REACT Center investigators can provide access to these cores:
The REACT Center has compiled a list of medical rehabilitation databases—retrospective and prospective—and potentially available for investigators to use for the generation of high-quality, reliable, and statistically observational studies, ideas, or collaborations.
The REACT Mobile Technology Laboratory catalyzes rigorous, home-based medical rehabilitation clinical trials by providing the national community of medical rehabilitation researchers a resource for evaluating the validity and reliability of novel and existing tools and technology used for remote data collection in clinical trials.
Medical rehabilitation investigators and those interested in this area of research can view this feed from ClinicalTrials.gov to learn about recent additions to its database specific to medical rehab. The most recent 15 trials are displayed. A link at the bottom of the page takes you to the complete listing on the ClinicalTrials.gov website.
The National Institute on Aging offers a set of tools to help clinical researchers streamline study start-up and adhere to standards. The toolbox provides researchers and their study teams with a central source of materials to incorporate consistent processes, collect accurate data, and maintain appropriate safety oversight. It can serve as a starting point for designing a study and also as a reference in an ongoing study.