This site requires Javascript.

Please enable Javascript before proceeding:

Firefox

  1. In the FireFox address bar, type about:config.
  2. Look for the javascript.enabled setting.
  3. Set it to true by right-clicking and pressing toggle.

Internet Explorer

  1. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options, then click the Security tab.
  2. Click the Internet Zone.
  3. If you do not have to customize your Internet security settings, click Default Level. Then do step 4.
  4. If you have to customize your Internet security settings, follow these steps:
    a. Click Custom Level.
    b. In the Security Settings - Internet Zone dialog box, click Enable for Active Scripting in the Scripting section.
  5. Click the Back button to return to the previous page, and then click the Refresh button to run scripts.

Chrome

  1. In the Chrome address bar, type chrome://settings/content/javascript.
  2. Adjust the toggle so that javascript is allowed.
  3. Close the Settings tab and Refresh the page.

 

Abstracts of Distinction

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
1Exploring the Benefits of 3D Printing for Lower-Limb Prosthetic SocketsClara Phillips West Park Healthcare Centre

Arezoo Eshraghi West Park Healthcare Centre

Winfried Heim West Park Healthcare Centre
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
2Brain Injury Speaks: Growing a Stakeholder Engagement Network for Survivors of Brain Injury and their Family Members/Caregivers Ruth Wilcock Ontario Brain Injury Association

Judith Gargaro Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Gazal Kukreja Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
16Improving the Implementation of Brain Injury Guidelines Across the ProvinceGazal Kukreja Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Judith Gargaro Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
18Enriching Clients' Lives with the 1000WORDS Photography ProgramRebecca Swift Brain Injury Services Muskoka Simcoe

Percival Morier March of Dimes Canada

Jeff Young March of Dimes Canada

Alda Tee Central East Stroke Network

Elizabeth Faraone March of Dimes Canada
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
19Intimacy and Sex After StrokeNina Hovanec University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Andrea Calvet University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Kristyn Emmerzael University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Bayla Cheskes University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Vanessa Ong University Health Network - Toronto Rehab
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
29Community-based Pre-operative Education ClassesTeri Czajka Hamilton Health Sciences

Kristina Saric Hamilton Health Sciences
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
30Experiences of Patients and Caregivers with Transitions in Care Following Hip Fracture: A Scoping ReviewSara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Amanda Everall Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Kerry Kuluski Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Lauren Cadel Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Maliha Asif Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
33Inter-Organizational Transfer of Accountability Guideline: From Acute Care to Rehab/CCC to Community CareSanja Milicic Iafrate GTA Rehab Network

Sharon Ocampo-Chan GTA Rehab Network

Charissa Levy GTA Rehab Network
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
35Patient and Family Engagement in Rehabilitation Research: Creating a Print Educational ToolMarina Wasilewski St. John's Rehab

Sander Hitzig St. John's Rehab

Lisa Di Prospero Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Laurie Legere Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Siobhan Donaghy University of Toronto
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
42Registered Practical Nurses in Inpatient Rehabilitation Settings: A Competency Framework Nancy Snobelen Independent

Svetlana Ivanitskaya Central Michigan University

Lynn McCleary Brock University

Robert Teasell Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry University of Western Ontario Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute Parkwood Hospital, St. Joseph's Health Care
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
48 Rehabilitation Unplugged: Rolling out #EndPJParalysis across Alberta in a context of too many projects, too little time, no budget.Liz Webster Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Jennifer Symon Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Paul Wright Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Isabel Henderson Alberta Health Services (AHS)
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
49Enhancing Preventative Oral Care in Long-Term CareDavid Chvartszaid Baycrest

Rosanne Aleong Baycrest

Rosalind Sham Baycrest

Sandra Gardner Baycrest

Karen Joseph Baycrest

Nelly Villacorta-Siegal Baycrest

Jagger Smith Baycrest
Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Initiative
54Polypharmacy following non-traumatic spinal cord dysfunction: A retrospective population-based studyAisha Lofters Women's College Hospital

Qi Guan Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Tanya Packer Dalhousie University

Tejal Patel School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo

Sander Hitzig Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Andrew Calzavara ICES

Daniel McCormack ICES

Mary-Ellen Hogan Leslie

Sara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)

Amputee

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
1Exploring the Benefits of 3D Printing for Lower-Limb Prosthetic SocketsClara Phillips West Park Healthcare Centre

