Country: United States
Bio: Jacqueline S. Drouin, PT, PhD, is the founding President of the World Physiotherapy Subgroup, International Physiotherapists for HIV/AIDS, Oncology, and Hospice and Palliative Care (IPT-HOPE). Professor Drouin also serves on the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialization as Item Review Coordinator and as an Associate Editor for the Journal Rehabilitation Oncology. Professor Drouin’s research focus is exercise testing reliability and training adaptations among individuals in cancer survivorship. Professor Drouin previously taught exercise physiology, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, research methods and statistics in entry level and post-professional physical therapy programs. She also developed a Graduate Certificate in Online Oncology Rehabilitation.
Professor Drouin’s recent publications from 2020 include:
1) Physiotherapist Adaptations to Cancer, HIV/AIDS, and Hospice and Palliative Care in the COVID-19 Era: A Global Perspective Paper. Drouin JS, Newstead AH, Chigbo N. Rehab Oncol 2020;38:145–152;
2) Comparisons between Manual Lymph Drainage, Abdominal Massage, and Electrical Stimulation on Functional Constipation Outcomes: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Drouin JS, Pfalzer L, Kim JM, Kim SJ.
3) World Physiotherapy response to COVID-19 Briefing paper
4) Systems and Vulnerable Communities, and The Role Of Physiotherapists In The Delivery Of Rehabilitation. Acknowledged Contributing Author. https://world.physio/sites/default/files/2020-09/COVID-19_Briefing_Paper…