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Learnings from NIDILRR-funded disability employment research in the 21st century: A systematic scoping review

Project Team:

Vasudha Gidugu, Zlatka Russinova, Philippe Bloch, Marianne Farkas

Project Goal:

To conduct a systematic scoping review and synthesis of learnings from NIDILRR funded disability employment research.

Importance:

To improve effective utilization of knowledge and products gained through the course of research by stakeholders to improve the lives of people with disabilities.

Objectives & Activities:

  • Gather and review literature reporting findings from NIDILRR funded disability employment research year 2000 onwards.
  • Summarize findings by disability area addressing three research topics- determinants of employment, person level interventions, and policy interventions/ initiatives.
  • Produce scoping review papers, plain language summaries, and other dissemination products.