Therapeutic intervention for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) or persistent post-concussion symptoms
Promoting self-management in mTBI
Lawson Health Research Institute
Foundations of functional, musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory assessments in physical therapy
Physical therapy assessment and treatment of neurological disease and injuries and complex chronic conditions seen in rehabilitation care settings.
Nan Phillipson Award for Excellence in Teaching Assistants 2013
Certificate of Appreciation for contribution to the New Graduate Student Retention Task Force, Canadian Physiotherapy Association 2013
Student Affairs Committee, School of Physical Therapy, Western University
Neurosciences Practice Division Member, Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Concussion/mTBI Educational Web pages: Project lead on collating written and video information to enable people living with mTBI to better self-manage their symptoms and to improve awareness among families and practitioners living/working with people with mTBI. This project was made possible through the St. Joseph’s Health Care London President’s Grant for Innovation: www.sjhc.london.on.ca/concussion-mtbi
Muir-Hunter SM, Graham L, Montero Odasso M. Reliability of the Berg Balance Scale as a clinical measure of balance in community-dwelling older adults with moderate Alzheimer’s disease: A pilot study. Physiother Can. 2015, 67(3): 255-62.
Graham L, Connelly D. “Any movement at all is exercise”: A focused ethnography of rural community dwelling older adults’ perceptions and experiences of exercise as self-care. Physiother Can. 2013, 65(4): 333-41.