Position: Professor Emerita
Building: Hosmer House, 3630 prom Sir-William-Osler
Office Room: H-200
Mailing Address: 3654 prom Sir-William-Osler, Montréal, QC, Canada H3G 1Y5
Office Phone: 514-398-5326
sharon [dot] wood [dot] dauphinee [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Education: BSc PT,Physical Therapy,McGill; MSc(A),Rehabilitation Science,McGill;PhD, Epidemiology & Health,McGill;
Measurement: Rehabilitation 2 (POTH 630)
Key Words: Stroke, Measurement, Knowledge Translation
Dr Wood-Dauphinee's main focus is on health care research. Specifically, she is interested in the design and implementation of studies, which assess the outcomes of therapeutic interventions. Her areas include geriatrics, neurology, and in addition, she is interested in developing clinical instruments to measure the outcomes of rehabilita-tion, particularly those reflecting health related quality of life.
Wood Dauphinee S, Mayo N and Scott S. (2005). Profiles and predictors of quality of life during the first post-stroke year. International Society for Quality of Life Research, San Francisco, US.
Wood Dauphinee S. (2005). Measures matter: Selecting responsivive and interpretable measures for clinical practice and research. III Step Summer Institute. Salt Lake City, Utha, US.
Wood Dauphinee S. (2005). Quality of life after stroke. Inter-Urban Stroke Academic Association, Toronto, Canada.
Wood Dauphinee S. (2004). Health-related quality of life after stroke: Does age matter? World Congress of Stroke, Vancouver, Canada.