From ideas to administration, technology development to community engagement, it takes a lot of people to pull together a project like this! Meet our team below.
DR. MARTIN FERGUSON-PELL
Our fearless leader! Tele-Rehab 2.0 is Martin's brainchild, and he has worked tirelessly to make this project happen. Martin's career has been focused on accessibility and rehabilitation, and his experience has been vital to the success of the project so far!
Emmanuella works hard to make sure that our patients will have a voice! She is working on Patient Reported Outcome and Experience Measures specific to Tele-Rehab 2.0!
DR. AIDA VALEVICIUS
Aida recently completed her PhD and has joined our team to complete some qualitative research on the current state of tele-rehabilitation. We want to make tele-rehab better - but first we need to know how tele-rehab works (or doesn't work!) right now!
Amber joined the team to help with data analysis and keep up to date with our blog posts to provide information to you readers! She is currently in a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree at the University of Alberta, and is so excited to help us improve patients' everyday life experiences.
Kam joined the team as a practicum student from the University of British Columbia Okanagan. She will be watching assessments and interviewing some clients to add to the blog, as well as helping where ever help is required. She is a 4th year Human Kinetics student in her final semester and is extremely excited about this opportunity.
Zosia is a research whiz! Although she's busy with medical school, Zosia has been instrumental for background research. She is also working hard on a journal paper for the project!
Emily works to make sure the project runs smoothly! Whether it's supporting Martin, coordinating patient trials, or writing grants, Emily is your go-to-gal if you need help on Tele-Rehab!