Prof. Diana Hopkins-Rosseel

DEC (Sciences Humaines), BSc(PT), MSc(RHBS), Clinical Specialist (CRPT)

Accepting MSc students in these areas of research:
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • Chronic Disease Prevention & Management

Prof. Diana Hopkins-Rosseel Contact information:

Louise D. Acton Building, Room 211
Internal telephone extension: 36096
External telephone: 613-533-6096
e-mail: hopkinsd@queensu.ca

Books:

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Neidhardt Coombs, W., Trimble, E., & Yardley, T. "The Business of Healthcare: An integrated guide to building an outstanding clinical practice" (in press, FriesenPress, Victoria, BC).

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Roulston, B. "Business in Clinical Practice: How to Get There from
Here." Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Press, Toronto, July, 2007.

Peer Reviewed Publications:

Lacombe , SP.; LaHaye , SA.; Hopkins-Rosseel, D; Ball, D; Lau, W.‘ Identifying Patients at Low Risk for Activity-Related Events: the RARE Score’; Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention 2014; 34:1-8.

Lahaye SA, Lacombe SP, Koppikar S, Lun G, Parsons TL, Hopkins-Rosseel D. ‘High and low contact frequency cardiac rehabilitation programmes elicit similar improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness and cardiovascular risk factors.’. Eur J Prev Cardiol. 2013 Jul 4; DOI: 10.1177/2047487313497604.   http://cpr.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/07/04/2047487313497604

Baker, C., Medves, J., Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Pulling, C.,  & Turner, C. Evaluation of a Simulation-based Interprofessional Educational Module on Adult Suctioning using Action Research. (Accepted by the Journal of Research in Interprofessional Education (JRIPE), July, 2011).

Wilson, N., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Lusty, C. & Averns, H., Hopman, W. Draping Education to Promote Patient Dignity: Canadian Physiotherapy Student and Instructor Perceptions. (Accepted by Physiotherapy Canada, September, 2011).

Luctkar-Flude, M., Baker, C., Pulling,C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Medves, J. The Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Educational Module on Adult Suctioning Using Human Patient Simulation. (submitted to The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, September, 2010).

Baker, C., Pulling, C., McGraw, R., Dagnone J.D., Hopkins-Rosseel,D., and Medves J. Simulation in inter-professional education for patient-centred collaborative care. Journal of Advanced Nursing; 64(4): 372-9; 2008.  (doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2008.04798.x).

Reid,W.D., Kelm,C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Brooks,D. The Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implications for Physiotherapists. Physiotherapy Canada (May 24, 2007). 59(3): 1-11.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiovascular Prevention in a High Risk Sport, Ice Hockey: Applications in Wider Sports Physical Therapy Practice. North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy; 1(4): 187-194; December 2006.

Book Chapters:

Lowensteyn, I, Clark, A. and Hopkins-Rosseel, D. (2009) Section IV: Chapter 15 Research
Opportunities in Cardiac Rehabilitation. in Stone, J and Arthur, H. (ed/s.) 'Canadian Guidelines for Cardiac Rehabilitation and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: Research Opportunities in
Cardiac Rehabilitation
.' (pp. 519-525). Winnipeg, MN: Canadian Association
of Cardiac Rehabilitation.
Hopkins-Rosseel, D. (2009) Chapter 8: 'Business Plan.' In McColl, M.A., Dickenson, J. (ed/s.) 'Inter-Professional Primary Health Care: Assembling the Pieces. A Framework to Build you Practice in Primary Health Care' (pp. 61-67). Ottawa, ON: CAOT Publications ACE.

Published Abstracts and Conference Proceedings:

Hopkins-Rosseel D and Parsons T. ‘Cardiac Rehabilitation as the Paradigm for the Management of End-Stage Kidney Disease: A Case Report.’ Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; 2014; (65) Supplement1.

Marian Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Jones, C., Pulling, C., Gauthier, Knapp, A. Pinchin, S. ‘Using Standardized Patients to Enhance Interprofessional Infection Control Education for Prelicensure Physiotherapy, Nursing and Medical Students’. Simulation in healthcare: Journal of the Society for Medical Simulation; 8(6) (p 462); December 2013. DOI: 10.1097/01.SIH.0000441466.40239.56.

