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Sharon Sonenblum, Ph.D., is developing a pressure injury assessment tool.
Danny Langfield will become Executive Director of the new non-profit.
Researchers also found multiple sclerosis to be more common in certain regions.
The National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel seeks to support research on pressure injury priority topics.
Research examined the factors that made physicians more likely to note a patient's mobility issues.
University of Sydney study will use brain imaging to better understand the pain that often accompanies spinal cord injuries.
Paper is under a shortened comment period as industry awaits CMS coverage response.
Research also identified American regions with higher numbers of patients.
Research project focuses on how caregivers transfer people with disabilities.
The new program has awarded a 12-month project grant.
Marquette University study uses a dynamic treadmill system to test gait.
Paper focuses on the medical and functional benefits that seat elevation can provide.
Next year's International Seating Symposium takes place in person in Pittsburgh.
National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel is looking to fund projects based on the organization's research priorities.
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What standards really mean and how they impact can seating decisions.
Researchers say swearing can reduce pain and help clients to bond with therapists.
Program will help to fund research related to pressure injury topics.
Researchers taught goldfish to operate a power mobility device. Yes, really.
Research project is examining many current factors, including policy, funding, and wheelchair provision.
University of Pittsburgh survey is part of a Disability and Rehabilitation Research Project.
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