Janice Eng is a professor in the Physical Therapy department at the University of British Columbia, Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Neurological Rehabilitation and a recipient of the Jonas Salk Award for reducing disability. She is the co-leader of the SCIRE project (Spinal Cord Injury Research Evidence) which is a platform providing current evidence in SCI.

She discusses current spinal cord injury research with the creation of the SCIRE Project. This platform provides the current research and best practices for increasing function after SCI and stroke as well as outcome measures to best assess progress while improving patient outcomes.

Look no further than the SCIRE Project for your neurological rehab treatment with up-to-date evidence-based research.


32:04 “Physical therapists are in the position to move research to practice.” – Janice Eng