International Journal of Telerehabilitation

The International Journal of Telerehabilitation (IJT) is a biannual journal dedicated to advancing telerehabilitation by disseminating information about current research and practices.

Vol. 6, No. 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

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Editors' Note

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Jana Cason, Ellen R. Cohn 1-2

Clinical Report

Telepractice for Pediatric Dysphagia: A Case Study PDF RFT (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Georgia A. Malandraki, Melissa Roth, Justine Joan Sheppard 3-16


An Analysis of State Telehealth Laws and Regulations for Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Christine Calouro, Mei Wa Kwong, Mario Gutierrez 17-24
Licensure Portability: Assuring Access to Quality Care in Physical Therapy PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Mark Lane 25-28
Telehealth: A Rapidly Developing Service Delivery Model for Occupational Therapy PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Jana Cason 29-36
World Federation of Occupational Therapists' Position Statement on Telehealth PDF RTF (Accessible Version)
World Federation of Occupational Therapists 37-40

Telehealth Pedagogy

Teleconsultation with a Developing Country: Student Reported Outcomes of Learning PDF RTF (Accessible Version)
Megan K. Foti, Crystal Eleazar, Kimberly A. Furphy 41-50

Book Review

Book Review - Establishing the Efficacy of Telemedicine as a Clinical Tool for Physiotherapists: From Systems Design to Randomised Controlled Trial PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Daniel G. Rendeiro 51-52


American Telemedicine Association: 2014 Fall Forum PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Jordana Bernard 53-54
American Telemedicine Association: First China (Tianjin) International Telemedicine Technology Exhibition PDF RTF (ACCESSIBLE VERSION)
Jordana Bernard 55-56