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2009 Grant Awards

In 2009 CIORA funded 7 projects totalling $350,000.

Pillar Title Principal Investigator Award

Awareness/Advocacy/Education  

Barriers to Paediatric Rheumatology Subspecialty Care in British Columbia Shiff, N   $48,600

Awareness/Advocacy/Education  

Determinants of involvement in active physical and other leisure activities in children and youth with juvenile idiopathic arthritis? Feldman, D Cavallo, S  $60,000

Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients

Early Detection of Axial Spondyloarthritis: An interdisciplinary approach Passalent, L Hawke, C  $51,171

Multi-Disciplinary Care Teams

Facilitating Patient Utilization of Multidisciplinary Care in Inflammatory Arthritis Pope, J   $17,946

Multi-Disciplinary Care Teams

Falling through the cracks; using a multidisciplinary strategy to improve DMARD use in rheumatoid arthritis Marra, C  $57,341

Multi-Disciplinary Care Teams

System Level Evaluation of the ACPAC Program Graduates: Determining Collaborative Practice Behaviour Following the Introduction of an APP in Arthritis Care Across Diverse Clinical Settings in Ontario Lundon, K  $49,898

Multi-Disciplinary Care Teams

The Launch of the Interprofessional TAP Training Program Bain, L  $59,800

Remise de bourse 2009

En 2009, l’ICORA a soutenu sept projets totalisant 350 000 $.

Thème Titre Investigateur principal Prix

Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement

Barriers to Paediatric Rheumatology Subspecialty Care in British Columbia Shiff, N     48 600 $
Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement Determinants of involvement in active physical and other leisure activities in children and youth with juvenile idiopathic arthritis? 

Feldman, D 
Cavallo, S

    60 000 $

Accès précoce pour les patients atteints d’arthrite inflammatoire

Early Detection of Axial Spondyloarthritis: An interdisciplinary approach Passalent, L
Hawke, C
    51 171 $

Équipes de soins multidisciplinaires

Facilitating Patient Utilization of Multidisciplinary Care in Inflammatory Arthritis Pope, J     17 946 $
Équipes de soins multidisciplinaires Falling through the cracks; using a multidisciplinary strategy to improve DMARD use in rheumatoid arthritis Marra, C     57 341 $
Équipes de soins multidisciplinaires System Level Evaluation of the ACPAC Program Graduates: Determining Collaborative Practice Behaviour Following the Introduction of an APP in Arthritis Care Across Diverse Clinical Settings in Ontario  Lundon, K     49 898 $
Équipes de soins multidisciplinaires The Launch of the Interprofessional TAP Training Program Bain, L     59 800​ $