Acquired Brain Injury Data
The administrative data/large-scale data projects identify provincial and regional data needs and opportunities to advance clinical, patient and systems activity in ABI. Current data projects evaluate patterns of care delivery across the full spectrum of TBI, the impact of ONF standards on care and implementation, and the economic impact of care delivery.
National TBI Research
ONF is proud to be a lead partner with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research – Institute of Neuroscience, Mental Health and Addiction (CIHR-INMHA) in the largest funding activity dedicated to Traumatic Brain Injury ever in Canada. In this partnership, ONF has funded many high-profile research studies and built research networks and collaborations provincially, nationally and internationally.
Provincial Research Projects – ABI
ONF is committed to collaborating with partners and researchers within the province of Ontario to support innovative projects aimed to improve the healthcare system and quality of life for those living with ABI. The wide-range of provincial projects that ONF funds spans across the spectrum of TBI. By funding research aligned with ongoing program goals and objectives, ONF can provide greater value as research is then translated and finally implemented into the health care system. The research phase is invaluable to this continuum, leading to evidence-based best practices that enable clinicians and frontline staff to provide improved care for persons living with ABI.