LaHaye, Stephen A, Lacombe, Shawn P, Ball, David, Hopkins-Rosseel, Diana ‘Identifying patients at low-risk for activity related events: the R.A.R.E. score’. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention; September/October 2013: 33(5), p 340–345. doi: 10.1097/01.HCR.0000434048.20368.9d www.jcrpjournal.com

HopkinsRosseel D, Wat J, Cooke M, Patel Z, Zaidi L, Shalchi M. ‘Behavioural Modification in Cardiac Rehabilitation: An Interprofessional Counselling Approach to Nutritional Outcomes’; Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013. 65: Supplement1/2013) (p.5). DOI: 10.3138/physio.65.supp.

HopkinsRosseel D, Attwood K, Karson K, Lee K. ‘Physical Effects of Patient Isolation Due to Infection Control Practices’; Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013. 65: Supplement1/2013) (p.1). DOI: 10.3138/physio.65.supp.

Coombs W. and HopkinsRosseel D. ‘The Dynamic business plan: Being strategic to optimize business decisions’. Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013. 65: Supplement1/2013) (p.148). DOI: 10.3138/physio.65.supp.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Larsen, T; Parsons, T.L., Evans, C. ‘Chronic Disease Prevention and Management: Do Physiotherapists Have a Role?’ Ontario Physiotherapy Association, InterACTION 2013, Niagara Falls, ON; March, 2013.

Marian Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Jones, C., Pulling, C., Gauthier, J., Knapp, A. and Pinchin, S. ‘Interprofessional infection control education using standardized patients: An intermediate level module for prelicensure nursing, medical and physiotherapy students’. Simulation in healthcare: Journal of the Society for Medical Simulation; 2012; 7(6), p 402.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Carson, S., Graham, J., Hopman, W. &, Parsons, T. ‘Comparing the Impact of On-Site Versus Community-Based Exercise on Aerobic Capacity and Anthropometric Measures at a Local Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre’. Physiotherapy Canada; July 13, 2012. 64: Supplement1/2012) (p.17) 10.3138/physio.64.supp.

Hopkins-Rosseel D, Bergsma K, Van Bavel C. ‘Development of A Physiotherapy Entry-Level Cardiorespiratory Curriculum Model: Phase I – A Systematic Review of The Literature’. Physiotherapy Canada; July 13, 2012. 64: Supplement1/2012) (p.11) 10.3138/physio.64.supp.

Parsons, T.L., DeYoung, M., Hopkins-Rosseel D., LaHaye, S., and Hopman, W. Evaluating the cardiac rehabilitation paradigm in the management of cardiovascular risk in patients with chronic kidney disease. Canadian Journal of Cardiology Sept. 2011; Vol. 27, Issue 5, Supplement, Pages S112-S113. doi:10.1016/j.cjca.2011.07.097

Parsons, T.L., Nelson, F., Wakefield, K., Hopkins-Rosseel D., LaHaye, S., and
Hopman, W. The prevelance of cererbrovascular disease amongst cardiac rehabilitation participants and its impact on outcome. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation & Prevention. 31(5):E1-E9, September/October 2011.   doi: 10.1097/HCR.0b013e31822e25f4 

Hopkins-Rosseel D.
, Lucktar-Flude M., Pulling C., Mcgraw R., Medves J., Baker C. Development of an Interprofessional Educational Module on Infection Control Using High-Fidelity Patient Simulation. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2011, Amsterdam, Holland; June 22, 2011. Podium-Poster Session.

Hopkins-Rosseel D.
, Lucktar-Flude M., Pulling C., Mcgraw
R., Medves J., Baker C. High Fidelity Simulation in Physiotherapy Education: How Do We Use It and Should We Use It? World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2011, Amsterdam, Holland; June 21, 2011. Podium.

Wilson, N., Lusty, C. Averns, H. and Hopkins-Rosseel, DDraping During the Physical Examination - Learning and Teaching. Medical Education, Special Issue: Vol. 45: Issue Supplement s1 © Blackwell Publishing Ltd; May 2011. | DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2011.04002.x

Hopkins-Rosseel D, Kasdan P. Why is the Security of Your Practice so Critical: Practical Knowledge and Approaches to Avoiding Security Breaches. Physio10 Abstracts: A Supplement to Physiotherapy Canada. 2010; 62:25-26. [DOI:10.3138/ptc.62.supp]

Wilson N, Hopkins-Rosseel D. Draping Education to Promote Patient dignity:
Canadian Physiotherapy Student and Instructor Perceptions. Physio10 Abstracts: A Supplement to Physiotherapy Canada. 2010;
62:20. [DOI:10.3138/ptc.62.supp]

