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The SCI KMN, formed in January 2011, is a spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation community of practice funded by, and in collaborative partnership with, the Rick Hansen Institute (RHI), the Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation (ONF) and the Alberta Paraplegic Foundation (APF). It is comprised of 6 rehabilitation hospitals across 3 provinces in Canada, with a mission to improve health outcomes for persons with SCI with demonstrated economic impact through implementation science leading to innovations in clinical practice.

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Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine publishes international research on spinal cord impairment including neuroplasticity, assistive technology and rehabilitation. 


The scope of the Journal includes:

• Neuroplasticity and neuroregeneration
• Outcomes measures and research
• Assistive technology
• Activity-based therapy
• Care management
• Surgical interventions
• Translational research
• Wound care
• Quality of life issues
• Pain management



The Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Care High Performance Indicators (SCI-High Project) is a bold endeavor which aims to develop a comprehensive framework of indicators to improve standards of spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation in Canada.

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