Many treatments have been recommended for the treatment of chronic tendon pain (tendinopathy). The diversity of possible treatments can challenge patients and their treatment providers. This free webinar will take an evidence-informed approach while presenting a contemporary understanding of chronic tendon pain and the best supported approaches to manage it. The results of a recently completed placebo-controlled trial […]
The Alumni Builder Award recognizes a cross section of alumni representing all faculties who have significantly contributed to the University and enriched the lives of others, and in doing so, have supported alumni University of British Columbia’s mission of realizing the promise of a global community with shared ambition of a better world and an exceptional UBC. […]
Professor Janice Eng and PhD Candidate, Riley Louie, had Global News TV coverage of their robotic exoskeleton trial for improving walking in stroke that they are running in three provinces.
The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists is Canada’s first national system of multidisciplinary recognition for the emerging generation of Canadian intellectual leadership.
Sue Murphy contributes to the development of a tool for screening online health ads for deception
Dr. Lara Boyd is the BC and National spokesperson for the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s recently released report on stroke in women. She was featured by several news organizations. CPSR’s Dr. Lara Boyd talks to Global News about gender differences in stroke. https://t.co/MirhbXcoPb — StrokeRecovery (@HSFCSR) June 10, 2018
Pat Camp’s work with Carrier Sekani Family Services is featured in “Pathways” along with a piece on MPT graduate Josina Rhebergen. Check out the link FoM Pathways: Beyond the Boundaries (Pat’s work is in Chapter 1 and Josina is in “Snapshots”).