Andreoli A, Hopkins-Rosseel D, Schneider K, Sran M. Patient safety - Where do we draw the lines in clinical practice? An Evidence-Based Inter-Divisional Knowledge Translation Symposium. Physio10 Abstracts: A Supplement to Physiotherapy Canada. 2010; 62:53. [DOI:10.3138/ptc.62.supp]

Hopkins-Rosseel D, McLean L, Pearson N, Woodhouse L. Increasing Physical Activity and Exercise Tolerance in People with Compromised Health -  An Evidence-Based Physiotherapy Roundtable. Physio10 Abstracts: A Supplement to Physiotherapy Canada. 2010; 62:53. [DOI:10.3138/ptc.62.supp]

Kunanithy V, LaHaye S, Ball D, Tucker CE, Girvan M, Cunningham GJ, Hopkins-Rosseel D. Impact of an internet based wait time management system on the timeliness of access to cardiac rehabilitation. Canadian Cardiovascular Society Conference; Edmonton, Alberta; The Canadian Journal of Cardiology; 62nd Annual Meeting of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society Abstracts; Volume 25 (#763); Supplement SB; Oct 2009. [http://www.pulsus.com/ccc2009/abs/632.htm]

Hopkins-Rosseel D, Aiken, A. Enhanced professional skills instruction through the integration of patient/client management software across the curriculum. Physiotherapy Canada: Published Abstracts (AS 045); Vol. 61:23. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta, May 2009. [10.3138/physio.61.abstracts.2009.5]

Hopkins-Rosseel D, Pulling C, McGraw RC, Luctkar-Flude, M., Baker, C, Medves J, Culham E, Tomalty L Interprofessional health education through patient high fidelity simulation: Suctioning module. Physiotherapy Canada: Published Abstracts (AS 050); Vol. 61: 23. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta, 2009. [10.3138/physio.61.abstracts.2009.5]

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., King-VanVlack, C. E., Hallman, S., Wilson, J. Stages of Change Assessment of Individuals Entering An Ambulatory Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation & Prevention. 27(5):345, September/October 2007.  [doi: 10.1097/01.HCR.0000291378.29515.8a]

Hopkins-Rosseel, D A Single Case Study in the Implementation of a Behavioural Modification Manual in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre. Physiotherapy Canada: Published Abstracts (#2734); Vol. 93: (S1) S337. World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) Conference, Vancouver, BC; June 5, 2007.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D
 Teaching Business in Rehabilitation Curricula: Community Business Advisor's and Student's Perceptions. Physiotherapy Canada: Published Abstracts (#05-10); Vol. 93: (S1) S781. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Conference, Vancouver, BC; June 6, 2007.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. A behavioural modification approach to physiotherapy: The next step. Published Abstracts P132: pp.8. Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) Congress, Saint John, NB; June 31, 2006.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.,Landry, M. Developing a business plan: Scratching the surface. Published Abstracts P133: pp.8. CPA Congress, Saint John, NB; July 1, 2006.

Maffey L, Emery CA, Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Prevention in practice - An inter-divisional workshop. (Cardiovascular Disease)  Published Abstracts P87: pp.5. CPA Congress, Saint John, NB; July 1, 2006.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Teaching business in rehabilitation. Published Abstracts AS 68: pp.20. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Victoria, BC; May, 2005.

Berry, E., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiorespiratory physiotherapeutic assessment and treatment interventions for bronchiolitis in the paediatric population. A resource manual and teaching tool.  Published Abstracts AL120: pp.11. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Victoria, BC; May, 2005.

Reports/Professional Publications:

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Target Your Heart: A Behavioural Modification Education Series. Allan Graphics, Kingston, ON; 2008.

Invited Speaker:

Invited Presenter: At the invitation of Senator Kelvin K. Ogilvie, Chair of Research Canada’s Health Research Caucus on Parliament Hill and the Board of Directors of Research Canada, Canada’s Health Research Caucus on Cardiac Research and Heart Health representing the theme: ‘Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease’; May 6, 2013, Ottawa, ON.

Clinical Specialist Panel Member: Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s ‘Ask a Clinical Specialist’; CPA Congress, May, 2013, Montreal, QC

Kasdan, P. and Hopkins-Rosseel, D ‘Practice Management Systems: Data Mining for Evidence-Based Decision Making.’ Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, London; UK 2012. United Kingdom Annual Congress, Liverpool, England; October 13, 2012. On-line video: http://www.csp.org.uk/news-events/events/physiotherapy-uk-2012/cpd-videos-physiotherapy-uk-2012 .

