Title

RehabilitationResearch in the 21st Century: Concerns and Potential Solutions

Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Rehabilitation Education

Volume

20

Issue

1

Publication Date

2006

First Page

7

Last Page

19

Abstract

In a recent qualitative investigation of research priorities, members of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education (NCRE) identified barriers to conducting research that fell primarily within three areas: (a) accessibility, (b) research skills, and (c) organizational cultures. Directly related to each of these barriers is the availability of resources to carry out activities that address them. The ramifications of such barriers are significant as research is essential to the growth and development of the field of Rehabilitation. The purpose of this paper is to discuss these barriers at length and explore strategies that can be implemented at individual and organizational levels to address them.

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