Ms. Beth Cruchley

BA, Psychology, MHScTR, BA, Psychology, MHScTR

Affiliations: The Hospital for Sick Children

Research Coordinator , Research Coordinator

Research Interests:

I am interested in rehabilitative science, specifically occupational therapy, which is my chosen topic for the Capstone Project.

Brief Bio:

My strong background in clinical research stems from my 4+ years at The Hospital for Sick Children as a research coordinator. I have been dedicated to two projects within the Nephrology and Transplant and Regenerative Medicine Departments. Working closely with patients and their families while addressing medication adherence challenges after kidney transplantation exposed me to the diverse needs in the chronic illness population.

Capstone Project:

- Lack of consistency in how the tool was introduced into the clinic and evaluated over time in terms of its feasibility​
- It was often unclear how the clinicians would use TickiT® to improve or inform clinical practices in terms of translating the survey results into actions or innovations in their clinic area.

- Lack of consistency in how the tool was introduced into the clinic and evaluated over time in terms of its feasibility​
- It was often unclear how the clinicians would use TickiT® to improve or inform clinical practices in terms of translating the survey results into actions or innovations in their clinic area.

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