REBECCA BRUNDIN-MATHER

Rebecca Brundin-Mather, MASc (Applied Psychology) is a Research Associate in the Ward of the 21st Century Research & Innovation Centre at the University of Calgary. Rebecca currently coordinates the PRIHS study, Reassessing Practices in the Daily Care of Critically Ill Patients: Opportunities to Identify and Close Evidence-care Gaps and will assume coordination of the research project focused on Development and Testing of a Tool Kit to Improve Discharge from Intensive Care. Her broad research interest include improving and evaluating best practices in health care and models of interprofessional care.

Position/Title: Research Associate

Institution: University of Calgary

Department: W21C, O’Brien Institute of Public Health

Email: brundin@ucalgary.ca

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Link to Institutional Profile: http://w21c.org/research/research-team

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Reassessing Practices in the Daily Care of Critically Ill Patients: Opportunities to Identify and Close Evidence-care Gaps.