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  • March 2016

    A one day event « Moving forward together: Advancing rehabilitation in a global context » will be held on march 12th, at McGill University. This full day conference held at McGill University aims to bring together students, practitioners and scholars interested in issues at the intersection of global health, rehabilitation and disability. Presentations will cover a broad range of topics along three major themes: education, practice and research. This event will bring together leaders in the field to discuss the current state and future direction of rehabilitation and disability in a global context. For more details, click HERE!

  • April 2016

    Digital Health will be held in Montreal, from April 11th to 13th 2016. DH 2016, held in conjunction with WWW 2016, will in particular focus on public health computer science covering a wide spectrum of subjects including communities of practice and social networks, analytics and engagement with tracking and monitoring wearable devices, big data, public health surveillance, persuasive technologies, epidemic intelligence, participatory surveillance, serious games for public health interventions and automated early identification of health threats and response. For more details, click HERE!

  • January 2016

    The RehabMaLL Scientific Day and Open House in Pictures

    Last Tuesday, on November 3rd 2015, the CRIR held the CRIR-RehabMaLL Scientific Day and Open House. This event was an opportunity to portray the work done in the last four years. The day began with a of an overview of the RehabMaLL achievements, folllowed by an activity of the Community of Practice. The students then presented the results of their work during scientific poster session in the lobby of the towers of Alexis Nihon. This activity was followed by a visit of kiosks located in the mall presenting RehabMaLL research projects, during which the researchers engaged with participants and shared their findings with the public. This great day ended with a celebratory cocktail where we were fortunate to have among us leaders of CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal, Mr. Guy Charron, Executive Vice President, Operations Retail at Cominar REIT, and Ms. Hanneke Van Bruggen, expert in social inclusion and a member of our advisory board, as well as representatives of the Quebec and French Living Labs.

    We would like to warmly thank all participants of this day and everyone who was involved in the RehabMaLL. Special thanks to the CRIR organizing team and the Alexis Nihon team for their enthusiastic welcome.

    See below pictures of the different activities.

    Kiosks and Cocktail

    New article on RehabMaLL Scientific Day and Open House

    To read the article published on November 11th 2015 in the Westmount Magazine, click HERE

    Read about our Living Lab and the RehabMaLL Scientific Day and Open House

    Here are two articles published in Westmount Magazine, on October 21st et le 28th 2015. The first paper is about the renovations done in Alexis Nihon, based on the results of our research projects in the Living Lab. The other one concerns the research projects conducted in the last four years.

  • April 2015

    Congratulations to our Partner Cominar REIT for their award for Building of the year

    On April 23rd 2015, The Building Owners and Managers Association unveiled the winners of its 2015-2016 BOMA awards. Our partner Cominar REIT, received the prize for Building of Year 2016 in response to the alterations carried out at the Alexis Nihon mall ( reward is the culmination of efforts to make Alexis Nihon increasingly accessible to people living with a disability, and this is in part due to their collaboration with our Living Lab project. An article was dedicated to our collaboration and renovations in the May 2nd edition of the journal Les Affaires. To read the article, click HERE

  • February 2015

    Call for Research funding 2015 EXTENSION OF THE DEADLINE

    Open Call for Projects

    The CRIR's Living Lab executive committee launch an two different calls for funding. The first call is a call for research project funding, open to all CRIR researchers, whether currently implicated or not in the Living Lab research program. The projects submitted should target at least one of the research area priorities (see the documents). Researchers are encouraged to submit projects that are collaborative in nature, involving one of more of CRIR's Living Lab partners.
    Submission deadline: Wednesday, February 18th 2015.

    For the description of the Call, click HERE.

    For the form to complete, click HERE.

    Call for Financial Support for Grant Application

    This call is to provide financial support to researchers who would like to prepare a grant application to a funding agency. The financial support is open to all CRIR researchers, or a group of researchers (which could include non-CRIR researchers), whether currently involved in the Living Lab research program or not. The aim is to ensure the sustainability of the Living Lab and support projects seeking to promote the social participation of people with disabilities.
    Submission deadline: Wednesday, February 18th 2015.

    For the call for financial support for grant, click HERE.

    For the form to complete, click HERE.

