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Six Years of Rehabilitation Research: Studies of Personnel in Health Related Professions, Client Motivation and Research Utilization. Final Report.

Author: John E Ed Muthard; Gainesville Coll of Health Related Professions Florida Univ; Gainesville Regional Rehabilitation Research Inst Florida Univ; Neil S Ed Dumas
Publisher: UF-RRRI, Health Center, Box 208, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32601 (Single Copies Are Free). 1969-04-00
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This report reviews the accomplishments, nature, score, and intended impact of the Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute at the University of Florida (UF-RRRI). The Institute's current projects and activities in manpower and research utilization are reviewed as well as investigations conducted by previous staff members in the areas of client motivation and the selection of personnel for the health related  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John E Ed Muthard; Gainesville Coll of Health Related Professions Florida Univ; Gainesville Regional Rehabilitation Research Inst Florida Univ; Neil S Ed Dumas
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This report reviews the accomplishments, nature, score, and intended impact of the Regional Rehabilitation Research Institute at the University of Florida (UF-RRRI). The Institute's current projects and activities in manpower and research utilization are reviewed as well as investigations conducted by previous staff members in the areas of client motivation and the selection of personnel for the health related professions. Abstracts of completed studies are provided in addition to an enumeration of the Institute's research resources and on-going projects investigating the use of support personnel in occupational and physical therapy as well as rehabilitation counseling. (Author)

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