ENACT doctoral fellow Rawan AlHeresh, MS OTR, will be published in the...
ENACT hosted a new investigator workshop on April 6th, the day before the State of the Science Meeting. The goal of the workshop was to enhance the capability of new investigators to employ innovative and novel research methods that can be used to address critical clinical research questions. The workshop agenda was designed to provide opportunities for new investigators to interact with international experts in rehabilitation and arthritis research. In addition to individual mentoring, the workshop agenda included presentations on using large data sets and selecting optimal outcome measures. Furthermore, new investigators had an opportunity to participate in the State of the Science Meeting the following day.
New investigators were encouraged to apply by submitting the following: CV, summary of research goals, and research abstract. An expert panel reviewed applications to narrow attendance to 20 select participants. Submitted abstracts were considered for inclusion as a poster presentation during the State of the Science Meeting. Registration fees and travel expenses will be supported, in part. Space is limited.
We received an excellent group of applicants and invited 20 New Investigators to participate in the Workshop. See who they were here.
Click Here to View the Mentors & Agenda:
|1:00||Welcome: Building the Next Generation of Rheumatological Rehabilitation Researchers|
|Julie Keysor, PT, PhD, Boston University ENACT Center|
|1:10||National Arthritis Datasets: Opportunities for Research Using Publically Available Data|
|David Felson, MD, MPH, Boston University Clinical Epidemiology|
|1:40||Performance-Based Outcome Measures|
|Nancy Latham, PT, PhD, Boston University Health and Disability Research Institute|
|2:10||Measuring Activity and Participation Outcomes: Patient-Reported Outcomes|
|Alan Jette, PT, PhD, Boston University Health and Disability Research Institute|
|3:00||State-of-the-Art Instrumented Outcome Measurements|
|Paolo Bonato, PhD, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Motion Analysis Laboratory|
|3:30||Comparative Effectiveness Research: A New Study Design for Clinical Practice|
|Nancy Baker, ScD, MPH, OTR/L, University of Pittsburgh|
|4:00||Power and P-Value : Biostatisticians’ Priority P’s|
|Michael LaValley, PhD, Boston University Department of Biostatistics|
|4:30||Wrap-up and Panel|
|5:30-7:00||Junior Investigator Poster Presentation
State of the Science Meeting on Promoting Activity and Participation among Persons with Arthritis. Click here to return to information page for the meeting.