Tele-Studies

Several research studies can be completed from your home and do not require travel to our offices. Participation involves answering questionnaires and requires access to either a telephone or computer.

 

  • Improving Quality of Life in Epilepsy

    This study seeks to see whether a phone-intervention called HOBSCOTCH will improve health, daily functioning and quality of life among patients with refractory epilepsy (chronic epilepsy that cannot be fully controlled by medications). 

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  • Women's Disability and Health

    This study investigates the effectiveness of a new women's health questionnaire that is designed to help doctors better understand how to treat women with disabilities. 

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  • Comparison of Two Group Wellness Interventions in Partner Caregivers of Individuals with TBI

    The purpose of this research study is to compare the effect of two different types of group wellness interventions for partner caregivers of individuals with TBI. 

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  • Residential Instability in Chronic SCI: An Investigation of Patterns and Consequences.

    This study investigates the occurrence of geographic mobility, neighborhood influences, and the relationship between housing instability and health and well-being for people with chronic spinal cord injury.

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  • Equity and Quality in Assistive Technology for Individuals with SCI (EQUATE)

    The purpose of the study is to investigate equity and quality of assistive technology (e.g., wheelchairs) provision and outcomes for individuals with SCI.

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  • Comprehensive Model of Adherence in MS.

    The purpose of this study is to investigate how individuals with MS make decisions regarding their MS medications and treatment.

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