ENACT doctoral fellow Rawan AlHeresh, MS OTR, will be published in the...
Promoting Physical Activity
Physical activity is essential for people living with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions. ENACT is engaged in research and community outreach programs to enhance the base of knowledge among practitioners and people with arthritis about what activity levels are optimal.
Participating in Work and Daily Life
Work disability and disengagement from social activities are common side effects of arthritis today. ENACT’s mission supports expansion of knowledge and strategies for remaining engaged in work and social activities.
Science in Action: Programs and Resources
ENACT develops and participates in the dissemination of evidence-based tools for rehabilitation professionals and also educational community programs about activity and arthritis.
Effective interventions are greatly needed to allow people with arthritis and other rheumatic conditions such as lupus, fibromyalgia and scleroderma to fully engage in their daily, work, and social activities. ENACT addresses this critical need through interdisciplinary research, training, and educational programs.