Teaching healthcare providers to facilitate self-management of spinal cord injury
Researchers on this project are developing and evaluating an e-learning course that combines disability competency training with education about how to use self-management assessment and skill development in clinical encounters.
This study aims to enhance the knowledge, attitude and ability of healthcare providers to partner with individuals with spinal cord injuries in managing their health in order to promote improved outcomes and better quality of life.
Start date: 4/1/2015
End date: 3/31/2017
Teaching Healthcare Providers to Facilitate Self-Management of Spinal Cord Injury, Craig H. Neilsen Foundation: $14,539
The Craig H. Neilsen Foundation is a private organization that supports research that seeks to understand the biological basis for recovery of function after spinal cord injuries. The Foundation also supports clinical research to develop new treatments and create innovative rehabilitation programs for people living with spinal cord injuries throughout the United States and Canada.