3 Research studies looking for member participants: 

#1 - Subject: Research Study on Stroke Management in Canada

Goal of the Research Project:  The purpose of this study is to investigate how clinicians promote community reintegration following a stroke during the outpatient and community rehabilitation phase.

Duration/Time Commitment:  The survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and may be done at your convenience

For more information click here.

#2 - Subject: Survey on post mastectomy breast reconstruction because your members would provide a clinical perspective that we could benefit from.

Goal of the Research Project:  This is part of a CIHR funded project aimed to incorporate patient perspectives in breast reconstruction research. This study uses the James Lind Alliance methodology, a new and proven method to bring together patients, care-givers and clinicians to identify critical and unanswered research questions in breast reconstruction.

Duration/Time Commitment:  The survey should take 5 minutes to complete.

For more information click here.


#3 - Subject: Management of concussions

Goal of the Research Project:  The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the management of sports related concussions and make recommendations for effective resources that might help athletes better manage concussions.  We are looking for health care providers who have worked with patients who have experienced a sports related concussion within the past year.

Duration/Time Commitment:  The research consists of a questionnaire and an optional follow up interview.   The questionnaire will require approximately 10-15 minutes of your time. Interviews will occur approximately one month after the survey, will be approximately 30 minutes in length and will take place at a time convenient for you.

For more information click here.



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Other Resources for Physiotherapists:

Blood and Body Fluid Exposure:  (Thanks Alberta College etc)

Workplace Abuse: (Thanks Alberta College etc)

CPA's ShoPTalk Blog

Is It Physiotherapy?