The RRC provides research-related consulting services to Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine students and staff. Services are available to the broader university community and external clients on a contract basis.
Rehabilitation Research Centre members can provide guidance in all aspects of research and evaluation including:
- Research implementation strategies
- Research methodology
- Literature searches and appraisal
- Data cleaning & analysis
- Proposal development and grant applications
- Program evaluation
- Research ethics and applying for ethical approval
The Rehabilitation Research Centre employs student consultants with expertise in quantitative and qualitative methods. The consultants are senior Rehabilitation Science graduate students in later stages of their programs that have completed their statistics and research methods courses and are mentored by Rehabilitation Research Centre faculty members.
Requesting a Consultation
To meet with a RRC consultant, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. A RRC staff member will review your request and then schedule an initial consultation appointment.
Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine staff and students do not pay consultation fees. Fees for services to external organizations are established at the time of initial consultation.