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Category Archives: Fact sheet
Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion Releases a New Monograph and Seeks Survey Participants
The NIDRR-funded Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion announces the availability of a new monograph focusing upon the intimacy concerns of individuals with mental health condition: Addressing the Intimacy Interests of People with Mental Health Conditions: Acknowledging Consumer Desires, Provider … Continue reading
Slides and Webinar Presentation on Incorporating Health and Disability into Local Public Health now Available!
On February 6th, 2013 the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) in coordination with the ARC HealthMeet™ Project funded through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hosted the webinar “Incorporating Health and … Continue reading
September 18th is “Get Ready Day” a yearly event held the third Tuesday of September by the American Public Health Association (APHA) coinciding with National Preparedness Month. The Get Ready website includes resources for people to prepare themselves, their families … Continue reading
Thursday, July 26th, 2012 marks the 22nd anniversary of the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). The ADA National Network offers these suggestions on how to get involved in the celebration: Visit adaanniversary.org and view the 2012 ADA Anniversary Toolkit. Share … Continue reading
Center on Knowledge Translation for Employment Research (KTER Center) Sponsors Webcast on the Latest Disability Statistics from Federal Surveys and Resources
On Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 the KTER Center’s Community of Practice on Employment Research sponsored the webcast—What Counts? Latest Disability Statistics from Federal Surveys and Resources. The presentation by Dr. Andrew Houtenville, Research Director, Institute on Disability, Associate Professor at … Continue reading
New Tools from the American Academy of Neurology to Teach High School Coaches and Athletes how to Spot a Sports Concussion Released
On August 31st, 2011 the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) released several new tools as part of their educational campaign on sports-related concussions. The AAN website now offers two free online safety courses created by the University of Michigan Neurosport … Continue reading
En el post del blog de hoy, vamos a discutir las hojas de datos informativos proporcionados por MSKTC. El Centro del Modelo de Sistemas sobre el Conocimiento de Traducción (MSKTC) tiene hojas informativas que cubren una amplia gama de temas incluyendo cuidado de la piel y las úlceras por presión, dolor después de la lesión de la médula espinal, la … Continue reading
The Model Systems Knowledge Translation Center has an excellent library of fact sheets designed to answer some of your most pressing questions about spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and burn injury. These sheets are comprehensive and authoritative. … Continue reading
Another quick note in honor of AOTA’s Occupational Therapy Month. NIDRR funds more than 250 projects each year focusing on a wide range of disability and rehabilitation research. Here’s a look at OT research from these grantees: REHABDATA Search: Occupational … Continue reading