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Nancy Harada, PhD, PT

VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
11301 Wilshire Blvd., ACOS/Education (14)
Los Angeles, CA 90073
Phone: 310-268-3632
E-mail: nancy.harada@va.gov

Adjunct Professor, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

PhD, University of California Los Angeles, 1991
MPA, Health Care Management, University of Southern California, 1985
BS, Physical Therapy, California State University, Northridge, 1979

Telerehabilitation and older adults

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Harada N, Sofaer S, and Kominski G. Functional status outcomes in rehabilitation – implications for prospective payment. Medical Care, 31(4):345-357, April 1993. URL - PMID: 8464251

Harada N, Kominski G, and Sofaer S. The development of a resource-based patient classification scheme for rehabilitation. Inquiry, 30(1):54-63, Spring 1993.
URL - PMID: 8454315

Harada N, Dhanani S, Elrod M, Hahn T, Kleinman L, Fang, M. Feasibility study of home telerehabilitation for physically inactivity older adults. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development. 2010; 47(5): 465-476

Washington DL, Villa V, Brown A, Damron-Rodriguez J, Harada N. Racial/ethnic variations in veterans' ambulatory care use. American Journal of Public Health, 95(12): 2231-2237, December 2005.

Harada N, Chiu V, Damron-Rodriguez J, Fowler E, Siu A, Reuben D. Screening for balance and gait impairment in elderly individuals living in residential care facilities. Physical Therapy, 75(6):462-469, June 1995.

Harada N, Chiu V, Fowler E, Lee M, Reuben D. Physical therapy to improve functioning of older people in residential care facilities. Physical Therapy, 75(9):830-838, September 1995.

Harada N, Chiu V, Tsuneishi C, Fukuhara S, Makinodan T. Cross-cultural adaptation of the SF-36 Health Survey for Japanese-American elderly. Journal of Aging and Ethnicity, 1(2), 1998.

VA Rehabilitation Research and DevelopmentTelerehabilitation for Deconditioned Older Adults. (PI: N. Harada)