The purpose of the NARRTC (formerly known as the National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers) is to improve the quality of life, independence of life choices, and the inclusion of individuals with disabilities and their families through relevant research, training, technical assistance, knowledge translation, development and demonstration activities.
NARRTC members are current projects funded through the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The ultimate mission of NARRTC is to promote the full inclusion of persons with disabilities in American society.
NARRTC 38th Annual Conference is an opportunity for NIDILRR grantees to share the latest research findings, training and knowledge translation methodologies and results related to enhancing interventions, programs or systems to improve the lives of people with disabilities. Watch the website for updates and more conference information.
Pre-NARRTC Workshop "Systematic Reviewing for Evidence-based Practice: An Introductory Workshop"
Learn the basics of conducting a high-quality systematic review using the “gold standard” methods of the Campbell Collaboration. This interactive workshop will take place on May 3 - 4, 2016 (9 AM - 4 PM each day) at the Hilton Alexandria Old Town. No charge to attend, but space is limited, so please register by April 17. Faculty: Dr. Michael Borenstein, Director of BioStat, and Dr. Emily Tanner–Smith, Research Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University.
Register Here: surveygizmo.com/s3/2510607/Pre-NARRTC-Workshop-2016
Workshop Overview: ktdrr.org/training/workshops/2016sr/