  • January 2015

    The "Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau (CRLB)" gave three student grants for projects related to the Rehabilitation Living Lab. Congratulations to the winners!

    An application call was launched in January 2015 to support two PhD students and a postdoc, to conduct, under the direction of researcher at CRLB, a project related to the "Rehabilitation Living Lab in the Mall". Candidates were announced at the end of April 2015.

    Madame Christine Alary Gauvreau received a PhD stipend for her project "Favoriser l’évolution des pratiques orthophoniques en réadaptation vers la participation sociale de la personne ayant une aphasie" under the supervision of Dr Guylaine LeDorze, a CRIR-CRLB researcher.

    Madame Alexandra Tessier received a PhD stipend for her project "Évaluation d’une formation visant à favoriser l’inclusion sociale des personnes ayant un trouble de communication" under the supervision of Dr Claire Croteau, a CRIR-CRLB researcher.

    Dr. Frédérique Poncet was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship for her project "Comparer l’efficacité d’une intervention spécifique et d’une intervention générique de résolution de problèmes sur les capacités de gestion financière chez les personnes ayant un traumatisme craniocérébral" supervised by Dr Carolina Bottari, a CRIR-CRLB researcher.

    Congratulations to the community of practice team!

    The community of practice team was recently awarded a grant, for 2015-2016, from the Edith Strauss foundation to pursue a knowledge-to-action project. They plan to accomplish several activities involving members, researchers from the Living Lab, rehabilitation professionals and members of the public. Congratulations to Drs Dahlia Kairy, Barbara Mazer, Andréanne Guindon, Martha Visintin (chief of academic activities and clinician at the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital), Irene Sebesteyn and Delphine Labbé (project manager of the Living Lab).

  • December 2014


    The Rehabilitation Living Lab is now a member of ENoLL, the European Network of Living Labs

    September 5th 2014, the CRIR-Rehabilitation Living Lab at the Mall (RehabMaLL) officially became a member of ENoLL, the European Network of Living Labs, as part of the 8th wave of membership. Dr. Eva Kehayia, co-director of the project, went to Amsterdam to present the RehabMaLL to the other members during the ENoLL Summer School ( The membership at ENoLL enables, among other things, to establish links with other living labs, helps to promote our activities and provides information on grants and other resources to help the RehabMaLL improve. We are excited about this new membership!
    Visit our page on ENoLL website

    "Un simulateur pour l'entraînement en fauteuil motorisé, par, Philippe S. Archambault, erg., Ph.D., Friday, December 12th 2014 from 11am to 12pm. For more information, click HERE!

  • October 2014

    Congratulations to our Year-4 2014-2015 Doctorate Student and Post-doctorate Stipend Winners

    PhD Stipend

    Marika Demers, PhD Candidate, McGill University

    Program of study: PhD Rehabilitation Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Mindy Levin
    Project Title: "Élaboration d'une trousse d'outils de réalité virtuelle pour la réadaptation du membre supérieur hémiparétique."

    Post-doctorate Stipend

    Noémie Duclos, Université de Montréal

    Supervised by: Dr. Cyril Duclos
    Project Title: "Étude des déterminants de l'asymétrie locomotrice chez les personnes hémiparétiques et son impact sur la performance dans le laboratoire vivant de réadaptation au centre commercial."

    Florian Grond, Concordia University

    Supervised by: Dr. Aaron Johnson and Dr. Walter Wittich
    Project Title: "Audible Pointers from the Real World, A Guidance System for Blind and Sighted Shoppers in the Living Lab of the MALL."

    Frédérique Poncet, Université de Montréal

    Supervised by: Dr. Carolina Bottari
    Project Title: "Faire ses achats à l'aide de nouvelles technologies dans le MALL. Effet d'une intervention cognitive."

    Keiko Shikako-Thomas, Université de Montréal (part time)

    Supervised by: Dr. Tiiu Poldma
    Project Title: "Participation court: Where policies, research and participation meet at the MALL."


    "Projet Réadaptation + : évaluation de l'impact d'un circuit d'entraînement sur une unité de soins de réadaptation fonctionnelle intensive pour une clientèle post-chirurgie de la hanche ou du genou", by Sylvie Nadeau, pht, PhD and Dominique Blanger, pht, Tuesday October 28th, 2014 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. For more information, click HERE!

