Ongoing Research Projects
ENACT’s 2 clinical trials and qualitative study are funded by a Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR).
Click the links below to read more about each study:
The Work It Study: “Efficacy of a Modified Vocational Rehabilitation Intervention for Work Disability” is a randomized controlled trial examining the effects of two approaches on work disability outcomes. (Principal Investigator: Dr. Julie Keysor) – read more
The BOOST Study: “Can computer-based telephone counseling improve long-term adherence to strength training in elders with knee osteoarthritis?” is a randomized controlled trial of a novel physical activity adherence program for older adults with knee OA. (Principal Investigator: Dr. Kristin Baker) – read more
The Knee Replacement Study: “Community and Home Participation after Total Knee Replacement” is an epidemiological and qualitative study examining factors associated with poor participation outcomes post total knee joint replacement. (Principal Investigator: Dr. Jessica Maxwell; Co-Principal Investigator Dr. David Felson) – read more