Evidence-Based Spinal Cord Injury Research & Resource

We search the published literature and compile reviews of the best evidence available in SCI – eliminating your need to search and screen individual databases

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Evidence-Based Spinal Cord Injury Research & Resource

We search the published literature and compile reviews of the best evidence available in SCI – eliminating your need to search and screen individual databases

About SCIRE
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Evidence Modules

By clinical area – In chapter format

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Outcome Measures

Measure your client’s rehabilitation progress

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Videos & Toolkits

View demonstrations and discussions with experts in SCI – or download complete Toolkits

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Popular Topics & Tools

The most used tools in SCI clinical practice

Assessing Neurological Status – Use the ISNCSCI (ASIA Exam)

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Exercise After SCI Video Series

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Acute Neuroprotection

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The same SCI evidence written in everyday language

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Project Sponsors

“SCIRE Professional really is the world standard and well established as a primary resource. SCIRE Community is a unique resource in that it is based on research evidence… there are a lot of people providing information but the information is not always related to the research component.”

Dr. Chris McBride, PhD, Executive Director, Spinal Cord Injury BC

“During my time teaching PM&R Residents and PT Grad Students, I routinely recommended the SCIRE Project website and chapters as a credible source of the latest evidence in SCI Medicine and Rehabilitation.”

Dr. Daniel P. Lammertse, MD, SCI Medicine, Craig Hospital

“I recommend that everyone from trainees to experienced SCI professionals review the SCIRE website for the thorough reviews on topics in SCI. I think it is a great project and I have used it myself many times over the years, including referencing these when writing chapters or articles.”

Dr. Steven Kirshblum, MD, Medical Director and Director of Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation

“The professionalism of the SCIRE videos and the humanity they portray make them easy for clinicians to connect with. They really help clinicians visualize their potential to integrate sexual health in their practice. The SCIRE team has been very generous in sharing their work to enhance efforts to bring content and inspiration to clinicians.”

Marie Carlson, RN, BSN, CRN(C), Sexual Health Nurse, GF Strong

“It is evidence of your leadership, Janice, that you have built such an extraordinary team, at GFS, nationally and internationally. I echo the respect and admiration that the SCIRE Project has earned from the research, care, and consumer community around the world. Thank you for everything you do.”

Penny Clarke-Richardson, MBA, Director, Strategic Implementation, Praxis Institute (Retired)