    "A quoi ressemblerait une application mobile idéale pour évaluer l'accessibilité au centre commercial", by Claudine Auger, PhD, Tuesday November 18th, 2014 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. For more information, click HERE!

  • July 2014

    Publication of a special issue of Alter about the CRIR-Rehabilitation Living lab

    A special issue « Le centre de commercial : un laboratoire vivant / Mall as a living lab » published by Alter-European Journal of Disability Research is now available online at « ». This issue, co-edited by Michel Desjardins a researcher partner of the project (Saskatchewan University) and Isabelle Ville (Inserm-Cernes, Paris), includes 8 articles: An introduction by the co-editors and 7 articles presenting the research conduct in the Living lab.

    The complete references and the link for each articles are available on the members-only website in the knowledge transfer events, where you can also find many of our publications.

    Graduate Student Stipend Competition of the Rehabilitation Living Lab 2014-2015
    EXTENDED DEADLINE: July 28th, 2014

    The Rehabilitation living lab project is offering for year 2014-2015, student stipends for doctoral or postdoctoral students, who are or will be conducting a project that is directly related to at least one of the three main research streams of the Living Lab during the academic year (2014-2015).

    The deadline for submission is: Monday, July 28, 2014

    Congratulations to our Year-3 2013-2014 Graduate Student Stipend!

    PhD Stipend

    Carole Anglade, PhD Candidate, Université de Montréal
    Program of study: PhD Biomedical Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Guylaine Le Dorze
    Project Title: "Les interactions quotidiennes de la personne présentant un trouble de communication en dehors du domicile."

    Nahid Norouzi Gheidari, PhD Candidate, McGill University
    Program of study: PhD Rehabilitation Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Philippe Archambault
    Project Title: Robot-Assisted Reaching Performance of Stroke Patients in Virtual Environment versus Physical Environment.

    Christine Alary Gauvreau, PhD Candidate, Université de Montréal
    Program of study: PhD Biomedical Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Guylaine Le Dorze
    Project Title: "Participation sociale des personnes aphasiques et de leurs proches : la réadaptation est-elle prête à changer ses pratiques ?"

    Master Stipend

    Gordon Tao, Master Candidate, McGill University
    Program of study: M.Sc. Rehabilitation Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Philippe Archambault
    Project Title: Using a 3D Hand Motion Controller for Reaching Tasks in a Powered Wheelchair Simulator.

    Keven Lee, Master Candidate, McGill University
    Program of study: M.Sc. Rehabilitation Sciences
    Supervised by: Dr. Melissa Park
    Project Title: Look at me Engaging-with: Understanding the Effect of a Movement-based Intervention on How Children with Autism Communicate and Participate.

    Emilie Leduc, Master Candidate, Université de Montréal
    Program of study: Ergothérapie
    Supervised by: Dr. Claudine Auger
    Project Title: "L'utilisation d'une application mobile pour faciliter l'activité de magasinage chez les personnes ayant des troubles légers de communication."

  • April - June 2014

    Participate in a mapping activity organized by members of the community of practice!

    The Community of practice is organizing a mapping activity of the accessibility of stores downtown of Montréal. This event will take place on June 5th 2014, from 1:00 to 4:00, and activity will be followed by a 5 à 7. You can register at until May 29th. We hope to see you there!!

    Colloqium on communities of practice On may 12th 2014, at the "Congrès de l'ACFAS"

    "La place des communautés de pratique en santé : innovations, impacts et défis"

    The objective of this symposium organized by Drs Dahlia Kairy and Barbara Mazer, researchers at the head of the community of practice living laboratory, is to portray the state of the knowledge and experiences in the field of communities of practice in health.

    • Place: Concordia University, John Molson School of Business building (1450 Guy Street), room 2.435
    • Date : May 12th 2014 from 8:30 to 16:30

    Year-3 General meeting of the Rehabilitation living lab: Book the day of April 30th, 2014 on your calendar!

