Dr. Craig Ravesloot is a Clinical Psychologist and Research Professor of Psychology at the University of Montana where he directs rural disability, health and community living research for the Research and Training Center on Disability in Rural Communities. Dr. Ravesloot has over 25 years’ experience in research, program development and evaluation of services for people with disabilities funded through the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Public Health Service (PHS). He was awarded the Disability and Health research scientist of the year award by the Southwest Conference on Disabilities and the Distinguished Service Award by the National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers. He has published numerous articles covering a range of topics including health, employment and independent living for people with disabilities.
- Community Access from the American Housing Survey
- Consumer Self-Managed Use of Rural Healthcare Services
- Ecological Decision Support for Health Promotion
- Ecology of Rural Disability
- Geography and Rural Disability
- Home Usability Networks
- Living Well with a Disability
- Monitoring and Managing Community Accessibility
- Nursing Home Emancipation
- Pain Interference Patterns
- Participation in Events: Measuring Opportunity in Rural Environments
- Peer Support for Rural Mental Health
- Peer Support for Secondary Mental Health Conditions
- Person-Environment Fit
- Secondary Conditions
- Transportation and the American Time Use Survey
- Working Well with a Disability
- Vocational Rehabilitation Agency Self-Employment: Rural/Urban Use
- Search for Craig Ravesloot’s publications on UMScholarWorks.
- Search for Craig Ravesloot’s publications on Google Scholar.