The CRBS was created and tested through a series of grants, as listed below:
1. Principal Investigator Dr. Sherry L. Grace is supported by Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) salary award #MSH-80489. Ms Shamila Shanmugasegaram was supported by CIHR to undertake psychometric evaluation of the scale.
2. Grace, S.L., Stewart, D.E., Scholey, P., Holder, G., Kaur, R., Rukholm, E., Alter, D., Rush, J., Anand, S., Williamson, K., Harvey, P., Oh, P., Gupta, M., & Bunker, S. (2006). Cardiovascular secondary prevention for vulnerable populations: An interdisciplinary approach to improving access to services and outcomes. Reducing Health Disparities and Promoting Equity for Vulnerable Populations - Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Grants CIHR Institute of Gender and Health and Institute of Circulatory and Respiratory Health, and Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada grant # HOA-80676.
3. Grace, S.L., Stewart, D.E., Suskin, N., Alter, D.A., & Higginson, L. (2005). Contribution of patient and physician factors to cardiac rehabilitation referral and participation: A prospective, multi-level study. CIHR grant # MOP-74431.
4. Grace, S.L., Stewart, D.E., Abramson, B., Brooks, D., Jaglal, S., Scholey, P., Suskin, N., Arthur, H. & Evindar, A. (2003). An evidence-based health services evaluation of information and management continuity in heart patients. CIHR/Canadian Health Services Research Foundation, and Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care grant # PHS-73996/FRN 73996.
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Research Coordinators and Site Recruiters for the CRCARE Study:
Lori Van Langen