We are a group of occupational and physical therapists with a special interest in the rehabilitation of the upper extremity.
We are dedicated to the enhancement of upper extremity rehabilitation within Canada through the promotion of quality of care, education and information sharing.
Hand therapists are being asked to participate in a study that aims to better understand the role of sex and gender in the treatment and recovery of people after a distal radius fracture.
The interview will last about 30-40 minutes.
If you are a hand therapist and are interested, please email the lead student investigator, Sheena Phillip, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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