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STUDY BASICS

Have you had a physical disability diagnosis for at least the past 2 years? Do you use a wheeled mobility device at least 30 hours/week, and require assistance with transfers? You and your caregiver may be able to participate in a study to evaluate CATT by using it to find out how individuals with physical disabilities and their caregivers perform assisted transfers. Compensation is provided.


IRB: STUDY20070186A
- Reliability and Validity of the Caregiver Assisted Transfer Technique Instrument (CATT)


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MEET THE RESEARCHER


Alicia Koontz

Alicia Koontz, PhD, RET, APT, is an associate professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology and the Associate Director for Research at the Human Engineering Research Laboratories. Dr. Koontz received her PhD degree in Rehabilitation Science from the University of Pittsburgh and BS and MS degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Wright State University. Koontz's research is aimed towards improving the health, function and quality of life of wheelchair users. She has expertise in the areas of rehabilitation biomechanics, assistive technology, and secondary injury prevention.