Member Surveys

Members & Publications

AAPM&R offers this area of the website to highlight member-created surveys and studies that you may share with the PM&R community. Do you have a survey or study that you need assistance answering from the community? Submit your surveys here and answer a brief questionnaire. 

Disclaimer: Please note that these surveys and research requests are submitted by AAPM&R members and are not formally endorsed by AAPM&R. AAPM&R encourages the research efforts of our members. AAPM&R reserves the right to deny requests where the purpose or content may not be considered in the best interests of AAPM&R or its members. This platform intended for member surveys by members only, not industry research. 

Member Submitted Study Seeking Participants:

Autologous Stem cell skin research for people with limb loss

The goal of this study is to permanently convert the skin on an amputee's residual limb to help reduce skin breakdown by making the residual limb skin more like the skin on the palm and sole, which is much more resistant to breakdown and wounds. We will take a sample of the palm/sole skin from the participant, grow the stem cells, inject them into the residual limb, and monitor for changes in the skin on the residual limb. We know that this might help many amputees to more fully use their prosthetic devices, since prosthetic use is often significantly limited by skin breakdown at the residual limb. 

Potential subjects should be within 2 hours driving distance from Baltimore.  

Participate in our Member Submitted Survey Requests:

Language in Rehab

PGY-3s from at the University of Washington PM&R program.

For rehab trainees: residents and fellows only.

Does it run in the family? Examining intergenerational influences in the medical profession

Researchers from Duke University School of Medicine, UNC School of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine at Penn, and Stanford Medicine

All US physicians, residents, fellows, and medical students are eligible to fill out this survey.

 

Technical Practitioner Survey on Performance of Epidural Steroid Injections

Researches from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital/Harvard Medical School

For physiatrists in interventional pain.