I am currently engaged in collaborative research with researchers and clinicians at the Glenrose Hospital. Currently, we are working on two studies: (a) to examine the prevalence of cerebral palsy in Northern Alberta, with a goal of assessing whether the prevalence has increased or decreased since a landmark study done in this area 20 years ago; and (b) to study the Influence of socio-economic position on neurodevelopment in very preterm infants, in the Canadian context. My other broad area of research is psychological and social factors in health and well being, including multiple sclerosis, pain conditions, recovery from musculoskeletal injuries, and traumatic brain injury. I conduct both quantitative and qualitative studies and believe that these diverse methods are both important in helping us understand health problems. In addition to original research studies, I also conduct systematic reviews of the literature.