Article; January 2018; Author: Realize; pdf Published on the IgnitePhysiotherapy Blog in the New to Practice Community group. IgnitePhysiotherapy is the online forum that brings physiotherapists together in various communities
Endorsed by the College of Family Physicians of Canada; Realize, 2017
E-Module: E-Module for Evidence-Informed HIV Rehabilitation. Toronto, Canada. Author: Realize.
The aim of this e-module is to enhance knowledge about HIV care among rehabilitation providers in Sub-Saharan Africa to help address the needs of people living with HIV. This resource is primarily for rehabilitation providers practicing in Sub-Saharan Africa. Rehabilitation providers include occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech-language therapists, and physiatrists. Others who may benefit from this […]
The Sepo II Study explored the experiences of women and men living with HIV and on ART in Lusaka, Zambia in order to better understand their hopes and challenges over time. The goal of the Sepo II Study is to inform the evolution of policy and care to better address the long-term management of HIV […]
Presentation: Successful HIV/HCV work through collaboration. Author: CATIE
Presentation: Assessing the presence and severity of HIV associated neurocognitive disorders. Author: Brenda K. Merritt, PHD, Dalhousie University.
Presentation: The preliminary findings from a study on exercise and adherence for people living with HIV. Author: Rebecca Mullin BSc (Hons), Physiotherapist, GSTT London, England.
Presentation: The impact of clinical research on STIs in an HIV cohort. Author: S. O’dea, St. James’ Hospital, Dublin.
Presentation: Relationships Between Dimensions of Disability Experienced by Adults Living with HIV – A Structural Equation Model Analysis using data from the OCS Study. Authors: Kelly O’Brien, Sandra Gardner, Ahmed Bayoumi, Sergio Rueda, Curtis Cooper, Trevor Hart, Patty Solomon, Steven Hanna, Aileen Davis, Sean Rourke and the OCS Cohort Study Team