Up-to-date reviews of the current evidence in stroke, brain injury, and spinal cord injury rehabilitation…

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CORRE has contributed to 231 peer-reviewed articles that have generated a total of 6342 citations…

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CORRE lead author Amanda McIntyre and collaborators from Parkwood Institute's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department explored the treatment of spasticity using #botox in #stroke patients using semi-structured interviews. Available here: https://bit.ly/2FZ5ha9 📕😃

#UBC researchers Dennis R. Louie and Dr. Eng, in collaboration with Dr. Teasell from CORRE and Melanie Durocher from Alberta, carried out a lower-limb RCT of #exoskeleton use in acute #Stroke patients. Study protocol can be found here: https://bit.ly/3htxLFQ 🏃‍♀️🧠

#COVID is affecting all aspects of healthcare, making #telemedicine more important than ever. Review paper from CORRE and collaborators looked at lessons learned from #Stroke clinical trials in implementing telerehab interventions. Available here: https://bit.ly/32eQNex 🧠📕

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Our Background

The Collaboration of Rehabilitation Research Evidence (CORRE) program began in 2002 with the initial publication of the Evidence-Based Review of Stroke Rehabilitation (EBRSR). CORRE has since become a well-established research program for neurorehabilitation evidence. The research office is located at Parkwood Institute, St. Joseph’s Health Care in London, Ontario. CORRE is part of Parkwood Institute Research which is a program of Lawson Health Research Institute.

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Our Mission

To improve outcomes and efficiencies of the rehabilitation system through clinical trials, research synthesis, guideline development, knowledge translation, and economic reviews, and to maximize the real-life application of rehabilitation research evidence.