Canadian MSK Rehab Research Network - Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Research
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About Us..Technical Groups

Equity Group

 

Equity is an important consideration in all areas of research, particularly in rehabilitation where gender, environment and socioeconomic factors have an impact on research and patient outcomes. The Equity group focuses on all of these factors as it relates to MSK rehab research.

Name Research Area  

Birmingham, Trevor

Knee osteoarthritis, biomechanics, gait analysis, disease initiation and progression models, risk factors (sex, obesity), mathematical/statistical modeling

tbirming@uwo.ca

Dahan-Oliel, Noémi

Knowledge translation, Quality of life, Transitions to adulthood, Transitions of care, Social participation, Lower limb deformity, Physical disability

ndahan@shrinenet.org

Hayden, Jill

Low back pain

JHayden@dal.ca

Marsh, Jackie

Effectiveness and efficiency of MSK health care delivery models, e-health, web-based technology

jmarsh2@uwo.ca

Perrault, Kadija

Health services research, access to rehabilitation services, pain conditions, interprofessional collaboration, health promotion

kadija.perreault@
fmed.ulaval.ca

Stock Susan

Work-related MSK disorders; gender and work; occupational health; social inequalities; health inequalities; public health

susan.stock@inspq.qc.ca

 

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