Sakakibara, Brodie

Brodie Sakakibara

Brodie Sakakibara PhD

Assistant Professor

Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
Faculty of Medicine, Southern Medical Program

Contact Info

UBC Okanagan
1088 Discovery Avenue  RHS 326
Kelowna  BC  V1V 1V7

Tel:  250-807-8505

OSOT web: Brodie Sakakibara

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy,
    Faculty of Medicine Research Scientist,
    Chronic Disease Prevention Program, Southern Medical Program, UBC Okanagan
  • Chronic disease self-management and prevention – focus in secondary prevention of stroke, cardiovascular disease, and multi morbidity
  • Telehealth – delivery of chronic care health services and supports using accessible technologies
  • Measurement of chronic disease self-management and prevention outcomes
  • Complex behavioural intervention development and clinical trial methodologies
  • Participatory and patient-oriented research

Advancing virtual care in stroke rehabilitation: TeleRehabilitation with Aims to Improve Lower Extremity Recovery Post-Stroke (TRAIL)
PI: Brodie  Sakakibara
Co-Is: Barclay, Ruth E; Bayley, Mark T; Davis, Jennifer C; Eng, Janice J; Harris, Anne; Inness, Elizabeth L; Mackay-Lyons, Marilyn J; Monaghan, Jennifer; Pollock, Courtney L; Pooyania, Sepideh; Schneeberg, Amy; Teasell, Robert W
Date: 2021-2022
Funded by: CIHR and Canadian Medical Association (Ottawa)

Aging in Place: Optimizing active and healthy aging at home
Lead: Jakobi, J
Co-Is:  Dalton, B., Komisar, V., Sakakibara, B., Hoppmann, C., Boger, J.
Date:  November 2020– October 2023
Funded by:  University of British Columbia Eminence Program

Innovative uses of technology for the prevention of secondary events after stroke
PI: Brodie Sakakibara
Funded by: Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research

A telehealth intervention to promote healthy lifestyles after stroke: The Stroke Coach
PI: J. Eng
Co-I: Brodie Sakakibara, S. Lear, O. Benavente, N. Silverberg, S. Barr, C. Goldsmith, J. Yao
Funded by: CIHR

Delivery of self-management through a peer-support telehealth intervention in patients with cardiovascular disease: The Health Circles project
PI: S. Lear
Co-I: Brodie Sakakibara, A. Krahn, M. MacKay, T. Sedlack, J. Singer, D. Whitehurst
Funded by: CIHR eHealth Innovation Partnership Program

The use of text messaging to improve hospital-community transition in patients with cardiovascular disease
PI: S. Lear
Co-I: Brodie Sakakibara, A. Hagan-Johnson, M. MacKay, M. Toma, H. Van Spall, D. Whitehurst
Funded by: CIHR