Person-Centred Health Informatics Research Lab


The PCHI Lab

The goal of the Person-Centred Health Informatics Research Lab is to improve health outcomes among individuals at risk of developing or with chronic diseases. Hence, why our lab is person-centred. All of our research is about the lives of people we hope to improve. We run several research projects in a number of research areas.

“Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated.”

Rosalind Franklin, Chemist and X-ray crystallographer

“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself—and you are the easiest person to fool.”

Richard Feynman, Theoretical Physicist

“There is nothing more wonderful than being a scientist, nowhere I would rather be than in my lab, staining up my clothes and getting paid to play.”

Marie Curie, Physicist and Chemist

Latest News

We try to regularly add new articles and resources, but publishing does take time.

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Methodologies for Evaluating the Usability of Rehabilitation Technologies Aimed at Supporting Shared Decision-Making: Scoping Review

September 3rd, 2023|Publications|

Abstract Background: The field of rehabilitation has seen a recent rise in technologies to support shared decision-making

Lessons Learned From Clinicians and Stroke Survivors About Using Telerehabilitation Combined With Exergames: Multiple Case Study

September 15th, 2022|Publications|

Abstract Background: In Canada, stroke survivors have difficulty accessing community-based rehabilitation services because of a lack of

Telerehabilitation for Children and Youth with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families: A Systematic Review

August 30th, 2022|Publications|

Abstract Aim To determine the level of evidence for the effectiveness of telerehabilitation against comparison interventions in

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