Our Mission

The importance placed on outcome studies in medical rehabilitation has grown dramatically in recent years as clinicians and researchers have been required to find cost-effective means of providing patient care. The Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research (CROR) is responsible for conducting outcomes research.
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Rehabilitation Measures Database

Check out the Rehabilitation Measures Database (RMD) for access to hundreds of instrument summaries and psychometric data.
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RRTC: Employment and Disability

Check out the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center affiliated with the Center for Rehabilitation Outcomes Research
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Our Projects

Take a look at a few of the projects we work on everyday.

RRTC: Employment and Disability
PROJECT TYPE: Quality Improvement, Health Services Research

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RRTC: Home and Community-Based Services
PROJECT TYPE: Health Services Research, Outcomes

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Clinical Trials

Please join our research registry to consider becoming a participant.

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Efficacy of a Telehealth Pain Self-Management Intervention

The E-TIPS trial will evaluate an evidence-based, telehealth pain self-management intervention compared to standard care (a waitlist) for chronic pain in adults with physical disabilities who are employed

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Clinical Research Registry (CRR)

Sign up here to be enrolled in our contact list for current and future studies that may benefit you and our research around spinal cord injury and stroke.

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Selected Publications

Cost-effectiveness analysis of overground robotic training versus conventional locomotor training in people with spinal cord injury.

BACKGROUND: Few, if any estimates of cost-effectiveness for locomotor training strategies following spinal cord injury (SCI) are available. The purpose of this study was to estimate the cost-effectiveness of locomotor training strategies following spinal cord injury (overground robotic locomotor training versus conventional locomotor training) by injury status (complete versus incomplete) using a practice-based cohort. METHODS: A probabilistic cost-effectiveness analysis was conducted using a…

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