The overall objectives of the ARRT-CP are to: 1) provide competency-based, person-centered, community-engaged research training in community living and participation in persons with disabilities; 2) provide instruction in state-of-the art measurement and assessment methods to generate new understanding that promotes community living and participation; 3) prepare rehabilitation researchers to conduct research in real-world community-based settings, including home, school, and other environments; 4) foster professional development to prepare fellows for independent rehabilitation research careers; and 5) build productive multi-disciplinary collaborations that will lead to successful careers to address the critical shortage of qualified rehabilitation scientists.
The fellowship has two immediate openings for research fellow applicants, so please spread the word about this amazing rehabilitation research training opportunity. Please reach out to Dr. Murphy ([email protected]) or Dr. Kratz ([email protected]) with any questions.
A tremendous congratulations to Drs. Murphy and Kratz for this award, allowing PM&R to continue its great tradition of rehabilitation research training!