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Strategies for engaging patients and families in collaborative care programs for depression and anxiety disorders: A systematic review

Abstract Background Patients and families are often referred to as important partners in collaborative mental health care (CMHC). However, how to meaningfully engage them as partners remains unclear. We aimed to identify strategies for engaging patients and families in CMHC programs for depression and anxiety disorders. Methods We updated a Cochrane review of CMHC

By |2020-10-26T04:26:36+00:00February 25th, 2020|Publications|0 Comments

Type of clinical outcomes used by healthcare professionals to evaluate health-related quality of life domains to inform clinical decision making for chronic pain management.

Abstract Purpose To evaluate the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) domains currently assessed by healthcare professionals (HCPs) in secondary and tertiary hospital-based chronic pain clinics and the type of clinical outcomes (CO) used. Methods Electronic cross-sectional survey (May to September 2016) based on domains of HRQoL included in the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System

By |2020-05-23T08:56:05+00:00May 28th, 2019|Publications|0 Comments

How Did You Manage To Adopt A Common Language And Involve All Stakeholders In The Brilliant Rehab Program?

Dr. Sara Ahmed and Dr. Aliki Thomas share their experiences and expertise with behind the scenes work on BRILLIANT.

By |2020-03-20T11:31:41+00:00April 29th, 2019|Media|0 Comments

A BRILLIANT Rehab Project To Boost Mobility And Autonomy

The BRILLANT (Biomedical Research and Informatics Living Laboratory for Innovative Advances of New Technologies) research project was recently awarded a $5 million grant from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation. The groundbreaking project was developed by Dr. Sara Ahmed, Site Director for the Constance-Lethbridge/CRIR research site and Associate Professor in the School of Physical & Occupational

By |2020-03-20T11:02:18+00:00July 31st, 2018|Media|0 Comments

Six McGill Researchers Awarded More Than $59M By CFI And Quebec

New labs and equipment through the CFI’s Innovation Fund will help six transformative McGill research projects to collaborate, innovate and train the next generation of scientists for the jobs of tomorrow. Today at the Université de Montréal, the Minister of Transport, Marc Garneau, on behalf of the Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan, announced an

By |2020-03-20T11:12:44+00:00January 19th, 2018|Media|0 Comments

The effect of core stability training on dynamic balance and lower extremity performance in young, asymptomatic individuals.

Abstract Background and Purpose: Lower extremity performance and dynamic balance are an essential component of normal daily activities such as walking, running and climbing stairs. Thus, they are a key component of injury prevention and rehabilitation in sports. Training the core muscles has been hypothesized as an intervention for improving balance and lower extremity

By |2020-05-23T08:57:27+00:00November 11th, 2017|Publications|0 Comments

Sex differences in the contributions of spinal atypical PKCs and downstream targets to the maintenance of nociceptive sensitization.

Abstract Background Chronic pain has been shown to depend on nociceptive sensitization in the spinal cord, and while multiple mechanisms involved in the initiation of plastic changes have been established, the molecular targets which maintain spinal nociceptive sensitization are still largely unknown. Building upon the established neurobiology underlying the maintenance of long-term potentiation in

By |2020-05-25T17:45:01+00:00October 1st, 2017|Publications|0 Comments

Developing a Research Agenda for the Profession of Kinesiology: A Modified Delphi Study

Abstract Optimal delivery of health care service requires evidence-based practice by the professionals within their respective fields. Kinesiology recently became a regulated health profession in the Province of Ontario, drawing on principles of movement science in related areas of human clinical and performance disciplines to appropriately guide practice. However, with the addition of kinesiology

By |2020-05-23T09:02:09+00:00May 15th, 2017|Publications|0 Comments

Informing the development of an Internet-based chronic pain self-management program

AbstractBackgroundSelf-management can optimize health outcomes for individuals with chronic pain (CP), an increasing fiscal and social burden in Canada. However, self-management is rarely integrated into the regular care (team activities and medical treatment) patients receive. Health information technology offers an opportunity to provide regular monitoring and exchange of information between patient and care team.ObjectiveTo identify

By |2020-05-21T18:33:55+00:00January 21st, 2017|Publications|0 Comments

Admissive evaluation and the headache diagnosis

ABSTRACTObjectives: To question and to describe the headache prevalence in a population undergone admissive evaluation. Methods: 607 individuals were undergone admissive evaluation, whose data were catalogued by the examiner neurologist. The questions "Do you have headache? Does headache interfere in your life quality?" were made to all patients, and the prevalence was compared with the

By |2020-11-11T00:22:47+00:00May 11th, 2016|Publications|0 Comments
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