Praxis 2016, hosted by RHI in Vancouver, Canada from April 25-27, 2016, assembled leaders and stakeholders in the field of spinal cord injury (SCI) for a landmark conference to develop practical solutions for overcoming challenges to translating research into improved outcomes for people living with SCI.
This detailed report captures the presentations and discussions of the three-day international conference, including highlighted recommendations from participants, as well as an update on next steps for the Post-Praxis Executive Committee. View the report here.
The Rick Hansen Institute is proud to support a Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) study to evaluate the Pressure Ulcer Prevention Initiative. This VCH article, originally published on their website, speaks to the multidisciplinary approach to addressing pressure ulcers in individuals who have sustained an acute spinal cord injury (SCI). More >
Author: Rennie Brown; Communications & Public Affairs, VCH.
The Rick Hansen Institute is fortunate to count among its many valued partners Dr. Dalton Wolfe, a Scientist at Parkwood Institute in London, Ontario and Assistant Professor at Western University. RHI recently sat down with Dr. Wolfe to talk about his current research. More >
Did you know that RHI's Consumer Program provides funding to community groups to support quality of life initiatives within BC? More >