Congratulations to Michelle Kho who has been granted a Canada Research Chair in Critical Care Rehabilitation and Knowledge Translation...learn more.
Congratulations to Sue Baptiste (PI), Jocelyn Harris and Michelle Kho who have been successful in obtaining funding from Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network (TVN) for their project entitled “A scoping review determining the current and future role of occupational therapy in the ICU”. The grant, valued at $49,560 falls under the TVN 2013 Knowledge Synthesis Grant Program.
Sandra Moll, Bonny Jung and Patty Solomon were awarded $20,000 for their project entitled “Contact-based education about HIV and mental illness: an inter-professional community collaboration initiative”. This is a 2013/14 AMS Phoenix Project Call to Caring Grant, offered by the University Health Network. Michelle Kho has received matching funds from the Ministry of Research and Innovation (MRI) in the amount of $50,000 for her project entitled, “Infrastructure for early innovative rehabilitation interventions for critically ill patients in the intensive care unit.” The provincial awards match the funds awarded by CFI for the October 2012 and February 2013 Leaders Opportunity Fund (LOF) competitions.
Ada Tang was part of a research group which received attention at the recent Canadian Stroke Conference. Click here to view the article.
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