Cheryl Missiuna, with Cathy Hecimovich (principal knowledge user), and colleagues Sheila Bennett, Wenonah Campbell, Nancy Pollock, Chantal Camden, Robin Gaines, Dayle McCauley and John Cairney received $199,870 from the Ontario Ministry of Education for the summative evaluation phase of Partnering for Change: An innovative service with relevance to the Special Needs Strategy.
Cheryl Missiuna and Wenonah Campbell are co-investigators on a study led by former SRS post-doctoral fellows, Dana Anaby and Chantal Camden. This bilingual scoping review, funded by the Fonds de Recherche Societe et Culture de Quebec (FRQSC) for $59,233, will examine service delivery models for children with disabilities receiving rehabilitation services in school settings.
Michelle Kho was successful in her funding application for a Canadian Respiratory Research Network (CRRN) Emerging Research Leaders Initiative (ERLI) Grant. The CRRN ERLI Grant is valued at $150,000 over three years, and commences July 1, 2015.
Joy MacDermid and colleagues, Kathryn Sinden, Rob D’Amico, Colin Grieve, Karen Roche were successful in CIHR Operating Grant Knowledge to Action application, “Establishing evidence-based tools to improve Firefighter work health: A TEAM approach”. The two year grant application was ranked 5/87 and valued at $200,000.
Congratulations to all!