Diana Zidarov is a postdoctoral fellow in the Faculty of Medicine at McGill University. She is an associate member of the School of Physical and Occupational therapy at McGill University and project co-director of Edith Strauss Rehabilitation Research Projects. She has worked as a physical therapist for more than 15 year while completing a M.Sc. in Rehabilitation Science in 2008 and a PhD in 2015 at the School of Public Health at University of Montreal, Canada. As an experienced clinician, Diana has an extensive background in assessing and treating individuals with musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Diana has conducted research in outcome measurement in rehabilitation settings and implementation of innovations and knowledge translation strategies. Her current research focuses on the development and implementation of quality indicators for the management of chronic pain and the implementation of web-based patient reported outcomes (PROs) for persons with spinal cord injury.
Needs analysis and the development of a quality improvement program for clinical programs at the IRGLM-CRLB. (University of McGill University) Director(s): Sara Ahmed
Zidarov, D., Visca, R., & Ahmed, S. (2019). Type of clinical outcomes used by healthcare professionals to evaluate health-related quality of life domains to inform clinical decision making for chronic pain management. Quality of Life Research, 1-11.
Lamontagne, M. E., Kairy, D., Bussière, A., Amed, S., Zidarov, D., Lévesque, D., … & Rodrigue, N. (2017). Fidelity and Outcome of Implementation Strategies for Evidence-Based Practice in Four Trauma Settings. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 98(12), e165.
Zidarov, D., Sicotte, C., Menon, A., Hallé, M. C., & Poissant, L. (2016). Factors influencing use of a performance measurement system in a rehabilitation hospital. Journal of Hospital Administration, 5(5), 79.