About the Project    

What are we about?

We aim to shape the future of research in concussion by bringing patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals together to identify and prioritize the top 10 unanswered questions about concussion.

Who are we?

We are a team of patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers who are working together to identify research priorities in concussion. We want thoughts and ideas from people affected by concussion across Canada with different experiences and backgrounds.

What is a PSP?

PSP stands for Priority Setting Partnership and is a project that aims to identify the top 10 questions that patients, caregivers and clinicians have about concussion in order to guide research funding.

Help set research priorities in concussion. If you have had one or multiple concussions, have experienced concussive symptoms, and/or have been diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury we want to hear what questions you want answered. We also want to hear from caregivers and healthcare providers who care for and treat people with concussion. We need your help guiding researchers in the area of concussion. We will make your voice heard! 

Our Survey

Meet the Team

Katherine Cowan
Martin Osmond
Liz Legace 
Shannon Bauman
Mark Bayley
Randene Duncan
Phil Fait
Erin Fox
Isabelle Gagnon
Kanika Gupta
Ash Kolstad
Rosemary Macklem
Lyle McKellar
Kinga Olszewska
Michelle Quinlan
Noah Silverberg

Get Involved 


If you would like to stay informed or get involved in future projects, please fill out our form, give us a call or email us directly.

(613) 737-7600 ext. 6135

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Project Coordinator:
Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute (CHEO RI)
401 Smyth Road, Ottawa ON, K1H 8L1
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