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Multiple Presentations at ISCoS 2022

Join us on September 15 – 18, 2022 at ISCoS’ 61st Annual Scientific Meeting happening in Vancouver, BC!

Praxis is pleased to participate in this year’s in-person conference, sharing the latest research and developments from the Institute and our partners across Canada.

Scroll to see a list of accepted abstracts from Praxis and our research, clinical and consumer partners.

Abstracts Accepted by ISCoS:

TitleProject TeamTypeSchedule
An Aging Population Sustaining Spinal Cord Injuries and Aging After Spinal Cord Injuries: It’s Not All About AgeFurlan J, Noonan V, Mortenson WInstructional CourseFriday September 16, room 110,
4:45-6:15pm (PST)
Pediatric Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in the United States: A 2019 Readmission AnalysisCrispo J, Liu L, Noonan V, Thorogood N, Thibault D, Willis A, Cragg JOral PresentationFriday, September 16, Room 116&117, 10:45 am – 12:15pm (PST)
Incorporating the Patient Voice in the Canadian Health System: Implications for Health Standards, Best Practice and Guideline ImplementationCraven C, Clement L, Noonan V, Bayley M, Athanasopoulos PWorkshopSaturday, September 17, Room 109,
2:15-3:45 pm (PST)
SCI Clinical Workshops: Implementation of SCI Specific Clinical Workshops to Improve Outcomes for Individuals Living with SCIRockall S, Hektner JPoster PresentationSaturday, September 17, 12:00-1:15 pm (PST)
Application of Machine Learning to Create an Abbreviated Version of the Multi-Morbidity Index for Spinal Cord InjuryFallah N, Hong H, Wang D, Humphreys S, Noonan VOral PresentationSunday, Sep 18 Room 116/117 at 1:30-1:45 pm (PST)
International Standards for Neurological Classification of Spinal Cord Injury (ISNCSCI) – Utilizing Rick Hansen SCI Registry (RHSCIR) Data to Inform Implementation in Acute Care in CanadaParsons JWalden K, Bailey C, Dhaliwal, P Fourney , Noonan VPoster presentationAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Spinal Cord Stimulation for Autonomic Recovery: From Bench to Bedside and Consumer EngagementKrassioukov A, Sachdeva R, Samejima S, Shackleton C, Chernesky JInstructional CourseSunday, September 18 Room 110 at 12:30-2:00pm (PST)
Translating Activity-Based Therapies into Practice: The Shared Experiences of Australia, Canada, and the United StatesMusselman K, Quel De Oliveira C, Morse L, Davis G, Walden KInstructional CourseFriday, Sep 16, room 110, 4:45-6:15pm (PST)
Studying Missingness in Spinal Cord Injury Data: Challenges and Impact of Data ImputationBourguignon L, Lukas L, Geisler F, Guest J, Noonan V, Curt A, Brüningk S, Jutzeler COral presentationSunday, September 18, Room 114&115 3:45-5:15pm (PST)
The Impact of Individual’s Sex and Gender on the Outcomes Spinal Cord Injury: An Update From Bench to BedsideFurlan J, Floyd C, Noonan VPoster Available for viewing throughout the conference
Coping with Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction After SCI: Canada and India ComparedHirsch A, Tyagi N, Goel S, Chhabra H, Fallah N, Noonan V, Krassioukov APosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Incidence of Pediatric Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury in North America: A Systematic ReviewCrispo J, Kelly D, Arthurs A, Campbell A, Ansell D, Squarzolo M, Noonan V, Thorogood N, Kwon B, Dvorak M, Farhat N, Willis A, Liu L, Cragg JPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Development of Primary Care Priority Alignment for Spinal Cord Injuries in Canada: Findings from the Circulus Primary Care Network SCI SummitMilligan J, Lee J, Nadeem T, Howcroft J, Donia S, Voisin S, Howcroft J, Nistor P, Beuermann , Noonan V, Lumsden K, Parikh R, Ho C, Jeji T, Mings E, Jeffrey MPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Getting Your Psychosocial Research Funded: Perspectives from Funders and Opportunities for Investigators: An Interactive WorkshopCharlifue S, Tate D, Svidler C, Forber-Pratt, Miller M, Noonan VPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Practical Tools to Build Capacity to Support the Meaningful Engagement of People with Lived Experience of Spinal Cord Injury in ResearchGainforth H, Munro B, Chernesky J, Vecchio A, Anderson-Erisman KPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Counsellors’ Barriers, Needs and Preferences Regarding Providing and Improving Physical Activity Counselling to Adults with Spinal Cord Injury: an International SurveyHoekstra F, Gainforth H, Broeksteeg R, Corras S, Collins D, Gaudet S, Giroux E, Hoekstra T, Kuipers L, McCallum S, Ma J, Rakiecki D, Rockall S, van den Berg-Emons R, van Vilsteren A, Williamson M, Wilroy J, Martin Ginis KPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference
Physical Activity Coaching for Adults with Spinal Cord Injuries During the Transition From Inpatient Care to Living in the CommunityOlsen K, Martin Ginis K, Lawrason S, LeCornu Levett C, Walden K, McBride C, Ma JPosterAvailable for viewing throughout the conference

Learn more about ISCoS 2022 and view the interactive program here.