CROR Education and Training
Welcome to the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research Training and Dissemination page. Below you will find links to upcoming conferences, archived lectures, PowerPoint presentations, and other resources and information related to outcome measurement and research.
In addition to the resources found below, please visit the following RRTC pages for more Training & Dissemination information:
If you have any questions about CROR’s Training and Education, or you wish to be updated by email about new content, please contact Jillian Bateman at email@example.com.
Measuring Participation & Environmental Factors
2011 NARRTC (National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers) Annual Conference Presentation
Presentation Title: Measuring Environmental Factors that Influence Community Participation
Presented by: Allen Heinemann, Wendy Coster, & Joy Hammel
Please click here to access this presentation.
International Symposium on Measurement of Participation in Rehabilitation Research
Video is now available for presentations from our 2008 symposium. In this pre-course to the ACRM-ASNR Joint Educational Conference in Toronto, speakers focused on the key issues of conceptualization, operationalization, environmental influences, and personal characteristics. If you would like to receive a video, please contact Holly DeMark at firstname.lastname@example.org or watch the video free on-line.
Infusing Outcomes Measurement into Clinical Practice
Outcomes Measurement Database
The Rehabilitation Measures Database (www.rehabmeasures.org) was developed to help clinicians and researchers identify reliable and valid instruments used to assess patient outcomes during all phases of rehabilitation. The database provides evidence-based summaries that include concise descriptions of each instrument’s psychometric properties, instructions for administering and scoring each assessment as well as a representative bibliography with citations linked to PubMed abstracts. Whenever possible, we have also included a copy of the instrument for the users to download or information about obtaining the instrument. The database would not be possible without funding from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education (grant award H133B090024).