Research Scientist II, Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center
Brian R. Theodore, PhD, is trained in Experimental Psychology with a focus on Health Psychology and Quantitative Methods. Over the past 7 years, he has conducted clinical research on patient-reported outcomes assessment, psychometric validation of outcome measures, statistical models identifying risk factors for barriers to recovery, health economic evaluation, and medico-legal issues relevant to the rehabilitation of patients suffering from chronic pain and disability. He has routinely served as Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on grants designed to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions for pain and functional improvement across the healthcare continuum, using structured interdisciplinary rehabilitation, telehealth, web-based training modules, longitudinal patient-reported outcomes assessment and registries, and workflow integration of these solutions into the clinical setting. Dr. Theodore is currently a Research Scientist II at the Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center overseeing the development of a comprehensive research program in rehabilitation of patients with acquired brain injuries. He also serves as the Co-Chair of the Knowledge Translation Taskforce in ACRM's Complementary and Integrative Rehabilitation Medicine Networking Group's Executive Committee.