University of Montana Rural Institute
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Public Health
The objective of the Pain Interference Patterns research project is to understand how pain and environmental conditions, like access barriers, affect community participation of people who report physical, sensory and cognitive impairment. The information will be used to develop strategies for increasing participation in rural communities.
health and wellness, pain and participation, impairment, secondary condition, rural, disability
© 2014 RTC:Rural.
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Our research is supported by grant #H133G110077 from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Dept. of Education.
Ipsen, C., Hargrove, T., & Kimbell, N. (2014). Pain and Participation. Missoula: The University of Montana Rural Institute.