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New Osteoarthritis Whiteboard Video

Friday, December 14, 2018

Roughly 5.6 million Canadians are suffering with osteoarthritis. It is the most common form of arthritis and a leading cause of disability. The CCGI has released a new whiteboard video on the management of osteoarthritis. We explain the best evidence for managing osteoarthritis, according to research by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and Read More

CCGI awarded CMCC research support funds

Friday, September 28, 2018

CCGI, in partnership with the New Brunswick Chiropractors Association and the UOIT-CMCC Centre for Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation, received funds to develop a self-management toolkit for LBP tailored for the Tobique First Nation community in NB. Together with the TFN community, we will adapt evidence-based CCGI tools to help alleviate the burden of LBP while Read More

Stakeholder Report – September 2018

Sunday, September 23, 2018

CCGI completed a stakeholder report in September 2018 which can be downloaded here: CCGI Stakeholder report September 2018 Read More

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Friday, September 7, 2018

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Introducing the new CCGI student ambassador program

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

We are delighted to be partnering with 7 new student ambassadors from CMCC (Dan Nighswander, Kevin Fox-Chen, Puneet Shoker, Josh Thomas, Riaz Mohammed, Madison Baile, and Vivian Wang) and 3 from UQTR (Janny Mathieu, Philippe Parent-Simard and Justin Roy). We are also very pleased to be partnering with 3 students from NorthWestern University (Taran Barett, Colton Maclean, and Sylvianne Poirier). Our newest team members will meet online every 2 months to identify opportunities for dissemination of best practice resources within their programs, and supporting the use of CCGI materials within course content. They will also be representing CCGI at school events, sharing resources, answering questions about clinical practice guidelines and best practices, and actively engaging with other students on social media. We are also looking forward to partnering with them in the creation of new resources such as a best practice toolkit for students and new graduates. Read More

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