News From The Rehabilitation Research
and Training Center: Health & Wellness (RRTC)!
Access to Health Care Survey
Thank you for your interest in the Access to Health Care
Survey. The response was quicker and higher than we expected! The
results have been compiled, and are now available here.
The RRTC: Health & Wellness was funded for a second
by the . We have
planned a rich group of projects to address the three priorities
identified by our funding agency:
- Identify strategies to overcome barriers that impede access to routine healthcare for individuals with disabilities.
- Identify interventions in areas such as exercise, nutrition, pain management, or complementary and alternative therapies that promote health and wellness and minimize the occurrence of secondary conditions for persons with disabilities.
- Develop improved status measurement tool(s) to assess health and well-being of individuals with disabilities regardless of functional ability.
The RRTC: Health & Wellness has changed its structure to
better accommodate these new priorities. Oregon
Health & Science University’s Oregon Institute on Disability & Development
is still at the helm. Partnering agencies will serve on Expert
Panels and contribute from their collective expertise. Partnering
Explore our new website.
About: About the RRTC, its partners, advisory board, funding agency and more.
Research: Learn about all the new research projects the Center will be undertaking in the next five years.
Training: Read descriptions of the new training projects.
Dissemination/Technical Assistance: A new section highlighting the dissemination and technical assistance projects of the RRTC.
What's New: Everything new! Presentations, job opportunities, publications, and news.
Health Info: Visit this section for health information tailored for the consumer audience.
Library: The library is home to presentations, publications, and a comprehensive database of resources for people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and providers.
Search: Search the RRTC site or the world wide web.
Tools: Visit the tools section to learn about assistive technology tools available to help people access the web in new and unique ways.
Site Map: Looking for something specific? The site map is a good place to start.
Archive: All the research, training, and library pages from the 1999 - 2004 funding cycle of the RRTC: Health & Wellness Consortium.