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    Improving Employment Outcomes

    The KTER Center will connect day-to-day employment support professionals with the best information available on how to assist individuals in obtaining their employment goals.

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    Resources to expand knowledge about evidence-based practices

    The KTER Center will offer articles, website, webcasts, conferences and databases to improve employment for people with disabilities.

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    Training activities for employment-focused grantees

    The KTER Center will provide online courses and online/ in-person workshops that will address the needs of both novice and experienced participants.

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    Bringing employment research to audiences

    The KTER Center will encourage the use of employment research among businesses/employers, policymakers, employment support professionals, people with disabilities and their families, and NIDRR/RSA grantee researchers.


Using Facebook as a KT Strategy
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KTER Center Technical Brief #6

Highlights from a KTER Center Systematic Review: Employment Interventions for Return to Work in Working Aged Adults Following Traumatic Brain Injury.
Technical Briefs

Last Updated on Friday, November 13 2015 10:03
2015 Online Workshop

Barriers and Supports for Research Use/Effective KT Strategies

This workshop is pre-approved for 1.50 CRC-CEUs through 8-31-16.

Last Updated on Friday, November 13 2015 10:14

Get Credit for Free Training Webinar: Learn about cancer-related workplace issues and recent changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Eligible participants can also sign up to participate in the associated research study. Research participants can receive 1 hour CRC-CEU from the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) and 1 hour of recertification credit from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

Cancer and Employment Issues:

Last Updated on Thursday, August 27 2015 15:41

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