    On April 30th 2014, a general meeting will be held for the Mall-rehabilitation living lab. The objective of this meeting is to review the preceding years and to discuss the carrying out of the last year and the future directions with our researchers, collaborators, partners and students who have participated in the project, or are interested by it.

  • January 2014

    Call for Research funding 2013-2014

    Open Call for Projects        EXTENDED DEADLINE: February 17th, 2014

    The CRIR's Living Lab executive committee launch an open call for projects. This call is open to all CRIR researchers, whether currently implicated or not in the Living Lab research program. Researchers are encouraged to submit projects that are collaborative in nature, involving one of more of CRIR's Living Lab partners. Submission deadline: Monday, February 3rd, 2014.

  • December 2013

    Targeted project in partnershi​p with Altergo

    The CRIR's Living Lab executive committee launch a research grant for a targeted project involving a partner of the PSI-MALL livinglab: Altergo. This funding offered is open to all CRIR researchers, participating or not in the research program of the Living Lab. Please find below the application form and call for proposals. The submission deadline is: Friday, December 6, 2013.

  • November 2013

    PSI Graduate Student Stipend Competition

    The PSi projet is offering again this year, stipends to current graduate and post-graduate students, who are conducting a project that is directly related to at least one of the three main research streams of the PSI during the academic year (2013-2014). The deadline for submission is: Friday, November 29, 2013

  • June 2013

    Congratulations to our Summer Studentship 2013 Winners!

    Cassioppée Guay-Gallant (UdeM), Evelina Putich (UdeM), Benoît Lafleur (UQAM), Véronique Provençal (UdeM), and Charlotte Sordes (UdeM) were the 2013 summer studentship winners. We look forward to hearing about their progress!

  • May 2013

    FRQ-S Midterm Report Submitted!

    Thanks to the support of our executive committee, project leaders, researchers, students and partners, we have successfully submitted our midterm report to the FRQ-S on April 15th. To view the report, please sign in to the member’s only site and visit the home page.

    Recent Changes …

    We would like to welcome Dr. Dahlia Kairy, co-leader of the Community of Practice project with Barbara Mazer, to CRIR’s Living Lab executive team. In other news, we would like to thank and bid farewell to Annie Daniel, General Manager of Operations at Alexis Nihon, who played a major role in ensuring our solid partnership with Cominar REIT. We welcome Laurraine Leblanc as Cominar’s new Living Lab representative.

    ALTER: A Special Issue on CRIR’s Rehabilitation Living Lab Project

    The European Journal of Disability Research, ALTER, will be publishing a special issue on CRIR’s Rehabilitation Living Lab project in early 2014. In March, nine article abstracts were submitted to and approved by ALTER’s editorial board. We would like to thank all authors and co-authors who took the time to submit their abstracts and articles. The guest editors for this special issue are: Isabelle Ville (Inserm-Cermes, Paris) and Michel Desjardins (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon).

  • January 2013

    Congratulations to our Year-2 Graduate Student Stipend!

    Aditi Mullick, PhD Candidate, McGill University
    Supervised by: Dr. Mindy Levin
    Project Title: Improving ability to reach in complex environments

    Nahid Norouzi Gheidari, PhD Candidate, McGill University
    Supervised by: Dr. Philippe Archambault
    Project Title: Robot‐Assisted Reaching Performance of Stroke Patients in Virtual Environment versus Physical Environment

    Carole Anglade, PhD Candidate, Université de Montréal
    Supervised by: Dr. Guylaine Le Dorze
    Project Title: Social Reintegration of a Person Suffering from Aphasia: Facilitating factors and proposals for adaptation models in an ecologically valid milieu.


KT Events


Postdoctoral Project - February 2015

On February 20th 2015, Concordia University held the second-annual Postdoctoral Research Day, reuniting 60 postdoctoral students from 4 Montreal Universities. Florian Grond (under the supervision of DR Aaron Jonhson from the CRIR), who received a bursary from the Living Lab, presented his study on the development of a system for individuals with a visual deficiency to help them navigate in public space. Click here for a summary of his presentation.

Sommet mondial de l'innovation - November 2014

Both of the projects’ scientific directors, Bonnie Swaine and Eva Kehayia, participated in the Montreal Summit on Innovation, held on November 6th 2014. The 4th edition of this event, organized by the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, discussed the importance of partnerships for innovation. Dr Swaine and Kehayia highlighted ways in which different partners of the Rehab Mall allow for the integration of diverse perspectives and reduces barriers in research. You can download the presentation, «Guérir dans des environnements inclusifs: The Rehab Mall Living Lab», by clicking here.

ENoLL Summer School - September 2014 ENoLL

Dr Eva Kehayia, co-leader of the project, presents the Rehabilitation Living Lab in the Mall (RehabMall) during the Summer School of ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) in Amsterdam on september 5th. It was also an opportunity to do networking with representatives of living labs around the world.

Colloquium at ACFAS - May 2014

The community of practice (CoP) team organised the colloquium, "La place des communautés de pratique en santé: innovations, impacts et défis", within the 82nd ACFAS conference, which was held at Concordia University in Montreal, on May 12th 2014. This colloquium brought together local, national, and international experts, while allowing them to share their innovative experiences in a variety of health domains, in addition to results pertaining to their research on CoP. The participants discussed success factors, potential solutions, and evaluation approaches in line with CoP. More…

RéadaptATion – aides technique - May 2014

The colloquium "réadaptATion – aides technique 2014" by the “Association des établissements de réadaptation en déficience physique du Québec” (AERDPQ), was held on May 8th and 9th, 2014 at the Sheraton hotel in Laval. The colloquium allowed for crossroads of ingenuity highlighting the contribution of technical aids in the rehabilitation process leading towards an independent way of life for individuals with physical disabilities. More…

Robots demonstration at Alexis Nihon - May 2014

As part of the 2014 NCFRN Field Trials: Montreal, an event organised by The NSERC Canadian Field Robotics Network (NCFRN), students and researchers tested their robots in a real environment at the Alexis Nihon mall, on may 8th and 9th 2014. Following this event, a demonstration of their robots was held on May 10th at Alexis Nihon mall, which was organised by Dr. Joelle Pineau and her team. Researchers from the Rehabilitation Living Lab also participated in the events. More…

Seminar at ACFAS - May 2013

The research team of the rehabilitation Living Lab is proud to have participated on May 9th and 10th 2013, in the Innovation and Health Research: LIVING LAB APPROACH seminar, at the 81st ACFAS conference, which was held in Quebec City. This seminar gathered specialists from the fields of health, digital technologies and cognitive science, including many specialists from our team, around the concept of a living lab. During this meeting, discussions were carried out on the concept of a living lab, its clinical impacts and ensuing research results, specifically within the health domain.

This seminar has been a joint initiative on behalf of the two living labs specializing in health in Quebec: the MALL (Laboratoire Vivant en Réadaptation/Mall as A Living Lab) from the CRIR and the Living lab SAT/CHU Ste-Justine. A researcher from the core research team, Tiiu Poldma, was one of the two organizers. We would like to thank her.

Forum Art, Culture, Mieux-être – February 2013

The Forum Art, Culture, Mieux-être was held at the PHI centre in Montreal, on February 8th 2013. This initiative, driven by the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture, was accomplished in collaboration with UQAM and Concordia University. This reflective forum aimed to recognize the importance of sharing experiences in regards to the use of art and culture as a tool to collectively face the challenges posed to Quebec’s society.

The project leaders, Eva Kehayia and Bonnie Swaine, presented an overview of the research project, as well as an overview of achievements to date in the different studies and the possible links to be made in regards to art and well-being.

Salon Prendre sa place - May 2012

Our Living Lab research team was proud to take part in this year’s Salon Prendre Sa Place event, which was hosted by the Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau at Complexe Desjardins from May 29th to May 31st 2012. This event is organized every year by leaders in rehabilitation to showcase their commitment and dedication to persons with physical disabilities.

The project leaders, Drs. Eva Kehayia and Bonnie Swaine, along with two pilot project leaders and core team members, Drs. Philippe Archambault and Tiiu Poldma, presented an overview of the research project as well as a preview of what we have accomplished thus far in the navigation and accessibility research areas of the living lab to rehabilitation clinicians in the Montreal area.

