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CROR Current Publications & Presentations

2014

CROR-developed measures

Community Participation Indicators (CPI)

Orthotics Prosthetics User Survey (OPUS)

Peer-reviewed publications

Presentations

  • Chan L, Heinemann A, Hoenig H. How To Get Published: Authorship, Guidelines & Reviewing in Medical Rehabilitation. Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Clohan D, Deutsch A, C. Z. The Present and Future of Quality Measures and How They Impact Your Practice in the Rehabilitation Hospital Setting. San Diego, CA: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly; 2014.
  • Deutsch A, Resnik L, Neumann H, KJ. O. Best Practices for Reporting Rehabilitation Research Toronto, Ontario: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine; 2014.
  • French J, Cowan RE, Simcox S, Castel C, Schmidt-Read M, Deutsch A, Backus D, J. M. The Role of Research in Reimbursement. Toronto, Ontario: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine; 2014.
  • Gifford D, Feldman R, Gage B, Deutsch, A. Skilled Nursing Facility Prospective Payment System Part A Rehabilitation Therapy: Addressing the Controversy & Redesigning Therapy Payment. National Harbor, MD2014.
  • Gray D, Simon R, Perez B, Heinemann A, Magasi S, Tulsky DS, Hammel J, Hahn E, Garcia S, Lai J-S, Jerousek S, Wong A. How Well Do Environmental Factor Measures Cover the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health Domains? Berlin, Germany: Paper presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research; 2014.
  • Heinemann A. Outcome measurement in USA: FIM, CARE tool and PROMIS, Keynote speaker, Regional Center of Knowledge Translation in Rehabilitation. Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital, Oslo, Norway2014.
  • Heinemann A. Outcome measures in rehabilitation. The Rehabilitation Conference of the Southeastern Norway Regional Health Authority, Lillestrøm, Norway2014.
  • Heinemann A. New Approaches to Measuring Quality of Life following Traumatic Brain Injury. RIC Academy, Chicago, IL2014.
  • Heinemann A. Measuring, Modeling, and Managing Rehabilitation Outcomes. Phoenix, AZ: Mediware Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Heinemann A. Insider Perspective on Strategies to Improve Research Capacity-Building in Disability and Rehabilitation. Arlington, VA: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research-sponsored Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training and Switzer Fellowship Summit; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Magasi S, Hammel J. Environmental Factors Item Development for Persons with Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury. Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Magasi S, Raad J. Mediating Entities in the Knowledge Translation Cycle as Catalysts for Organizational Change Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Miskovic A, Wong A, Gray D, Hollingsworth H, Lai J-S, Magasi S, Hammel J, Tulsky D, Hahn E, Garcia S, Jerousek S. Do Environmental Factor Measures Identify Distinct or Common Elements? . Berlin, Germany: Paper presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Moore J, Raad J. Evidence, Theory, and Experience: Implementing Evidence in to Rehabilitation Practice Chicago, IL: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Grand Rounds; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Neumann H, Etingen B, Miskovic A, Locatelli S, Chen D, LaVela S. Patient-centered care: Perceptions of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Piatt J, Van Puymbroek M. Measuring Rehabilitation Outcomes: Implications for Recreational Therapy Clinicians, Educators and REsearchers. American Therapeutic Recreation Association Webinar; 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Raad J, Segal N. Developing outcomes data management and reporting capacity for musculoskeletal rehabilitation programs. Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Lai J-S, Hammel J, Heinemann A, Gray D, Magasi S, Tulsky D, Hahn E, Garcia S, Jerousek S. Using the ICF’s Environmental Factors Framework to Develop an Item Bank Measuring Services, Systems, and Policy Affecting Persons with Disabilities. Berlin, Germany: Paper presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research; 2014.
  • Lee J, Song J, Ainsworth BE, Chang RW, Ehrlich-Jones L, Pellegrini CA, Semanik PA, Sharma L, DD D. Sedentary Time is an Independent Risk Factor for Incident Disability. Boston, MA: American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting; 2014.
  • Leland NE, Roberts P, Deutsch A, Sidelinker JC. Ensuring the Delivery of High-Quality Fall Prevention: How Rehabilitation Professionals Engage in Quality Improvement. Toronto, Ontario: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine; 2014.
  • Neumann H, Deutsch A, Backus D, A. S. Navigating US Post-Acute Care Policy: Where Do I Begin? . Toronto, Ontario: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine; 2014.
  • Seel R, Heinemann A, Kean J, Chan L. Developing and Reporting Research Evidence That Makes a Difference in Systematic Reviews. Toronto, ON, Canada: American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference; 2014.
  • Semanik PA, Lee JL, Song J, Chang RW, Sohn M-W, Ehrlich-Jones LS, Nevitt MM, Kwoh CK, DD D. The Association Between Accelerometer Monitored Sedentary Behavior and Observed Physical Function Loss. Boston, MA: American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting; 2014.
  • Song J, Lindquist LA, Chang RW, Semanik PA, Ehrlich-Jones LS, Lee J, Sohn M-W, DD D. Sedentary Behavior is a Distinct Factor from Low Level of Moderate-to-Vigorous Activity for Incident Frailty. Boston, MA: American College of Rheumatology Annual Scientific Meeting; 2014.
  • Tulsky DS, Heinemann A. Development of a new measurement system to assess HRQOL in individuals with Spinal Cord Injury. Berlin, Germany: Paper presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research; 2014.
  • Tulsky DS, Heinemann A, Semik P, Lai J-S, Carlozzi N, Kisala P. Development of an item bank to measure economic quality of life (ECQ) for individuals with disabilities. Berlin, Germany: Paper presented at the 21st Annual International Society of Quality of Life Research; 2014.
  • Heinemann AW, "Development and evaluation of environmental factor instruments for use following spinal cord injury".  53rd International Spinal Cord Society (ISCoS) Annual Scientist Meeting: MECC, Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 2-4, 2014.
  • Heinemann A, Baum C, Tulsky D. Research Recommendations from the State of the Science Conference on Outcome Measurement in Medical Rehabilitation. Symposium at the Rehabilitation Psychology 2014 Conference, San Antonio, TX, February 27, 2014.
  • Improving the Measurement Properties of Depressive Symptom Instruments: A Rasch Measurement Example. Invited presentation at the University of Michigan, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Ann Arbor, MI, February 14, 2014.
  • Deutsch A. Improving Care Transitions: Policymakers’ Perspective. International Stroke Conference. San Diego, CA. February 14, 2014.
  • Jensen SE, Butt Z, Heinemann AW, Cella D, Kuiken T, Dumanian GA. Perceptions of Upper Limb Transplantation Benefits and Risks: The Amputee Perspective. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Hand Surgery, January 9, 2014, Kauai, HI.