Acadia, CCRF pen agreement to enhance musculoskeletal condition research, opportunities 


Acadia University has signed an agreement with the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) to collaborate on the development of research and funding opportunities pertaining to musculoskeletal conditions and other related health issues. The collaboration aims to alleviate the load on Nova Scotia’s healthcare system, enhance economic performance in the field, and help people who are affected by musculoskeletal conditions. “This agreement supports our goal to create a long-term relationship that produces excellent value in areas such as rehabilitation, through Acadia’s network of health researchers from Kinesiology, the Centre of Lifestyle Studies (COLS) and the Acadia Institute of Data Analytics,” said Acadia Associate VP Research, Innovation and Graduate Studies Dr Anna Redden.