the effect of a FTASD on quality of life, and kinesiophobia and how this changes over time. I have designed these lectures to give you some background to the PRIS tool that is available on the website. I hope you find these lectures helpful and they increase your clinical interpretation of the PRIS tool.

  • DUE TO COVID-19 AND THE IMPACT ON THERAPISTS WORLDWIDE, THIS COURSE IS DISCOUNTED TO $35NZD UNTIL JULY 31, 2020.


  • iconIntroduction to Predicting Recurrent Instability of the Shoulder
  • iconDevelopment of the PRIS tool
  • iconValidation of the PRIS tool
  • iconImpact of a first dislocation on quality of life and kinesiophobia