- Nova Scotia
- New Brunswick
- Prince Edward Island
- British Columbia
- North West Territories
The GLA:D™ Canada national team are working to make this program available within the final provinces and territories so that patients across the country can reduce their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
GLA:D™ Canada are pleased to announce the release of the GLA:D Annual Report for 2019. The report “Implementation and outcomes” provides the data analysed from participants who went through the program up to the end of 2019.
- 25 courses have been provided to train health care professionals
- 1080 clinicians have been trained of which 74% are physiotherpists
- 209 sites have launched 9 provinces
- a mean 15-29% improvement in pain
- over 30% of individuals experiencing a marked improvement in activities of daily living and sports and recreation
- over 45% of individuals experiencing a marked improvement in quality of life
These results show that the GLAD™ Canada program is successfully supporting people with hip and knee OA allowing them to manage their symptoms, improve their function and quality of life, and increase their physical activity.
GLA:D™2018 Full report
2018 Executive summary
GLA:D Canada: 2018 Supplementary Report – This supplementary report presents provincial-level patient registry data for the three highest-enrolling provinces to the end of 2018: Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Data for the remaining provinces and territories have been excluded because of limited patient numbers and/or lack of 12 month follow up data to the end of 2018.
GLA:D™ Canada 2017 report