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Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research Registry
If you are interested in participating in a research project, click the link below to search for active research projects at RIC.
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The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago's (RIC) Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research (CROR) conducts a variety of research projects related to quantifying the outcomes of rehabilitation. This work is in part funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, the Social Security Administration, the Veterans Administration and other sources. CROR's primary research projects are listed below.
Motivational Interviewing and Physical Activity Behavior Change in Arthritis - This research will help health professionals understand how people with arthritis view the motivational interviewing process and how it helps them improve their physical activity behavior.
Development of Quality Measures for Post-Stroke Rehabilitation - The goal of this project is to develop quality measures for post-stroke rehabilitation programs that can be used to foster the delivery of high-quality rehabilitation care.
In addition to conducting numerous primary research projects the researchers who work at the RIC's CROR also lead and participate in a number of other active research projects that are initiated by their colleagues at other leading institutions, across the nation. A list of these projects is found below.
SCI-QOL - Measuring Quality of Life for Spinal Cord Injury: The Next Generation of Instruments
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