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E-Scan Atlas

Rehab E-Scan Atlas

Propelled by the genuine compassion and commitment of Canadian rehab professionals, the Environmental Scan Atlas: Capturing Capacity in Canadian SCI Rehabilitation examines the complexities of SCI rehab, describes the current state of practice and maps the actions required to standardize and transform practice by 2020.

 In the Atlas you will find:

> The SCI Rehabilitation Framework derived from the International Classification of Function, Disability and Health by the study investigators

Rehab goals identified as a priority by individuals with SCI, and a meaningful discussion of what works and what doesn't in current practice

Spotlight best practice organizations, featuring programs with exemplary practice

Take home message on how to implement changes in practice and/or service delivery in clinical care, research and policy

Atlas_CoverClick on the links below to download the complete Atlas or individual chapters

Rehabilitation E-Scan Atlas, full copy (PDF 53 MB).
Introduction 
What Does the E-Scan Tell Us About Rehabilitation in Canada?

Body Function & Structure

 Activity

Participation

National Report Card
New Perspectives from E-Scan
Conclusion

 

If you are a clinician, researcher or administrator interested in receiving a hard copy of the Atlas, please contact us.

Your comments and feedback are welcome. Please reach us using the E-scan contact form.

WIM Wheels Past $1 Million

wim_durhamThousands of Canadians took part in June 13's Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion events across Canada, raising in excess of $ 1 million for solutions that improve the quality of life of people with spinal cord injuries ...read more.


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RHI Partners with Australian Researchers

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CEO Appointment

CEO Bill BarrableThe SCI Solutions Network is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Barrable to the position of Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1, 2010. Formerly of British Columbia Transplant, Bill brings excellent credentials and fresh ideas to the job. Read more...

SCISN Is Now RHI

kwon-researchIf you've come to our website seeking the SCI Solutions Network, you're at the right place. As of January 1st, 2010, we've officially changed our name to the Rick Hansen Institute. Find out more about our new name, and why we chose it...

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This site includes a discussion board for physical therapists at Canadian RHSCIR sites regarding the treatment and evaluation of SCI patients. We want to promote open dialogue and sharing between clinicians to develop a community of practice that supports high levels of practice and supportive problem solving. When discussing a clinical issue or concern, patient personal information should not be included. This also applies if the discussion moves to the area of administrators and/or financial support. Professional language and decorum is expected. RHI reserves the right to moderate the discussion board messages that don’t meet our Terms of Use.

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The Rick Hansen Institute is a Canadian-based not-for-profit organization that drives innovation in spinal cord injury research and care. We strive to improve the lives of people living with SCI in Canada and around the world.

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FEATURE STORIES

CAPI Digital graphic websiteBC Pressure Injury Prevention Initiative

RHI is hosting two interactive workshops on preventing pressure injuries for people with SCI. These two free events will be followed by an invitation-only roundtable gathering regional stakeholders to identify gaps, barriers and potential solutions to preventing community-acquired pressure injuries. More >

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Just released! Praxis Action Plan

The Action Plan was developed as a direct result of stakeholders' interest and commitment to further unify the SCI community as we work towards our collective goal of moving research into action and providing concrete solutions for people living with SCI. More >

 

 



  



OUR  PROGRAMS

Cure

 

Cure

Generating knowledge and establishing treatments that will lead to cures for paralysis after SCI

Care

 

Care

Establishing best practices to optimize and standardize care

Commercialization

 

Commercialization

Facilitating increased investment in innovative technologies

Consumer

 

Consumer

Engaging people with SCI, improving awareness and enhancing opportunities