"How to Make a Question Become Research: Everyone can do it!"
(Research 101 with 2017 updates including patient-centered content)
“Research 101: Everyone Can Do It” – Training Modules
The following resources assess Kentucky state parks for wheelchair accessibility.
If you would like information on common medical conditions associated with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) please click here
More spinal cord injury information:
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http://www.spinalcord.uab.edu – this web site connects to the Spinal Cord Injury Information Network that is part of the SCI systems. This site has a lot of information about SCI along with some nice educational videos.
www.spinalcordcentral.org – SPINAL CORD CENTRAL is a shining example of collaboration between two leading organizations in the SCI/D community. People living with paralysis, their family members and providers will be able to access information on a wide range of subjects, such as: Rehabilitation (including rehab
referrals), Health & Wellness Tips, Resources for Daily Living, Financial and Legal Issues, Disaster Preparedness, Travel, ADA Compliance, Architectural Barriers, Wheelchairs, and Assistive technology.
Paralyzed Veterans of America
The Paralyzed Veterans of America is an organization committed to ongoing care by educating clinicians about spinal cord injury and to advocate for better health care and benefits for US veterans.