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The goal of our research is to design, evaluate, and disseminate rehabilitation research to improve shared decision-making. Our aim is to evaluate health care delivery systems to implement value-based care. Our projects focus on neurological conditions, aging, and chronic conditions.Value-based care may be defined differently by varying stakeholders involved in the health system. We will incorporate perspectives of all stakeholders including but not limited to clinicians, patients, caregivers, and payers. In addition, our projects will generate and synthesize evidence that compare the benefits and harms to prevent, diagnose, treat outcomes and improve health care delivery.

Updates

8.1.2019: Tony Chen presented at the SURE symposium on his research project titled “Caregiver stress and burden among Hispanic elderly with Stroke”

 

 

 

7.30.2019: Katelyn Corridon presented at the Rehabilitation Research Seminar on her project titled: AM-PAC TM“6-Clicks” Basic Mobility Score Predicts Discharge Destination in a Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit

New Publication: Stroke Survivors’ Perspectives on Post-Acute Rehabilitation Options, Goals, Satisfaction, and Transition to Home

5.9.2019: DPT III students Sarah Stanley, Naomi Kotai, Mary Nguyen, and Raques McGill present their poster at the Emory DPT poster day

 

 

 

5.9.2019: DPT III students Emily B and Heather B present their poster at the Emory DPT poster day

 

 

 

 

Tony Chen presenting at the Undergraduate Research Poster Day

 

 

 

 

3.6.2019: Haobin (Tony) Chen’s application titled “Stress and Burden among Hispanic Elderly with Stroke: An Investigation of HEPESE Dataset” recieved an award from the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program at Emory University. For this project, Tony will work under Dr. Krishnan’s supervision. Tony will receive a $3000 stipend and housing for 10 weeks from the SURE program. Congratulations Tony!!

1.17.2019: Media Highlight: How to care for yourself when you’re caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease