The Physical Therapy Clinic at Queen's provides physical rehabilitation services to the Queen's and Kingston community while enhancing clinical education and research opportunities within the School of Rehabilitation Therapy. ...
Welcome to the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University!The School is well known for high quality professional programs in Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy and excellent masters and doctoral researchprograms in Rehabilitation Science. Offering a unique fraternal Queen’s environment, study at the School gives students a high quality academic experience while building life-long friendships.
The mission of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy is “To educate leaders in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science by developing skills and competencies in rehabilitation; by facilitating problem-solving; self-directed learning and acquisition of attitudes and skills for lifelong learning; by fostering the development of human qualities and attitudes that promote commitment to clients and their communities throughout the world; and by conducting research in the promotion, restoration and maintenance of health through rehabilitation.”
The Department of Community Health & Epidemiology was established in 1968. Forty-five years later, at the request of the Department of Community Health & Epidemiology, Queen’s University Senate formally approved … Continue reading