Helen Marie Hoenig, MD

Professor of Medicine
Campus mail Duke Box 3003, Durham, NC 27710
Phone (919) 286-6874

1. General Focus and Goals of Research: Dr. Hoenig's research focuses on rehabilitation, and more specifically on assistive technology and teletechnology. Patient populations of interest include geriatric patients with diverse medical problems including stroke, spinal and/or musculoskeletal disorders.

2. Specific Approaches or Techniques: Randomized controlled trials, epidemiological studies including large data base analyses and survey research. Clinical trials include studies of the effects of motorized scooters in persons with difficulty walking, methods for providing wheelchairs, and telerehabilitation for exercise & functional mobility training in the home. Epidemiological studies and survey research have examined use of assistive technology and other coping strategies to disability.

4. Special areas of expertise/national recognition: Rehabilitation health services research, geriatric rehabilitation, assistive technology outcomes, telerehabilitation.

KEY WORDS/PHRASES: Rehabilitation, Process and Outcomes Research, Assistive Technology, Telehealth, Activities of Daily Living, Geriatrics, Disability.

Education and Training

  • Fellow in Health Services Research, Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles, 1991 - 1993
  • Fellow in Geriatric Medicine, Medicine, University of California at Los Angeles, 1989 - 1991
  • Chief Medical Resident, Medicine, United Health Services, 1988 - 1989
  • Medical Resident, Medicine, Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital, 1985 - 1988
  • M.P.H., University of California at Los Angeles, 1993
  • M.D., University of Arizona, 1985

Publications

Jesus, TS, Landry, MD, and Hoenig, H. "Global Need for Physical Rehabilitation: Systematic Analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16, no. 6 (March 19, 2019).

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30893793
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Yeoh, YS, Koh, GC-H, Tan, CS, Tu, TM, Singh, R, Chang, HM, De Silva, DA, Ng, YS, Ang, YH, Yap, P, Chew, E, Merchant, RA, Yeo, TT, Chou, N, Venketasubramanian, N, Lee, KE, Young, SH, Hoenig, H, Matchar, DB, and Luo, N. "Health-related quality of life loss associated with first-time stroke." Plos One 14, no. 1 (January 28, 2019): e0211493-null.

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30689666
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Tyagi, S, Koh, GC-H, Nan, L, Tan, KB, Hoenig, H, Matchar, DB, Yoong, J, Finkelstein, EA, Lee, KE, Venketasubramanian, N, Menon, E, Chan, KM, De Silva, DA, Yap, P, Tan, BY, Chew, E, Young, SH, Ng, YS, Tu, TM, Ang, YH, Kong, KH, Singh, R, Merchant, RA, Chang, HM, Yeo, TT, Ning, C, Cheong, A, Ng, YL, and Tan, CS. "Healthcare utilization and cost trajectories post-stroke: role of caregiver and stroke factors." Bmc Health Services Research 18, no. 1 (November 22, 2018): 881-null.

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30466417
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Yeoh, YS, Koh, GC-H, Tan, CS, Lee, KE, Tu, TM, Singh, R, Chang, HM, De Silva, DA, Ng, YS, Ang, YH, Yap, P, Chew, E, Merchant, RA, Yeo, TT, Chou, N, Venketasubramanian, N, Young, SH, Hoenig, H, Matchar, DB, and Luo, N. "Can acute clinical outcomes predict health-related quality of life after stroke: a one-year prospective study of stroke survivors." Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 16, no. 1 (November 21, 2018): 221-null.

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30463574
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Tyagi, S, Koh, GC-H, Luo, N, Tan, KB, Hoenig, H, Matchar, DB, Yoong, J, Finkelstein, EA, Lee, KE, Venketasubramanian, N, Menon, E, Chan, KM, De Silva, DA, Yap, P, Tan, BY, Chew, E, Young, SH, Ng, YS, Tu, TM, Ang, YH, Kong, KH, Singh, R, Merchant, RA, Chang, HM, Yeo, TT, Ning, C, Cheong, A, Ng, YL, and Tan, CS. "Can caregivers report their care recipients' post-stroke hospitalizations and outpatient visits accurately? Findings of an Asian prospective stroke cohort." Bmc Health Services Research 18, no. 1 (October 25, 2018): 817-null.

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30359277
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Carter, JE, Pyati, S, Kanach, FA, Maxwell, AMW, Belden, CM, Shea, CM, Van de Ven, T, Thompson, J, Hoenig, H, and Raghunathan, K. "Implementation of Perioperative Music Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research." Anesthesia and Analgesia 127, no. 3 (September 2018): 623-631.

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29905616
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Chan, L, Heinemann, AW, and Hoenig, H. "Response From the Editors." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 99, no. 7 (July 1, 2018): 1437-null. (Letter)

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Asano, M, Tai, BC, Chen, C, Yen, SC, Tay, A, Cheong, A, Ng, YS, De Silva, DA, Caves, K, Kumar, Y, Phan, SW, Cai, V, Wong, N, Chew, E, Chen, Z, Hoenig, H, and Koh, G. "Home-based tele-rehabilitation presents comparable and positive impact on self-reported functional outcomes as center-based rehabilitation: Singapore tele-technology aided rehabilitation in stroke (STARS) trial." Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 61 (July 2018): e22-e23.

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Hoenig, HM, Amis, K, Edmonds, C, Morgan, MS, Landerman, L, and Caves, K. "Testing fine motor coordination via telehealth: Effects of video characteristics on reliability and validity." Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 24, no. 5 (June 2018): 365-372.

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28350283
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Jesus, TS, Papadimitriou, C, Pinho, CS, and Hoenig, H. "Key Characteristics of Rehabilitation Quality Improvement Publications: Scoping Review From 2010 to 2016." Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 99, no. 6 (June 2018): 1141-1148.e4. (Review)

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28965737
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