Connecting SCI Clinicians From Coast To Coast
The Canadian Spinal Cord Injury Clinician Directory (further referred to as the ‘directory’) is intended to help build community and foster knowledge exchange between clinicians who are working in spinal cord injury (SCI) care across Canada. The goal of the directory is to move forward best practices in treatment and management of SCI. Use this directory to expand on your present skills, knowledge and expertise in the areas of SCI treatment and management. Share resources and knowledge, develop collaborative solutions to clinical challenges, and reduce duplication of work to deliver the best care possible to your patients.
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The directory is open to all SCI clinicians across Canada.
The following information is provided on each member in the directory: first and last name, email address, facility, type of facility, and discipline. Members may also choose to identify an area(s) of interest/expertise (e.g. pressure ulcers, seating, etc.), but this is optional.
Members must keep their login details private. Members must keep the information in the directory confidential amongst the members and not publish or distribute the directory. Members must only use the directory for the purposes related to the directory as expressed above. Members must dispose of any copies of the directory in a secure manner (i.e., destroy electronic copies they may have saved properly and shred hard copies). Concerns or complaints re. breaches of privacy and SPAM can be reported to .
The Clinical Liaison Team at Praxis Spinal Cord Institute is responsible for managing the directory. New members may join the directory at any time. Existing members can request removal from the directory at any time. Unsubscribe requests can be sent to .
The online directory can only be accessed by members with a username and password. If information from the directory is requested by an individual or an organization external to Praxis for a purpose that aligns with its mission, the Clinical Liaison Team will send members an email providing them with information on the request and instructions on how to contact the individual or organization directly if interested. For example, if a researcher is interested in contacting clinicians in the directory for SCI research purposes, the Clinical Liaison Team may forward the researcher’s request to the members. Members can then contact the researcher directly if they are interested.
To learn more about Praxis Spinal Cord Institute, please visit our website at www.praxisinstitute.org.