Aging and Spinal Cord Injury: A 45-year Longitudinal Study Save

Date Added
February 24th, 2017
PRO Number
Pro00060766
Researcher
James Krause
Keywords
Spinal Cord
Summary

Our purpose is to conduct a 45-year follow-up, the ninth data collection in the SCI Longitudinal Aging Study.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Richard Aust
843-792-2605
aust@musc.edu

RRTC on Secondary Conditions after SCI: Study 1 - Risk and protective factors for secondary conditions: A 15-year longitudinal study. Save

Date Added
May 16th, 2013
IRB Number
19671
Researcher
James Krause
Keywords
Spinal Cord
Summary

The purpose of this study is to identify risk and protective factors for future secondary conditions after spinal cord injury. Our goal is to increase knowledge that can be used to develop prevention strategies targeting factors most predictive of the greatest number of secondary conditions.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Richard Aust
843-792-2605
aust@musc.edu

Measuring Outcomes after Spinal Cord Injury throughout South Carolina: A System of Tracking, Research, and Referral Save

Date Added
May 9th, 2011
PRO Number
Pro00008911
Researcher
James Krause
Keywords
Spinal Cord
Summary

We will be developing a statewide outcomes database, analyzing and disseminating the results, and building a resource for use by diverse investigators in South Carolina in order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the outcomes of people with SCI in South Carolina, their access to health services, and the interrelationships between access to services and clinical outcomes.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Richard Aust
843-792-2605
aust@musc.edu

RRTC on Secondary Conditions after SCI: Study 2 - Association of health services with secondary conditions: Use of a population-based cohort of persons with SCI. Save

Date Added
February 12th, 2011
PRO Number
Pro00008829
Researcher
James Krause
Keywords
Spinal Cord
Summary

This study will identify the association of access to health services, including initial rehabilitation services (i.e., inpatient, outpatient only, no rehabilitation), with presence of secondary conditions. By using a population-based cohort, this study will identify the role of access to services among those with the fewest resources as they are at greatest risk for secondary conditions.

Institution
MUSC
Recruitment Contact
Richard Aust
843-792-2605
aust@musc.edu

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