NARRTC will highlight poster submissions by students (PhD students and Post-Doctoral Fellows) working on NIDILRR-funded grants during the the Annual NARRTC Conference. Submissions are solicited during the Call for Papers prior to the Conference each year.
A panel of judges will review student poster submissions, and the winner will be announced during the Awards Ceremony at the Annual Conference. The winner will receive a $250 honorarium.
Randa Abdelrahim, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois-Chicago – "Family support promising practices: Identification and assessment of an initial set of promising practices"
Elizabeth G. Wood, PhD Candidate, Washington State University – "Insurance Instability and Usual Source of Care for People with Disabilities"
Eric Lauer, PhD Candidate, University of New Hampshire – "Changes in Health Insurance Coverage for Minority Populations with Disabilities in the United States from 2009-2015"