Linda Li Announced as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences
Vancouver, BC – Congratulations to Arthritis Research Canada’s Senior Research Scientist, Dr. Linda Li – who was announced as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. Induction into the CAHS as a Fellow is considered one of the highest honours within Canada’s academic community. The induction ceremony was held in Ottawa on September 19, 2019.
Dr.Li’s research and academic activities focus is in two areas: models of care in the management of arthritis, and the development and evaluation of knowledge translation strategies. Her research centers on assessing health service deliverymodels, and understanding and facilitating the use of evidence by health professionals and patients.
Her areas of methodological expertise include clinical epidemiology, knowledge translation, clinical trials, and survey design. Dr. Li currently holds a Canada Research Chair in Patient-oriented Knowledge Translation.
Dr. Li has won number awards as an epidemiologist and a physiotherapist, and is continuously working on the process of knowledge translation by actively engaging patients and members of the public in her studies. Her research has challenged the thinking around traditional roles of rehabilitation therapists and the discipline-specific model in arthritis care.
To read more about Dr. Li, click here: https://www.arthritisresearch.ca/linda-li/.
ABOUT ARTHRITIS RESEARCH CANADA
Arthritis Research Canada is the largest clinical arthritis research institution in North America. Our mission is to transform the lives of people living with arthritis through research and engagement. Led by world-renowned rheumatologist, Dr. John Esdaile, Arthritis Research Canada’s scientific team of over 100 are creating a future where people living with arthritis are empowered to triumph over pain and disability. Within British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec, Arthritis Research Canada is leading research aimed at arthritis prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, and quality of life issues.
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