- •High level of reported musculoskeletal playing related pain at baseline in cohort of musician students at intensive summer music festival program.
- •An injury prevention workshop is feasible to implement at a summer festival program.
- •Pain incidence level decreased in the cohort that participated in the health education and injury prevention program.
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Quiz: # 750
- # 1.The study design was
- b.large cohort
- c.randomized pilot
- # 2.Subjects participated in
- a.a 90 minute instructional session
- b.8 weeks of injury prevention instruction
- c.2 days of instruction
- d.2 semesters of injury prevention instruction
- # 3.Outcome measures included
- a.sub-scales of a specific self-report instrument for musicians
- b.adherence level
- d.all of the above
- # 4.Almost ________ of participants reported pre-existing pain related to playing of their musical instrument
- # 5.The authors felt that the experimental results justified further study of the program
- a.not true
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