RHI and the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation are supporting the development and implementation of a health economics agenda for SCI research in Canada. The intent is to enhance decision-making in SCI care and the allocation of limited healthcare resources and research funding to support the translation of best practices; avoid excess healthcare costs; and protect and promote the well-being of Canadians who sustain a SCI throughout the continuum.
This 2016 report presents a detailed agenda for establishing evidence of the burden of SCI and the costs and consequences of initiatives aimed at mitigating the burden. View the report here.
The Rick Hansen Institute is fortunate to count among its many valued partners Dr. Dalton Wolfe, a Scientist at Parkwood Institute in London, Ontario and Assistant Professor at Western University. RHI recently sat down with Dr. Wolfe to talk about his current research. More >
Did you know that RHI's Consumer Program provides funding to community groups to support quality of life initiatives within BC? More >
Supported by the Rick Hansen Institute , the Spinal Cord Injury Research Evidence (SCIRE) project is dedicated to providing up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of health care for people with SCI. More >