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Dissemination of Disability Research

Research Registries

A research registry is a system for collecting information on specific research studies and maintaining it in a structured record. Research registries are used to record and maintain documentation on study abstracts, designs (e.g., randomized trials), funding (e.g., from NIDRR), research study status, results, and/or research volunteer opportunities. Research registries, often described as databases, vary in disciplinary focus and are increasing in popularity and use for consumers and providers in health and function domains such as medicine, rehabilitation, dentistry, nursing, and education. The following are registries that focus on:





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National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)
Project Number: H133A060028
U.S. Department of Education