Peer reviewed publications

  1. Glegg SMN, Hung CT, Valdes BA, Kim BDG, Van der Loos HFM (2015). Kinecting the moves: The kinematic potential of rehabilitation-specific gaming to inform treatment for hemiplegia. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development (in press).
  2. Levac D, Glegg SMN, Camden C, Rivard L (2014). Best practice recommendations for the development, implementation, and evaluation of online knowledge translation resources in rehabilitation. Physical Therapy. October 9, 2014 (Epub ahead of print) doi:10.2522/ptj.20130500.
  3. Glegg SMN, Holsti L, Stanton S, Hanna S, Velikonja D, Ansley B, Sartor D, Brum C (2014). Using virtual reality in clinical practice: A multi-site exploratory study. NeuroRehabilitation, Sept 18, 2014 (Epub ahead of print).
  4. Glegg SMN, Tatla SK, Holsti L (2013). The GestureTek virtual reality system in rehabilitation: A scoping review. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Early online, 1-23. doi:10.3109/17483107.2013.799236
  5. Glegg SMN, Holsti L, Velikonja D, Ansley B, Brum C, Sartor D (2013). Factors influencing therapists’ adoption of virtual reality for brain injury rehabilitation. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 16(5), 385-401. doi:10.1089/cyber.2013.1506
  6. Glegg SMN, Holsti L (2010). Measures of knowledge and skills for evidence-based practice: A systematic review. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 77(4), 217-229. doi:10.2182/cjot.2010.77.4.4
  7. Glegg S (2010). Knowledge brokering as an intervention in paediatric rehabilitation practice. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 17(4), 203-211. bit.ly/1cTCVBK

Journal Abstracts

  1. Glegg S, Levac D, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P, Depaul V, Finestone H, Wishart L, Harris J, Brien M (2014). Integrating virtual reality and motor learning: A knowledge translation challenge (published abstract – oral presenter) (2014). 5th Canadian Stroke Congress, October 4-7, 2014, Vancouver, BC. Stroke (in press).
  2. Glegg SMN, Holsti L, Velikonja D, Ansley B, Brum C, Sartor D (2014). Evaluating change in virtual reality adoption for brain injury rehabilitation: A knowledge translation study (published abstract – oral presenter). Tenth World Congress on Brain Injury, March 19-22, 2014, San Francisco, CA. Brain Injury, May 2014, 28(5-6), pg. 691.
  3. Smith S, Jordan D (2008). Clinical protocols for virtual rehabilitation in paediatric brain injury (published abstract – oral presenter). Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference: Exploring the Frontiers of Occupation, June 12-14, 2008, Whitehorse, YK. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(1), Supplement 1. caot.ca/conference/2008/conf_supplement08.pdf

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers/Workshops/Posters

  1. Glegg S, Levac D, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P, Depaul V, Finestone H, Wishart L, Harris J, Brien M (2014). Integrating motor learning and virtual reality into practice: A knowledge translation challenge. 5th Canadian Stroke Congress, Vancouver, Oct 5-7.
  2. Levac D, Glegg S, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P, Depaul V, Finestone H, Wishart L, Harris J, Brien M (2014). The reality of virtual reality in stroke rehabilitation. In Proceedings of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM), Toronto, Oct 7-11.
  3. Glegg S, Levac D, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P, Depaul V, Finestone H, Wishart L, Harris J, Brien M (2014). Integrating motor learning and virtual reality into practice: A knowledge translation challenge. In Proceedings of the International Conference Series on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ICDVRAT), Gothenburg, Sweden, Sept 4-7.
  4. Glegg SMN, Hung CT, Valdes BA, Kim BDG, Van der Loos HFM (2014). Kinecting the moves: The kinematic potential of rehabilitation-specific gaming to inform treatment for hemiplegia. In Proceedings of the International Conference Series on Disability, Virtual Reality and Associated Technologies (ICDVRAT), Gothenburg, Sweden, Sept 4-7.
  5. Glegg SMN, Holsti L, Velikonja D, Ansley B, Brum C, Sartor D (2014). Evaluating change in virtual reality adoption for brain injury rehabilitation: A knowledge translation study (oral presenter). Tenth World Congress on Brain Injury, March 19-22, 2014, San Francisco, CA. Brain Injury, May 2014, 28(5-6), pg. 691.
  6. Levac D, Glegg S, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P, Depaul V, Finestone H, Wishart L, Harris J, Brien M (2013). Supporting therapists to integrate virtual reality systems within clinical practice: A knowledge translation study (poster). In Proceedings of the 4th Canadian Stroke Congress, October 6-7, 2013, Montreal, QC
  7. Levac D, Glegg S, Sveistrup H, Colquhoun H, Miller P (2013). Supporting therapists to integrate virtual reality systems within clinical practice: A knowledge translation study (poster). In Proceedings of the International Conference on Virtual Rehabilitation, August 27-29, 2013, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  8. Tatla S, Barrie A, Glegg S, Jordan D (2013). Now online: A toolkit for evidence based practice in BC. Subtitle: Tools to accelerate the benefits of research for children and youth with special needs. In Proceedings of the NeuroDevNet Kids in Motion Conference, May 9-11, 2013, Vancouver, BC.
  9. Barrie A, Glegg S (2012). Facilitating evidence based practice: A web-based resource toolkit (poster presenter). Proceedings of the 2012 Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) Annual Conference. October 28-31, 2012, Vancouver, BC. conference.caphc.org/vancouver-2012-insight/program-and-abstracts
  10. Glegg S (2011). Knowledge translation in virtual rehabilitation: Facilitating the clinical implementation of virtual reality (panel presenter). Canadian Network of Child and Youth Rehabilitation (CN-CYR) Rehabilitation Symposium, at the Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres (CAPHC) Annual Conference, October 16-19, 20011, Ottawa, ON. conference.caphc.org/ottawa-2011/october-16-2011-sunday/canadian-network-for-child-and-youth-rehab-cn-cyr-national-r
  11. Glegg SMN, Holsti L, Stanton S, Hanna S (2011). Evaluating the impact of knowledge translation on therapists’ adoption of virtual reality for brain injury rehabilitation (oral and poster presenter). Knowledge Translation Canada Summer Institute, June 6-8, 2011, Ottawa, ON.
  12. Smith S, Jordan D (2008). Clinical protocols for virtual rehabilitation in paediatric brain injury (oral). Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference: Exploring the Frontiers of Occupation, June 12-14, 2007, Whitehorse, YK. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(1), Supplement 1. caot.ca/conference/2008/conf_supplement08.pdf
  13. Smith S, Jordan D (2007). Clinical protocols for virtual rehabilitation: Integration into practice (podium presentation). Proceedings of the 2007 Glenrose Virtual Rehabilitation Conference: From vision to reality, May 11, 2007, Edmonton, AB. bit.ly/1bAKgtU

Non-Refereed Publications

  1. Levac D, Glegg, SMN (2013). Virtual reality for neurorehabilitation (e-learning course). Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children: Vancouver, BC & University of Ottawa: Ottawa, ON.
  2. Glegg SMN (2012). Knowledge brokering for health care professionals (e-learning course). Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children: Vancouver, BC.
  3. Glegg SMN, Jordan D (2005 to 2009; updated 2011 & 2013). Clinical protocols for virtual reality in brain injury rehabilitation (manual). Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children: Vancouver, BC.