Arezoo Eshraghi West Park Healthcare Centre

Winfried Heim West Park Healthcare Centre
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation

Brain Injury / Neuro / Stroke

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
2Brain Injury Speaks: Growing a Stakeholder Engagement Network for Survivors of Brain Injury and their Family Members/Caregivers Ruth Wilcock Ontario Brain Injury Association

Judith Gargaro Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Gazal Kukreja Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
5A cognitive assistive technology to increase the safety and independence during meal preparation for people living with Brain Injury: Therapists' perspectiveCarolina Bottari University of Montreal

Deirdre Dawson University of Toronto

Sylvain Giroux University of Sherbrooke

Mélanie Couture Centre for Research and Expertise in Social Gerontology

Sareh Zarshenas University of Montreal
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
7A case study to describe a novel way of assessing balance before and after botulinum toxin injection in a patient with lower limb spasticityGeorge Tourlidas West Park Healthcare Centre

Chris Boulias West Park Healthcare Centre

Farooq Ismail West Park Healthcare Centre

Shannon Reid West Park Healthcare Centre

Chetan Phadke West Park Healthcare Centre

Frank Bunn PHD Associates, York University
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
9Successes and challenges to implementing and sustaining Quality Based Procedure length of stay targets in inpatient Stroke rehabilitation. Megan Wormald Toronto Rehab, UHN

Alexander Lo Toronto Rehab, UHN

Karl Wong Toronto Rehab, UHN

Edith Ng Toronto Rehab, UHN
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
10Improving discharge transitions in inpatient stroke rehab with patient partnerJennifer Shaw Toronto Rehab, UHN

Lucy Kilby Toronto Rehab, UHN

Lara Kaufman Toronto Rehab, UHN

Karl Wong Toronto Rehab, UHN

Edith Ng Toronto Rehab, UHN
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
11Community transitions in outpatient stroke rehab: Co-designed with persons with stroke, caregiver, & community partnersAlona Berkovitz Toronto Rehab, UHN

Karl Wong Toronto Rehab, UHN

Edith Ng Toronto Rehab, UHN
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
12Creation of an Interprofessional Outpatient Discharge LetterAbigail Leung Providence Healthcare

Valerie McWhinnie Providence Healthcare

Tiffany Wu Providence Healthcare

Jennifer Joachimides Providence Healthcare
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
13Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), Mental Health & Addictions Collaboratives: Using shared-care model & discussion about sequential/concurrent care to address complex, unmet needs of adults with moderate-to-severe ABI complicated by mental health and/or addictions.Michelle Pangilinan SEO ABI System Navigator, Community Brain Injury Services (Providence Care Hospital)Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
14Implementing Telemedicine processes within an Outpatient Stroke Clinic: Success, Challenges, and LearningsGoldie Litvack Providence Healthcare - Unity Health Toronto

Godfrey Wong Providence Healthcare - Unity Health Toronto

Laura Conway Providence Healthcare - Unity Health Toronto

Bronwen De La Huerta Providence Healthcare - Unity Health Toronto

Sarah Gillespie Providence Healthcare - Unity Health Toronto
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
16Improving the Implementation of Brain Injury Guidelines Across the ProvinceGazal Kukreja Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

Judith Gargaro Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
18Enriching Clients' Lives with the 1000WORDS Photography ProgramRebecca Swift Brain Injury Services Muskoka Simcoe

Percival Morier March of Dimes Canada

Jeff Young March of Dimes Canada

Alda Tee Central East Stroke Network

Elizabeth Faraone March of Dimes Canada
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
19Intimacy and Sex After StrokeNina Hovanec University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Andrea Calvet University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Kristyn Emmerzael University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Bayla Cheskes University Health Network - Toronto Rehab

Vanessa Ong University Health Network - Toronto Rehab
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
20Understanding the Clinical Integration of Virtual Reality in a Rehabilitation SettingGemma Mancuso West Park Healthcare Centre

Lee Verweel West Park Healthcare Centre

Srot Kadakia West Park Healthcare Centre

Henry Mah West Park Healthcare Centre

Lisa Da Cunha West Park Healthcare Centre
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
22Piloting of a Patient-Oriented Discharge Summary (PODS) Meeting at a Rehabilitation Inpatient Stroke ProgramSara J.T. Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Bishev Mila St. John's Rehab, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Stephanie R. Cimino University of Toronto