Exchange Activities

Community of Practice - October 2014

The fourth Community of Practice (CoP) in-person meeting was held on October 2nd 2014 at the Centre de réadaptation Lucie-Bruneau. More than twenty members of the CoP were present at the meeting. The goal of the meeting was first to present a summary of the CoP activities during last year. Then, researchers of the Living Lab presented their research projects and discussed with the members about issues related to their project. Christine Alary-Gauvreau presented her project on rehabilitation and social participation in shopping malls. Annie Rochette PhD and Catherine Guérard (Altergo) then talked about their projects of assessment of a training to Alexis Nihon employees. Finally, Noemi Dahan-Oliel PhD shared the results of her projects Se rendre au centre commercial : les perspectives des adolescents sur les obstacles et sur les facilitateurs".

We gratefully thank the researchers who shared their research and the members of the CoP for their involment.
For the summary of last year activities, click HERE.

Community of Practice - La marche pour l’accessibilité (The Walk for Accessibility), June 2014

On June 5th 2014, during The Walk for Accessility, 26 persons living with disabilities and volunteers (divided in 8 teams) visited about 50 stores in downtown Montreal. The activity was organized to mark the 18th edition of the Semaine québécoise des personnes handicapées. Each team visited about 6 stores or restaurants located on Ste-Catherine West. Using an evaluation grid develop by Onrouleauquebec, the teams noted the presence or absence of different accessibility features. The activity was also a good occasion for shopkeepers and employees to discuss with people with disabilities and listen to their suggestions.

The participants got together for a cocktail at the LaSalle College’s restaurant Le Fuchsia. Parts of the photo exhibition "Têtes d’affiche", organized by Independent Living Montreal, was also presented. Moreover, Mme Monique Vallée, member of the executive committee of the city of Montreal and "responsable du développement social et communautaire ainsi que de l'itinérance" joined us for the event.

We would especially like to thank Altergo, Kéroul, Indenpendent Living- Montréal, MÉMO-Qc for their contributions in making this day a success. A special thanks to OnRouleAuQuébec, which with their experience from last year helped the CoP realize this great activity.

Here a some pictures of the participants’ team in action:

Community of Practice - February 2014

A community of practice, bringing together stakeholders from the field of rehabilitation, the community and civil society, has been created through the living lab project. It began its activities in June 2013, by a first in-person meeting. This first meeting was an occasion for the current members to get to know each other and exchange on their implication within the community of practice.

Since then, two meetings took place in October 2013 and February 2014. The meeting in October allowed for the exploration of orientations of the community, but more importantly, it allowed for a discussion of themes linked to the social participation of people living with disabilities as well as the projects of the Living Lab and their repercussions. The objective of the last meeting, in the beginning of February 2014, was to elaborate a common research project based on the concerns and experiences of the members of the community of practice, with the ultimate goal of sharing the results of this project with the community at large.

World Café - May 2013

A first World Café networking activity was held on May 24th 2013. This activity was organized collaboratively by the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation (CRIR) and INTER (Ingénierie de technologies interactives en réadaptation) with the objective of sharing knowledge, exchanging in a friendly and dynamic manner, and forging links while anticipating the future together. Approximately thirty individuals, from different horizons, participated and exchanged, among other things, on the advantages of being part of a research network, the projects that could emerge from network collaborations as well as its associated challenges.

General Meetings

Year 1 - November 2011

Our first general project meeting was held in Cominar REIT’s newly renovated conference room, bringing together approximately 75 participants (researchers, partners, administrators, students and the advisory board members), for an update information session with project presentations followed by a networking lunch. This event sparked interest from the press, resulting in published articles on the Rehabilitation Living Lab project in “La Presse” and the “Montreal Gazette” newspapers as well as the local university.

Year 2 - May 2012

On May 24th 2012, CRIR’s Living Lab research team held their annual general meeting that brought together approximately 70 members, including partners, advisory board members, clinicians and researchers at the Constance-Lethbridge Rehabilitation Centre. During this meeting, all stakeholders were updated about our progress by the three research theme leaders, Drs Philippe Archmabault, Guylaine Le Dorze and Carolina Bottari. Our team also established the future directions as well as short- and long-term milestones of the Rehabilitation Living Lab project.



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