Assessing Rehabilitation Outcomes after Severe Neuromusculoskeletal Injury

The purpose of this study is to create questions that measure topics important to the health and well-being of people with limb injuries. The study aims to make these questions useful in both military and civilian healthcare settings to improve treatment and promote health and better rehabilitation outcomes for those with limb injuries.

This study is being conducted at the University of Delaware, with support from researchers at several other facilities, including Kessler Foundation. 

This study is completely remote and does not require in-person visits.

Actively Recruiting

Participants complete two 2-hour phone interviews.

Some participants will be included in a longitudinal portion of the study and will participate in follow-up assessments at the 1-year and 2-year marks. 

Inclusion Criteria
  • Individuals age 18-65 who have sustained a moderate to severe injury to at least one limb which may have resulted in a major amputation or limb preservation procedure. 
  • able to read, write, and understand English. 

Participants who complete the two phone interviews receive $125.

Participants selected for the longitudinal portion of the study receive an additional $215 for completing three follow-up phone interviews. 

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