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Tips for Researchers

We have learned many hard lessons from our cumulative experience conducting research on the health of women with a range of disabilities. This section CROWD logoaddresses some of these lesson. Please check back for updates...everyday brings new experiences to share! If you would like to add your insights to these issues, please click on Contact CROWD below.

  • "Going Beyond Assumptions: Researching the Health of Women with Disabilities" [course outline] [PowerPoint show with printed narrative]
  • Investigating Violence Against Women with Disabilities
  • Measurement Instruments
    • I: Health Outcomes
    • II: Psychosocial Outcomes
    • III: Health Promoting Behaviors
    • IV: Personal/Social/Environmental Status (Domains)
    • V: Personal/Social/Environmental Resources (Contextual Variables)
  • Choosing a Topic
  • Research Design
  • Qualitative Methodology
  • Quantitative Methodology
  • Including Women with Disabilities in Clinical Trials
  • Use of Advisory Committees
  • Recruitment
  • Retention
  • Safety for Participants and Researchers
  • Evaluation
  • Translation to Policy and Practice
  • Dissemination

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