Prioritizing the Importance of Developing Potential Innovative Technology for People with Disabilities and their Caregivers We are looking for volunteers to participate in a study to prioritize technological solutions for people with disabilities and their caregivers. You will be asked to complete a web survey and answer questions on how…

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10th Annual GF Strong Rehab Research Day

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10th Annual GF Strong Rehab Research Day The 9th Annual Rehab Research Day saw a record attendance of more than 170 people, including clinicians, students, faculty and staff, participating throughout the days events. This years event will mark the 10th anniversary of this successful day highlighting Rehab Research. What to expect on May 8th,…

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GF Strong Rehab Research Day

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  10th Annual GF Strong Rehab Research Day The 9th Annual Rehab Research Day saw a record attendance of more than 170 people, including clinicians, students, faculty and staff, participating throughout the days events. This years event will mark the 10th anniversary of this successful day highlighting Rehab Research.  What to expect on May…

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9th Annual Rehab Research Day

Rehab Research day was attended by over 170 people. Poster and Podium Session were presented by Students and Clinicians to attendees at GF Strong

The 9th Annual Rehab Research Day saw a record attendance of more than 170 people, including clinicians, students, faculty and staff, participating throughout the days events. The day  consisted of two podium presentation sessions, poster presentations and lunchtime and plenary presenters. Highlights of the day included: Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose Lunch Hour presentation on “Physical…

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Rehab Research Participant Appreciation Event

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  On September 27, the 9 UBC faculty in the Rehab Research Program of the Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute hosted a Research Participant Appreciation Event at the GF Strong Rehab Centre.  Over 80 people attended – most had participated in multiple studies as research subjects, in addition to playing…

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