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Chris Kirtley
06-16-1994, 04:24 PM
Dear all,

I am currently putting together a new course for post-grads here on gait
analysis. I am interested in using real data (kinematics, kinetics, EMG) to
get the students familiar with normal and pathological examples. I wonder
if anyone else teaches the subject in this way and how they go about it.
Specifically, I'd be interested in any software that's been written for
this sort of application, and any other suggestions on the best way to
teach this subject.

Sorry if this seems a little vague, but I'm searching for inspiration at
the moment! I'll summarise all replies received.

Many thanks,
Chris

from...
Dr. Chris Kirtley MB ChB, PhD,
Lecturer, bio-engineering,
School of Physiotherapy,
Curtin University of Technology,
GPO Box U1987,
Perth 6001
Western Australia.

Tel. (09) 381 0600
Fax (09) 381 1496

e-mail: c.kirtley@info.curtin.edu.au

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