The project goals are knowledge creation, knowledge translation, and research capacity development. Knowledge creation: A mixed methods approach drawing from both quantitative and qualitative traditions will be used to explore the phenomenon of community reintegration. Knowledge translation: Researchers and stakeholders will be engaged in various knowledge exchange and translation strategies. Creative and traditional knowledge translation activities will be implemented across Northeastern Ontario to promote understanding and dialogue about the applicability of the results to practice. Research capacity development: The use of various knowledge translation processes will foster a research-community alliance capable of advocating for change and sustaining the momentum required.
- Do you work in Stroke Rehab in Ontario? Are you interested in helping to identify ways to improve Stroke Rehabilitation intensity reporting? April 5, 2017
- ICES Research Video Series: Moira Kapral on risks of swallowing problems after stroke March 29, 2017
- Stroke rehabilitation evidence and comorbidity: a systematic scoping review of randomized controlled trials March 17, 2017
- Updated Stroke QBP Handbook now available March 13, 2017
- Abstract Submission Site for 2017 Canadian Stroke Congress now open March 11, 2017