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The Biomedical Research and Informatics Living Laboratory for Innovative Advances of New Technologies in Community Mobility Rehabilitation (BRILLIANT-Rehab) program aims to provide evidenced-based research to improve rehabilitation for individuals with Acquired Brain Injury.

Bringing together researchers from both McGill and the University of Montreal, the vision of the BRILLIANT Rehab program is to optimize mobility of persons with acquired brain injury (ABI) across the lifespan. The program will develop and deploy a comprehensive clinical and community based mobility monitoring system to evaluate the factors that result in poor mobility, and develop personalized mobility interventions optimized for specific patient sub-groups. These innovations will be used by front-line clinicians to deliver cost-effective care. It’s known as the right intervention to the right person at the right time and accounts for long-term functional potential and meaningful participation in the community.

PCHI Research

Our research is embedded in a learning health care community (LHCC) model.

PCHI Telehealth Research

We run several research projects in a number of telehealth domains.

Latest Publications

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Functional contribution of the intestinal microbiome in autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Rett syndrome: a systematic review of pediatric and adult studies

March 6th, 2024|Publications|

Introduction: Critical phases of neurodevelopment and gut microbiota diversification occur in early life and both processes are impacted

Enrollment and dropout rates of individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease approached for telehealth interventions: A systematic review and meta-regression analysis

January 6th, 2024|Publications|

Highlights Approximately 51 % of individuals with COPD refuse to participate in telehealth interventions, and among those

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

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