Press release: CRIR 2022 video capsules “The Faces of CRIR Research”

Montréal, April 7, 2022 – Launch of “The Faces of CRIR Research” Video Series on the occasion on the World Health Day 

Both the human and societal aspects of health are at the heart of the Centre for interdisciplinary research in rehabilitation of Greater Montreal’s (CRIR6 Orientations outlined in our 2022-2028 Development Plan.  

 We invite you to discover how these 6 orientations come to life through “The Faces of CRIR Research” a short video series 6 video highlighting the personal stories of individuals who inspire the research we do at the CRIR: 

  1. The Faces of CRIR Research: The CRIR in 3 words 
  2. The Faces of CRIR Research: Motor Return and Rehabilitation 
  3. The Faces of CRIR Research: Dance and Rehabilitation 
  4. The Faces of CRIR Research: Inclusive Environments and Rehabilitation 
  5. The Faces of CRIR Research: Aging, Braille, and Rehabilitation
    (also available with video description) 
  6. The Faces of CRIR Research: Communication and Rehabilitation 

 All videos have the option for French or English subtitles as well as Sign Language interpretation. Quebec Sign Language (LSQ) is used for the French videos and American Sign Language (ASL) for the English video.  

 We would like to acknowledge the incredible team who contributed to the production of these capsules. 

Join us in highlighting the faces behind rehabilitation research by watching and sharing these videos with your networks. 

 How to find us?


World Health Day  

World Health Day is a celebration of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) anniversary and also an opportunity to highlight a global health priority.  

This year’s theme is “Our planet, Our health”.  

  “ In the midst of a pandemic, a polluted planet, increasing diseases like cancer, asthma, heart disease, on World Health Day 2022, WHO will focus global attention on urgent actions needed to keep humans and the planet healthy and foster a movement to create societies focused on well-being.” 


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Source:  

Brigitte Fillion, Assistant to the Scientific Direction of CRIR and PUR 

bfillion.crir@ssss.gouv.qc.ca