College of Rehabilitation Sciences
Department of Physical Therapy
Room 106-771 McDermot Ave.
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3E 0T6
Dr. Barclay's research is focused on health-related quality of life, community ambulation and participation after stroke and with older adults. Her other areas of interest include response shift in health-related quality of life, systematic reviews and meta-analysis, and winter walking. She is currently funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research for two randomized controlled trials and a secondary analysis on community ambulation and physical activity in older adults.
Dr. Ruth Barclay is an associate professor in the department of physical therapy at the College of Rehabilitation Sciences, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. She is also a physiotherapist with clinical experience in a variety of areas, primarily including stroke rehabilitation. She has presented her research work internationally at quality of life, aging and physiotherapy conferences.
Doctor of philosophy in community health sciences from the University of Manitoba (2008)
Master of health sciences from McMaster University (1995)
Bachelor of medical rehabilitation in physical therapy from the department of physical therapy at the College of Rehabilitation Sciences (1987)
Faculty of 1000 – the article “Response shift: a brief overview and proposed research priorities”, Quality of Life Research, 2009, was recommended as being of special significance in its field from the F1000 Faculty.
International Society for Quality of Life Research (ISOQOL) 2009 Article of the Year Award for “Response shift: a brief overview and proposed research priorities” published in Quality of Life Research journal. Awarded in October, 2010 at the ISOQOL conference, London, UK.