Ada Tang Awarded Funding for STroke AeRobic exercise implementation Toolkit (START)

Elizabeth Inness and Dr. Ada Tang are leading a team of researchers, clinicians and people living with stroke, including Hamilton Health Sciences physiotherapist Jayne Hall, to develop a knowledge translation toolkit, the STroke AeRobic exercise implementation Toolkit (START), which aims to support stroke rehabilitation teams to implement best practices in aerobic exercise within clinical settings.  Project funded by an Innovations Grants from the Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery.  Principal Investigators: Elizabeth Inness and Ada Tang.  Co-Investigators: Mark Bayley, Lou Biasin, Cynthia Danells, Avril Mansfield, Nancy Salbach.  Collaborators: Jayne Hall, Alison McDonald, Diane Nishri, Denise Taylor, Karl Wong.  Award total $49,772.  Funding 1.5 years.  Congratulations!

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