Presentation: Interprofessional Approaches to Chronic and Episodic Disability: Connecting Interprofessional Education and Practice (CANAC). Authors: Le-Ann Dolan, BSW; Lynne Sinclair, BScPT, MA(Ad Ed); Elisse Zack, MMgt, MEd and Julie Hard, MScPT
Presentation: Partners in Aging Forum – Manitoba HIV Program: An Integrated Model of Service Delivery. Author: Tara Carnochan, Nine Circles Community Health Centre.
Presentation: Partners in Aging Forum – Exploring the knowledge, attitudes and practices of selected health care provider groups concerning rehabilitation for people living with HIV. Author: Chris Sulway
Lecture Notes: Rehabilitation: A World of Opportunities. Author: Julie Hard MScPT, Helen Saarinen Lecture, October 6, 2009.
Photos: CWGHR is partnering with the International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation (ICDR) at the University of Toronto and the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board in a two-year project to develop best practices in education and service delivery in north-west Cameroon. Author: CWGHR.
Information Sheet: Introduction to Rehabilitation in the Context of HIV for Family Physicians. Author: CWGHR.
Research Report: An interprofessional problem-based learning course on rehabilitation issues in HIV. Authors: Patricia Solomon, Penny Salvatori and Dale Guenter, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada.
Presentation: Prevalence of Impairments, Activity Limitations and Participation Restrictions among people living with HIV in British Columbia. Author: Providence Healthcare.
Program Report: Development and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Educational Programme on Rehabilitation of Clients with HIV/AIDS for Students in the Health Sciences Professions. Authors: Patty Solomon, Associate Professor School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University; Penny Salvatori, Associate Professor, School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University, Dale Guenter, Assistant Professor, Department of Family Medicine, McMaster University.