December 31, 2015 by Nicholas Spence
The RMI-Family Project has had a productive 2015!
Indeed, there have been a number of important developments, such as our first team meeting, training sessions on motivational interviewing and accelerometers, the addition of new team members to complement this multidisciplinary group of clinicians and researchers, and a notable publication from pilot data.
This next year promises to be a good one, and there are some milestones that we will be reaching in the near future, including a protocol paper detailing every aspect of the project, as well as the start of data collection.
A special thank you to our large team from across the country for their numerous contributions over the last year. Also, there are a number of individuals and groups, locally, nationally, and internationally, whose ongoing support is appreciated. Of course, this includes the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, which is funding this research.
Happy New Year! All the best for 2016 and stay tuned for more updates!