Dr. Peter Rumney
Dr. Peter Rumney, MD, FRCP(C) is currently the Physician Director, Rehab and Complex Continuing Care, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, as well as the past Co-Lead, Centre for Leadership in Brain Injury at Holland Bloorview. He is a Clinical Team Investigator at the Bloorview Research Institute. He holds the positions of Assistant Professor, Paediatrics, University of Toronto; Assistant Professor (Status Only), Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto; Consultant, Department of Paediatrics & Neurology, The Hospital for Sick Children. He is the Secretary of the Board of Directors, International Paediatric Brain Injury Society. The IPBIS advocates the best possible rehabilitation care as described in the literature for children and youth with acquired brain injury, throughout the world.
Dr. Rumney’s practice is focused entirely on acquired brain injury and paediatric and adolescent rehabilitation. His research is primarily focused on brain injury rehabilitation, paediatric concussion, outcome measurement tools and innovative therapy modalities. In 2014, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital developed the first ever Provincial clinic providing care for children with persistent concussion syndrome. Dr. Rumney was a key collaborator in this project. Also, in 2014, He was the recipient of the Dr. Jane Gillett Research Award from Brain Injury Canada.
Rumney was a key collaborator in this project. Also, in 2014, He was the recipient of the Dr. Jane Gillett Research Award from Brain Injury Canada.
acquired brain injury, concussion, innovative therapy modalities