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Elizabeth Inness KITE

Dr. Inness is a physical therapist with expertise in neurorehabilitation, an Affiliate Scientist in KITE, and Lead within the KITE Innovations & Rehabilitation Clinics. She is also an Assistant Professor (status-only) in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto with cross-appointments in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute. Dr. Inness’ work has a strong focus on knowledge translation with an aim to optimize assessment and training of balance control for safe, independent mobility and to promote early and long-term engagement in exercise and physical activity after stroke and brain injury. She is the co-developer of the Community Balance & Mobility Scale. She has contributed to the development of a clinical toolkits to support uptake and implementation of telerehabilitation, and reactive balance training to prevent falls, and is currently co-leading the development of the Stroke Aerobic Exercise Implementation Toolkit (START). She recently co-chaired the development and update of the first Canadian Stroke Community-based Exercise Recommendations. 

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  • Affiliate Scientist, KITE - Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, UHN
  • Assistant Professor (status only), Department of Physical Therapy, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • Associate Member, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto
  • Balance & Mobility, falls, exercise and physical activity, stroke, brain injury, knowledge translation