NIDILRR establishes this Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) to improve community living and participation outcomes among adults with SMI. This RRTC will generate new research-based knowledge toward interventions to improve community living and participation outcomes among people with SMIs. In prioritizing this RRTC, NIDILRR aims to build upon previous investments in research and development to generate research-based evidence toward innovative interventions that support community living and participation among individuals with SMIs.
For further details on priority areas, see p. 7 of the FOA in Attached Files.
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