- Community mobility (urban and rural; retirement and LTC homes)
- Parkinson’s disease and other neurodegenerative/neurological diseases (e.g. dementia, stroke, TBI, epilepsy)
- Fall Prevention
- Driving Assessment and Rehabilitation (on-road assessment, driving simulators)
- Program and Policy Evaluation
Research grants and awards
UW-Bordeaux Research Initiative
Title: Examining the Prevalence and Relationships of Health and Mobility Related Impairment in Canadian Seniors
Public Health Ontario: Local Driven Collaborative Project (PI: Crizzle)
Title: Developing best practices for developing community partnerships in public health.
CIHR Planning and Dissemination Grant
Tenure: 01/16 – 12/2016
Development of a national strategy for addressing health and wellness in Canadian commercial motor vehicle drivers.
CIHR CCNA (Canadian Consortium on Neurodegeneration in Aging) (PI: Chertkow)
Sub-Project: Dementia and Driving Cessation (PI: Naglie; Co-PI: Rapoport)
Tenure: 04/01/14 - 03/31/19
Propel Center for Population Health Impact Seed Grant: Chronic Disease Prevention Initiative (PI: Jiang)
Title: Novel closed-loop non-invasive brain computer interface for rehabilitation of freezing of gait in Parkinson’s disease.
Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation (PI: Harris)
Title: Developing a driver training program for individuals post-stroke: A feasibility study
- PUBH 804 - Foundations
- PUBH 840 - Capstone
*Palubiski, L., Crizzle, A.M. (2016). Evidence based review of fitness-to-drive and return-to-driving following traumatic brain injury. Geriatrics: Special issue on Impaired driving skills in older adults, 1(3):17.
Rapoport M.J., Sukhawathanakul, P., Naglie, G., Tuokko, H., Myers, A.M., Crizzle, A.M., Korner-Bitensky, N., Vrkljan, B., Bedard, M., Porter, M., Mazer, B., Gelinas, I., Man-Son-Hing, M., Marshall, S. (2016). Is cognitive performance associated with older adults’ driving behaviours and attitudes over time? Canadian Journal on Aging: Special Issue: Older Driver Research, in press.
Crizzle, A.M, Classen, S, LaFranca, C., Silver, W., Eisenschenk, S. (2015). The effect of anti-epileptic drug levels on the driving performance of people with epilepsy. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 3(4), 1-11.
Crizzle, A.M., Myers, A.M. (2013). Examination of naturalistic driving practices in drivers with Parkinson’s disease compared to age and gender-matched controls. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 50, 724-731.
Vrkljan, B.H., Myers, A.M., Crizzle, A.M., Blanchard, R.A., Marshall, S. (2013). Evaluating medically at-risk drivers: A survey of assessment practices in Canada.Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 80(5), 295-303.
Crizzle, A.M., Classen, S., Uc, E. (2012). Parkinson’s disease and driving: An evidence based review. Neurology, 79, 2067-2074.
Crizzle, A.M., Newhouse, I. (2006). Is physical exercise beneficial for persons with Parkinson’s disease? Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine,16, 422-425.