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Calgary, Alberta Tertiary Neurological Rehabilitation – Fothils Medical Centre, Alberta Health Services Chester Ho MD is associate professor and head, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Foothills Medical Centre and the University of Calgary. Dr. Ho’s primary research interest is in the area of interdisciplinary pressure ulcer prevention and management for individuals with SCI. London, Ontario Regional SCI Rehabilitation Program – Parkwod Hospital , St. Joseph’s Healthcare London Dalton L Wolfe PhD is associate scientist and theme leader of the SCI Research Group in the Program of Aging, Rehabilitation and Geriatric Care, at the Lawson Health Research Institute; and is affiliated with the School of Health Studies and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, at the University of Western Ontario, London. Dr. Wolfe’s primary research interests are in the areas of knowledge mobilization within rehabilitation settings (with a focus on enabling technologies), and health promotion for individuals with SCI and other disabilities. Edmonton, Alberta Spinal Cord Injury Program – Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital , Alberta Health Services John Guthrie MD, FRCPC is the site medical lead for SCI/General Neurology. As an active member of the residency program and a supporter of research endeavours, he is currently involved in the Knowledge Mobilization Network (Pressure Ulcer Prevention). Dr. Guthrie is also on the Accreditation Canada Steering Committee for SCI. Hamilton, Ontario Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program – Hamilton Health Sciences, Regional Rehabilitation Centre Agnes Chmiel MD, FRCPC (PM&R) is the physician lead for the SCI Rehabilitation Program at the Regional Rehabilitation Centre. As physiatry consultant for Hamilton General Hospital, she assesses individuals with acute SCI, and suggests the most appropriate rehabilitation stream. She also follows individuals with SCI in the community and assists with chronic SCI-related health issues. Dr. Chmiel is an assistant clinical professor in McMaster University’s Department of Medicine. As curriculum development director and OSCE coordinator, she is an active member of the McMaster University Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program Training Committee. SITE LEAD PROFILES 213


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