2010 Grant Awards 2018-07-05T20:19:45+00:00

2010 Grant Awards

In 2010 CIORA funded 12 grants for a total of just over $465,000.

Pillar Title Principal Investigator Award
Awareness/Advocacy/Education A Randomized Trial of Physician Education and Feedback from Practice Audits in Seronegative Arthritis to Close the Care Gap Pope. J. $40,000
Awareness/Advocacy/Education Development of Thermography as a Tool to Assist in the Diagnosis of Inflammatory Arthritis Yacyshyn, E $21,000
Awareness/Advocacy/Education From Prediction to Proof: Using Linked Data to Observe Reductions in RA Costs Following Expansion of Biologic Therapies Anis, A. $57,312
Awareness/Advocacy/Education Health Literacy in Rheumatology Thompson, A. $50,000
Awareness/Advocacy/Education ​Improving Medication Access for First Nations with inflammatory Arthritis Peschken, C. $38,003
Awareness/Advocacy/Education ​Rheumatology Care Partnerships Bernatsky, S. $30,000
Awareness/Advocacy/Education ​Supporting “effective consumers”: Using a decision aid to improve patients’ decisions about methotrexate use for rheumatoid arthritis Li, L. $39,971
Awareness/Advocacy/Education Work Instability in a Large Multicentre Cohort of Patients with Ankylosing Spondylitis Rohekar, S. $25,000
Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients Detecting Inflammatory Arthritis in a First Nations Community Barnabe, C. $40,490
Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients Evaluating Cardiac Risk in Patients with Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis Keeling, S. $37,850
Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients Programme de reconnaissance et acheminement rapide de  patients avec arthrite (PRADA) Masetto, A. $39,000
Early Access for Inflammatory Arthritis Patients Peer to Peer Mentoring For Individuals with Early Inflammatory Arthritis: An Effective Study (Pilot RCT) Bell, M. $46,506