Lucie Brosseau


Lucie Brosseau
Full Professor

1996 Ph.D. Public Health, Epidemiology University of Montreal
1992 M.Sc. Kinanthropology University of Quebec in Montreal
1987 M.Sc. Clinical Sciences University of Montreal
1981 B.Sc. Physiotherapy University of Montreal

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Lucie Brosseau


Dr. Lucie Brosseau is a rehabilitation epidemiologist. She holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, a Master of Clinical Science, a Master of Kinanthropology (neurokinetics) and a Doctorate in Public Health (Epidemiology). She is currently a full professor at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa. She holds a University Research Chair in Evidence based Practice in Rehabilitation. She is also a member of the musculoskeletal group at Collaboration Cochrane. She co-developed the Ottawa Panel guidelines methodology.

Research Interests

Her main research interests are evidence-based practice and knowledge translation. In this area, Dr. Brosseau has conducted many meta-analyses on the effectiveness of rehabilitation care. She has also participated in developing and implementing clinical guidelines in the musculoskeletal and neurological fields.

Her current research work covers the dissemination and implementation of these various guidelines amongst patients and rehabilitation specialists in their daily practice. She is also interested in conducting clinical trials on the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions.

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