Stephanie Durocher St. John's Rehab, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Inna Panteleev St. John's Rehab, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Gina Lam St. John's Rehab, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
24Content validity and sensibility assessment of a survey to characterize secondary lower body musculoskeletal issues post-strokeKara Patterson Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto; Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, University Health Network

Filip Potempski University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
25Movement medicine: A systematic review on the effect of early aerobic exercise initiation on symptom recovery following concussionMark Bayley 1) Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; 2) University Health Network - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Toronto, ON, Canada

Ainsley Kempenaar 1) Postgraduate Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada; 2) Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
Systematic Literature Review

MSK

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
27Activity trackers are unreliable for monitoring sleep in hospitalized patients with cognitive disordersChristopher Patterson Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics, McMaster University

Justin Lee Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics, McMaster University

Christina Reppas Department of Medicine, University of Toronto

Shailee Siddhpuria UBC Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia

Manan Ahuja McMaster University, Michael G Degroote School of Medicine

Jessica Gormley McMaster University, Michael G Degroote School of Medicine
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
28The Challenges and Opportunities involved in establishing a Rapid Access Clinic for Hip and Knee Arthritis in an Urban Community Hospital SettingNancy Elford Michael Garron Hospital

Melaine Wistuba Michael Garron Hospital

Sherri Stevenson Michael Garron Hospital
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
29Community-based Pre-operative Education ClassesTeri Czajka Hamilton Health Sciences

Kristina Saric Hamilton Health Sciences
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
30Experiences of Patients and Caregivers with Transitions in Care Following Hip Fracture: A Scoping ReviewSara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Amanda Everall Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Kerry Kuluski Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Lauren Cadel Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Maliha Asif Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
31Bridge to recovery: Using an experience based design approach to improve patient goal settingJanice Hon Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, Sinai Health System

Saba Memon Bridgepoint Active Healthcare, Sinai Health System
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)

Paediatrics

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
45A partnership of practice and knowledge translation to create evidence-based interprofessional standards of care Ashleigh Townleigh Holland Bloorview

John Kooy Holland Bloorview

Nancy Searl Holland Bloorview

Heidi Schwellnus Holland Bloorview

Joanne Wincentak Holland Bloorview

Kim Krog Holland Bloorview

Joanne Maxwell Holland Bloorview

Shauna Kingsnorth Holland Bloorview

Anthony Danial Holland Bloorview
Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Initiative
46Supporting Canada's national efforts for safe opioid use - a pediatric rehabilitation hospital's initiative to provide opioid educationAnthony Danial Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Sarah Rumbolt Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Jenna Doig Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Louise Rudden Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Rachna Chaudhary Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Tamara Milicevic Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation

Senior-Focused Care

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
47The Role of the Transition Planner at a Reactivation Care Centre (RCC)Sarah Rydahl St. Joseph's HealthcareIdeas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
48 Rehabilitation Unplugged: Rolling out #EndPJParalysis across Alberta in a context of too many projects, too little time, no budget.Liz Webster Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Jennifer Symon Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Paul Wright Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Isabel Henderson Alberta Health Services (AHS)
Ideas, Inventions and Innovations that will Transform the Rehabilitation Mosaic
49Enhancing Preventative Oral Care in Long-Term CareDavid Chvartszaid Baycrest

Rosanne Aleong Baycrest

Rosalind Sham Baycrest

Sandra Gardner Baycrest

Karen Joseph Baycrest

Nelly Villacorta-Siegal Baycrest

Jagger Smith Baycrest
Knowledge Transfer and Exchange Initiative
50Reactivation Model- Empowering Clients to Unlock their Potential through an Integrated, Holistic Approach to CareSarah Tam Lee SE Health

Bethany Kwok SE Health
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation

Special Needs (e.g., wound care, bariatric)

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
52Improving the Patient Experience for Patients with Bariatric Care Needs Sarah Bingler Michael Garron HospitalRehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation

Spinal Cord Injury

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
53Experiences of Patients and Healthcare Providers with Medication Self-Management for Spinal Cord InjurySara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Tejal Patel School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo

Aisha Lofters Women's College Hospital

Sander Hitzig Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Tanya Packer Dalhousie University

Amanda Everall Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Lauren Cadel Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
54Polypharmacy following non-traumatic spinal cord dysfunction: A retrospective population-based studyAisha Lofters Women's College Hospital

Qi Guan Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Tanya Packer Dalhousie University

