Our Clinical Educators

PT and OT students participating in interprofessional case study discussion. From left to right: Jared Maynard, Patricia Knobl, Nathanael Tsang, Karen O'Neil, Prof. Randy Booth, Leirick Chung. © Queen's University

Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy students participating in interprofessional case study discussion.
From left to right: Jared maynard, Patricia Knobl, Nathanael Tsang, Karen O'Neil, Prof. Randy Booth, Leirick Chung.

© Queen's University 

Welcome to Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy's clinical education site. Clinical education is an exciting and integral component of both the occupational and physical therapy curriculum.

Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy currently depends upon over 400 clinical educators (occupational therapists and physical therapists) at 223 facilities throughout our catchment area.

The objective of clinical education is to provide students with high quality, innovative and dynamic clinical learning opportunities.

Whatever your reason for seeking information about the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, we welcome you.

This site is intended to support and inspire clinicians, and provide information on Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy clinical education program. It features:

  • Educational opportunities at Queen’s University and within the Queen’s catchment area
  • Resources to support clinical teaching
  • Links to clinical education forms and documents
  • Preceptors' profiles
  • Job opportunities within the Queen’s catchment area

The Queen's catchment area extends west to east from Oshawa to Cornwall and up to Orillia/Peterborough/Lindsay and Smiths Falls in the north. We welcome all clinical educators to the Queen's community.