All projects receiving Edith Strauss funding are KT-related projects that are high quality, methodologically rigorous, and implement research evidence into clinical practice
These innovative projects involve the collaboration between researchers at the School of Physical and Occupational Therapy and health care professionals, therefore enhancing the successful uptake of research evidence into practice. Ultimately the goal of these projects is to improve patient outcomes and the quality of care
There is a bi-annual call for proposals.
Next call for proposals: each June 1 and December 1 each year (deadline to submit is at 5:00 pm EST)
DELIVERABLES FOR EACH PROJECT: Poster and oral presentation, and usually one publication
VARIETY OF CLINICAL SITES INVOLVED to date:
- McGill University Health Centers
- Constance Lethbridge Rehabilitation Center
- Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital
- Institut de Readaptation Gingras-Lindsay de Montreal
- MAB-MacKay Rehabilitation Center
- Centre de readaptation Lucie-Bruneau
NUMEROUS RESEARCH TOPIC AREAS: Driving, cognition, pediatric disability, mobility, chronic disease management, hemiplegia, ethics, mental health, knowledge translation, low back pain, rheumatoid arthritis, spina bifida, osteoarthritis, chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, hip fracture, unilateral neglect following stroke.
Edith Strauss Grant Application Documents: CLICK HERE
Study Report Templates: CLICK HERE