Occupational Therapy Award Winner - Carrie Marshall
Carrie is an Occupational Therapist Case Manager with the Heads Up! Program at Hotel Dieu Hospital in Kingston, ON. As a doctoral candidate at the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, her research interests are focused on the occupations of persons experiencing chronic homelessness. She has mentored students both within her own clinical practice, and in role emergent placements. Carrie is regularly involved in the education of students not only through clinical fieldwork placements, but also as a teaching assistant in the Queen's MSc OT program. Carrie firmly believes that the challenge of providing education both helps her to expand on her own knowledge, as well as grow personally as a therapist.
Physical Therapy Award Winner - Phil Edmunds
Phil has owned and operated Huronia Physiotherapy and Chiropractic Clinic for over 20 years, located on beautiful Georgian Bay in Midland, ON. Phil has passion for the outdoors and for clinical teaching in his practice for Queen's University. He is honoured to receive this year's Clinical Education Award in Physical Therapy and thanks all those involved in the program for their work and support.