Research Progress Report
University of Montana Rural Institute
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Public Health
The Disability Prevention Project at the University of Montana and the University of Kansas has developed and evaluated an eight week workshop and self-help manual that targets the prevention and management of secondary conditions among adults with spinal cord injuries. The preliminary results of this intervention are very encouraging.
health and wellness, health promotion, secondary conditions, independent living, Living Well, rural, disability
Centers for Disease Control and Injury Prevention
This project is funded by a grant (R04/CCR808519-03-1) from the Centers for Disease Control and Injury Prevention.
Seekins, Tom Ph.D.; Ravesloot, Craig Ph.D.; Norris, Kay Ph.D.; Szalda-Petree, Ann Ph.D.; Young, Quincy-Robyn; White, Glen Ph.D.; Golden, Ken M.A.; Lopez, Juan Carlos M.A.; Steward, Julie; and Rural Institute, University of Montana, "Cost Containment Through Disability Prevention: Preliminary Results of a Health Promotion Workshop for People with Physical Disabilities" (2014). Health and Wellness. 20.