Tejal Patel School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo

Sander Hitzig Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Andrew Calzavara ICES

Daniel McCormack ICES

Mary-Ellen Hogan Leslie

Sara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
55Opioid claims for persons with traumatic spinal cord injury: A population-based study using the Narcotic Monitoring SystemAisha Lofters Women's College Hospital

Tanya Packer Dalhousie University

Sander Hitzig Sunnybrook Research Institute, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Tejal Patel School of Pharmacy, University of Waterloo

Qi Guan Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Andrew Calzavara ICES

Daniel McCormack ICES

Mary-Ellen Hogan Leslie

Sara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)

Other

Poster #Poster PDFPoster VideoCommentsTitleAuthor InformationAbstract Category
33Inter-Organizational Transfer of Accountability Guideline: From Acute Care to Rehab/CCC to Community CareSanja Milicic Iafrate GTA Rehab Network

Sharon Ocampo-Chan GTA Rehab Network

Charissa Levy GTA Rehab Network
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
34Together in Movement and Exercise (TIME™): How community-healthcare collaboration creates exercise opportunities for people with balance and mobility challengesDiane Tse UHN-Toronto Rehab

Margot Catizzone UHN-Toronto Rehab
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
35Patient and Family Engagement in Rehabilitation Research: Creating a Print Educational ToolMarina Wasilewski St. John's Rehab

Sander Hitzig St. John's Rehab

Lisa Di Prospero Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Laurie Legere Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Siobhan Donaghy University of Toronto
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
36Leadership and Rehabilitation professionals: A literature reviewMeera Premnazeer Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy: University of Toronto; 160-500 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1V7 ;

Gobika Sithamparanathan Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy: University of Toronto; 160-500 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1V7 ;

Andrea Duncan Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy: University of Toronto; 160-500 University Ave, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1V7
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
37Collaborating for Care: Creation of a Highly Integrated Rehabilitation Outreach Services Transition Team (HIROS) to Improve Access and Flow to Rehabilitation ServicesChris Pollard Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre

David Ceglie Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre

Zuher Ismail Niagara Health

Darlene Venditti Niagara Health
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
38Vision Loss: Impact on HealthLisa Tyrrell Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario

Sue Marsh- Woods Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario
Rehabilitation-Related Best Practice Initiative or Organizational Innovation
39Exploring Patient Partnerships in Interprofessional Rehabilitative Care siobhan Donaghy Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre - St. John's Rehab; University of Toronto

Sander Hitzig Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre -St. John's Rehab
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
40The Role of Packaging on Independent Eating in Individuals with Hand ImpairmentsSander L. Hitzig Sunnybrook Research Insititute; University of Toronto

Wendy López St. John's Rehab, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Elizabeth Linkewich North & East GTA Stroke Network

Sylvia Szkudlarek OCAD University

Stuart Werle OCAD University

Siobhan Donaghy University of Toronto

Stephanie R. Cimino University of Toronto

Candice Tay University of Toronto

Susan Wang University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
41"Clearly they are in the circle of care, but…": Perceptions of personal health information sharing with community pharmacists in an integrated care model Sara Guilcher Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Zahava Rosenberg-Yunger Health Services Management, Ryerson University

Katie Dainty Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, University of Toronto

Amanda Everall Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Jennifer Lake Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

Teagan Rolf von den Baumen Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
42Registered Practical Nurses in Inpatient Rehabilitation Settings: A Competency Framework Nancy Snobelen Independent

Svetlana Ivanitskaya Central Michigan University

Lynn McCleary Brock University

Robert Teasell Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry University of Western Ontario Scientist, Lawson Health Research Institute Parkwood Hospital, St. Joseph's Health Care
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
43Introducing Solution-Focused Communication as a driver for successful interprofessional collaboration Sarah Keenan Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

C.J. Curran Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Anna Oh Bloorview Research Institute

Gillian King Bloorview Research Institute

Joanne Maxwell Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Yukari Seko Ryerson University, Bloorview Research Institute
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)
44Harnessing Our Compassion: Implementing a Strategic Approach (Schwartz Rounds) to Address the Cultural Health of Hospitals and Health Systems)Nancy Searl Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Joanne Maxwell Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Research in Rehabilitation (quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods)

Date

November 27, 2020

Location

Virtual Conference
https://live.remo.co/e/gtabpd2020 

Conference Information

Please click here.

Registration Information

Conference Services
conferences@uhn.ca
416-597-3422 x 3448