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Last week, we learned that Dudley Childress, PhD, a pioneer in rehabilitation engineering, passed away. You may or may not know his name, but if you use or know anyone who uses prosthetics or orthotics, or anyone who uses sip-and-puff … Continue reading
While we were at the Special Libraries Association, our grants.gov alert popped up with these new funding opportunities. All three grant packages are now available to download. All three are due August 10th. Reducing Obesity and Obesity-Related Health Conditions Among … Continue reading
We’re nearing the end of Phase II of our digital archive project. In this phase we’re digitizing and posting final reports from projects funded by NIDRR and its previous incarnations (NIHR, SRS, VRA). We’re deep in the 60s now, with … Continue reading
Deep in the 80s now! FAMILY AS THERAPEUTIC AGENT: LONG-TERM REHABILITATION FOR TRAUMATIC HEAD INJURY PATIENTS: FINAL REPORT: MARY E SWITZER FELLOWSHIP REPORT. Jacobs, H E. 1984 O06761. EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MODERN PROSTHETIC AND ORTHOTIC TECHNIQUES AND/OR HARDWARE … Continue reading