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 is committed to the development of strong collaborations, partnerships, and networks…

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The final chapter for the ERBSR Clinician's Handbook has been uploaded! Brain reorganization, recovery, and organized care - check it out here for FREE: http://ebrsr.com/clinician-handbook 😃🧠

Looking forward to assessing the challenges faced by those with SCI and ABI and helping to improve their care during the pandemic @swmehta @covid_rehab @CORREProgram @ParkwoodInstRes https://twitter.com/lawsonresearch/status/1257689788355936265

Looking for more information about cognitive interventions in stroke rehabilitation? The EBRSR has updated the Clinician Handbook with the newest research on cognitive impairment (diagnosis, screening, assessment, and rehabilitation). Download for free at: http://www.ebrsr.com/clinician-handbook

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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.