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2012 Grant Awards

In 2012 CIORA funded 5 one-year grants and 3 two-year grants for a total of just over $715,000.

Pillar Title Principal Investigator Award

Awareness/Advocacy/Education

Does early, aggressive, and persistent use of DMARD therapy reduce downstream healthcare care costs attributable to RA: an instrumental variable approach using observational administrative data Bansback, N. $72,944

Awareness/Advocacy/Education

Identifying and Addressing Real and Perceived Barriers to Therapeutic Education Programs to Inform New Models of Care Thorne, C.
Bain,  L. Beattie, K.
$57,900

Awareness/Advocacy/Education

Increasing access to inflammatory arthritis education in rural communities in Ontario using telemedicine Kennedy, C. Shupak, R. $68,827

Awareness/Advocacy/Education

Inflammatory Arthritis and Psoriasis - Developing a Co-management Strategy Chandran, V. $120,000

Awareness/Advocacy/Education

‘Training the Rheumatologists of Tomorrow: A Qualitative Case Study’ Cividino, A. $75,000

Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients

Optimizing the Coordination of Care between Rheumatologists and Primary Care Physicians for patients with Inflammatory Arthritis Bombardier, C.
Tu, K
 
$120,000

Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients

Disease Trajectory in First Nations with Rheumatoid Arthritis:  Impact of Delayed and Disrupted Treatment on Outcomes Peschken, C. $74,158

Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients

The Early Arthritis Screening & Treatment (EAST) program for Eastern Quebec Fortin, P. $120,000

Remise de bourse 2012

En 2012, l’ICORA a subventionné cinq bourses d’un an et trois bourses de deux ans, pour un total d’un peu plus de 715 000 $.

Thème Titre Investigateur principal Prix

Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement

Does early, aggressive, and persistent use of DMARD therapy reduce downstream healthcare care costs attributable to RA: an instrumental variable approach using observational administrative data Bansback, N. 72 944 $
Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement Identifying and Addressing Real and Perceived Barriers to Therapeutic Education Programs to Inform New Models of Care Thorne, C.
Bain,  L. Beattie, K.
57 900 $
Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement Increasing access to inflammatory arthritis education in rural communities in Ontario using telemedicine Kennedy, C. Shupak, R. 68 827 $
Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement Inflammatory Arthritis and Psoriasis - Developing a Co-management Strategy Chandran, V. 120 000 $
Sensibilisation/défense des intérêts/enseignement ​'Training the Rheumatologists of Tomorrow: A Qualitative Case Study’ Cividino, A. 75 000 $
Accès rapide pour les patients souffrant de maladies rhumatismales Optimizing the Coordination of Care between Rheumatologists and Primary Care Physicians for patients with Inflammatory Arthritis Bombardier, C.
Tu, K.
120 000 $
Accès rapide pour les patients souffrant de maladies rhumatismales Disease Trajectory in First Nations with Rheumatoid Arthritis:  Impact of Delayed and Disrupted Treatment on Outcomes Peschken, C. 74 158 $
Accès rapide pour les patients souffrant de maladies rhumatismales The Early Arthritis Screening & Treatment (EAST) program for Eastern Quebec Fortin, P. 120 000 $