Award-Winning Articles from PM&R
PM&R congratulates the recipients of the following 3 Best Paper Awards:
Foundation for PM&R/PM&R Best Original Research Award
Pregnancy Outcomes in Women with Spinal Cord Injuries: A Population‐Based Study.
Deborah A. Crane MD, MPH, FAAPMR, David R. Doody, MS, Melissa A. Schiff MD, MPH, Beth A. Mueller DrPH
PM R 2019; 11:795-806.
PM&R Best Young Investigator Original Research Paper
Simulation‐Based Education for Urgent Medical Complications Common to the Rehabilitation Setting: An Educational Program for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents
Laura Malmut MD, Monica E. Rho, MD, FAAPMR
PM R 2019; 11:1272-1277
PM&R Best Paper Original Research-International
Feasibility, Validity, and Responsiveness of Self-Report and Objective Measures of Physical Activity in Patients With Chronic Pain
Matthew L. Stevens, Chung‐Wei C. Lin, Hidde P. van der Ploeg, Maria De Sousa, Jessica Castle, Michael K. Nicholas, Chris G. Maher
PM R 2019; 11:858-867
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All original research articles published (in print) in PM&R between July 1, 2019, and June 30, 2020, were eligible for this year's awards. Selection criteria included the following:
- The importance of the contribution of the manuscript to the clinical or basic science related to physical medicine and rehabilitation.
- Relevance to clinical practice.
- The quality of the research methodology and interpretation of the findings.
- Quality of the writing.