SHUEE References

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Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE) References

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SHUEE Case Studies

Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE) Case Studies

The following section includes 3 case studies for viewing and scoring.  The key gives explanation to the scores and will refer you to the section of the manual which explains the correct score.  You can print out blank scoring forms by clicking the Forms link above.  Score each case on your own and then view the provided scores by clicking the appropriate link.  Questions in regards to scoring can be directed to the authors.

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SHUEE Test Scoring and Interpretation

Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE) Test Scoring and Interpretation Scoring

The SHUEE data collection form consists of 2 pages. The first page is primarily descriptive and requires no scoring. The second page is utilized during the video taped portion and requires scoring of the Spontaneous Functional Analysis (SFA), the Dynamic Positional Analysis(DPA), and the Grasp/Release(GRA) segments on the actual SHUEE form. The SFA score is circled and the DPA score is marked in the grid with a check mark.

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SHUEE Test Administration

The Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE) utilizes the following testing materials.

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Testing Materials

Billfold style wallet to hold paper money

Billfold style wallet to hold paper money

8 x 10 sheet of standard weight paper

8 x 10 sheet of standard weight paper

Two 2″ in diameter and approximately 1/2″ thick, flat sided, wooden beads. Stiff cord for stringing beads

Two 2″ in diameter and approximately 1/2″ thick, flat sided, wooden beads. Stiff cord for stringing beads

Three dollar sized bills made of standard weight paper

Three dollar sized bills made of standard weight paper

Four plastic coins of any size

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SHUEE Introduction

Objectives

This manual provides the examiner with an overview of the administration
and interpretation of the Shriners Hospital Upper Extremity Evaluation (SHUEE).
Evaluator training prior to clinical application of the SHUEE should include:

  • Reading this manual
  • Viewing the Key Interpretation video
  • Completing the Video Proficiency test

Information regarding the assembly of a test kit has also been provided in this manual.