Carol DeMatteo

Carol DeMatteo

Phone: (905) 525-9140 ext: 27805
Fax: (905) 524-0069
Office: Rm.433, IAHS
Email: dematteo@mcmaster.ca

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Carol DeMatteo graduated from University of Toronto in Physio and Occupational Therapy. She completed her MSc at McMaster University in Design, Measurement and Evaluation. Carol has been with the School of Rehabilitation Science since 1989 where she is a Professor. She is also scientist with CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research. Areas of clinical practice and research include pediatric rehabilitation and neurotrama in children specifically acquired brain injury/concussion and obstetrical brachial plexus injury.

Research Expertise

Carol’s areas of research include pediatric rehabilitation and neurotrama in children specifically acquired brain injury/concussion and obstetrical brachial plexus injury.

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Recent Publications

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Jeong Y, Law M, DeMatteo C, Stratford P, Kim H. (2016) Knowledge translation from research to clinical practice: Measuring participation of children with disabilities. Occup Ther Health Care. Jun 22. doi: 10.1080/07380577.2016.1192311. [Epub ahead of print]

Jeong Y, Law M, Stratford P, DeMatteo C, Kim H. (2016) Cross-cultural validation and psychometric evaluation of the Participation and Environment Measure for Children and Youth in Korea. Disabil Rehabil, Jan 5. doi: 10.3109/09638288.2015.1123302. [Epub ahead of print]

Zemek R, Barrowman N, Freedman S, Gravel J, Gagnon I, McGahern C, Aglipay M, Sangha G, Boutis K, Beer D, Craig W Burns E, Farion K, Mikrogianakis A, Barlow K, Dubrovsky A, Meeuwisse W, Gioia G, Meehan W, Beauchamp M, Kamil Y, Grool A, Hoshizaki B, Anderson P, Brooks B, Yeates K, Vassilyadi M, Klassen T, Keightley M, Richer L, DeMatteo C, Osmond MH, Pediatric Emergency Research Canada (PERC) Concussion Team. Clinical risk score for persistent post-concussion symptoms in pediatrics. JAMA, 315(10), 1014-1025.

Jeong Y, Law M, DeMatteo C, Stratford P, Kim H. (2016) The role of occupational therapists in the contexts of a natural disaster: A scoping review. Disabil Rehabil, 38(16), 1620-1631.

Reed N, Greenspoon D, Iverson G, DeMatteo C, Fait P, Gauvin-Lapage J, Gagnon I, Hunt A. (2015) Management of persistent post-concussion symptoms in youth: A randomized control trial protocol. BMJ Open, 5, e008468.

Coroneos CJ, Maizlin ZV, DeMatteo C, Gjertsen D, Bain JR. (2015) “Popeye muscle” morphology in OBPI elbow flexion contracture. J Plast Surg Hand Surg, 49(6), 327-332.

Zemek R, Eady K, Moreau K, Farion KJ, Solomon B, Weiser M, & DeMatteo C. (2015). Canadian pediatric emergency physician knowledge of concussion diagnosis and initial management. CJEM, 17(2), 115-122.

DeMatteo C, Stazyk K, Singh SK, Giglia L, Hollenberg R, Malcolmson CH, Mahoney W, Harper JA, Missiuna C, Law M, & McCauley D. (2015). Development of a conservative protocol to return children and youth to activity following concussive injury. Clin Pediatr (Phila), 54(2), 152-163.

DeMatteo C, Stazyk K, Giglia L, Mahoney W, Singh SK, Hollenberg R, Harper JA, Missiuna C, Law M, McCauley D, & Randall S. (2015). A balanced protocol for return to school for children and youth following concussive injury. Clin Pediatr (Phila), 54(8), 783-792.

DeMatteo C, McCauley D, Stazyk K, Harper J, Adamich J, Randall S, & Missiuna C. (2015). Post-concussion return to play and return to school guidelines for children and youth: a scoping methodology. Disabil Rehabil, 37(12), 1107-1112.

Zemek R, Eady K, Moreau K, Farion KJ, Solomon B, Weiser M, & DeMatteo C. (2014). Knowledge of paediatric concussion among front-line primary care providers. Paediatr Child Health, 19(9), 475-480.

DeMatteo C, Hanna SE, Yousefi-Nooraie R, Lin CY, Mahoney WJ, Law MC, & McCauley D. (2014). Quality-of-life after brain injury in childhood: time, not severity, is the significant factor. Brain Inj, 28(1), 114-121.

DeMatteo C, Greenspoon D, Levac D, Harper JA, & Rubinoff M. (2014). Evaluating the Nintendo Wii for assessing return to activity readiness in youth with mild traumatic brain injury. Phys Occup Ther Pediatr, 34(3), 229-244.

General Information

Mailing Address:

School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
Institute of Applied Health Sciences,
Room 403, 1400 Main St. W. Hamilton, ON L8S 1C7

Phone:

(905) 525-9140 Ext: 22867


Fax:

(905) 524-0069


Email:

rehab@mcmaster.ca


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