Stephanie Glegg (Alumni) - University of British Columbia
|Award Type:||Career Enhancement Program|
|Supervisor(s):||Drs. Liisa Holsti & Anita Kothari|
|Project Title:||Using social network analysis to advance knowledge translation in pediatric rehabilitation|
Stephanie Glegg is an occupational therapist pursuing a PhD in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of British Columbia. Stephanie is supported by a CIHR Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, and a UBC Public Scholar Award. In her role as Knowledge Broker Facilitator with the Child Development & Rehabilitation Evidence Centre at Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, she facilitates evidence informed health care in collaboration with health professionals, leaders, knowledge brokers and students. Her primary research interests include the science of knowledge translation, evidence informed health care, virtual reality use for rehabilitation, and technology adoption. Stephanie's doctoral research employs social network analysis to examine how connections among health professionals, researchers, policy makers and patients and families can facilitate the use of evidence in pediatric rehabilitation.