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiac Rehabilitation: State of the 'Art'. Lennox and Addington General Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre Grand Opening Ceremonies. Napanee, Ontario; June 20, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Luctkar-Flude, M., and Stevenson, R. ‘Suctioning Skills for Health Care Professionals: Teaching shared competencies using high-fidelity simulation’, Ontario Respiratory Care Society (ORCS), Eastern Ontario Region Annual Conference: ‘Current and Evolving Best Practices in Respiratory Health’; June 7, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. ‘Cardiorespiratory Clinical Practice: Integration into all clinical placement experiences’. Annual Fieldwork Liaison Committee Meeting, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Queen’s University; Donald Gordon Centre, June 14, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel D. ‘Prescribing Physical Activity to Patients’. Annual Physicians’ ‘Therapeutics+’ CPD Program; Continuing Professional Development Office, Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen’s University; 23 May, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel D., Luctkar-Flude, M., Pulling C., McGraw R.C., Baker, C, Medves J., Culham E. & Tomalty, L. Teaching a High Risk Skill Using High Fidelity simulation: Suctioning as a Shared Competency. Ontario Respiratory Care Society of the Ontario Lung Association's Annual Better Breathing Conference; Toronto, ON, January 29, 2011.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.,
Tucker, C. & Girvan, M. The Heart of Exercise: Measurement, Prescription and Outcomes. Diabetes Education & Management Centre of Hotel Dieu Hospital Annual Conference 'The Heart of Diabetes'; Kingston, ON; Friday, September 24, 2010.

Andreoli A, Hopkins-Rosseel D, Schneider K, Sran M. Patient safety - Where do we draw the lines in clinical practice? An Evidence-Based Inter-Divisional Knowledge Translation Symposium. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress; St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010.

Hopkins-Rosseel D, McLean L, Pearson N, Woodhouse L. Increasing Physical Activity and Exercise Tolerance in People with Compromised Health - An Evidence-Based Physiotherapy Roundtable. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress; St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Developing cardiovascular exercise parameters in a rehab setting. Stroke Strategy of Southeastern Ontario Conference: Designing Fitness Programs for Stroke Survivors in Rehabilitation & Community Settings; Kingston, ON; March 9, 2010.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Using evidence-based methods for behavioural modification: next steps.
Better Breathing Conference of the Ontario Lung Association; Toronto, January
31, 2009.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. The ABC's of ABG's. The Ontario Physiotherapy Association Conference, London, ON; March 27-29, 2009.

Hopkins-Rosseel,D ., Cunningham, G. Cardiac rehabilitation: Myth and misperception. Cardiac Sciences Conference; Kingston, ON; November 2009.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Cunningham, G., Shalchi, M. and Thomas, K. Cardiac Rehabilitation at Hotel Dieu Hospital. Nursing Grand Rounds and Nursing Education Rounds, Kingston, November & December 2008.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Using evidence-based methods for behavioural modification.  Better Breathing Conference of the Ontario Lung Association; January 31, 2008.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Leadership in Physiotherapy: How to create optimal employee engagement and productivity.  2008 International Business Summit; Webcast, October 17-19, 2008.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Marrs P., and Yardley, T. The leadership challenge. International Business Summit; Webcast October 17-19, 2008. Expert Panel Debater.

Trimble, E., Howdle, H., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Yardley, T. Uncovering the secrets of professional services marketing: What works and why some attempts to grow your practice don't. Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc. Conference June 2008; Ottawa, ON. Expert Panel Member.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. The Culture of Business in Rehabilitation Therapy. Creating a culture of learning: Clinical Education/Fieldwork Conference 2008; Queen's University School of Rehabilitation Therapy, June 18, 2008.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Cunningham, G., Shalchi, M., Thomas, K. Cardiac rehabilitation @ Hotel Dieu Hospital. Nursing Grand Rounds; Kingston, June 20, 2007.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiorespiratory practice update: A focus on critical care. Quinte Health Centre; Belleville January, 2007.

Maffey L, Emery CA, Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Prevention in practice - An inter-divisional workshop. (Cardiovascular Disease)  Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress; Saint John, NB; July 1, 2006.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D It's all about trend. Kingston Women's Network; March 2005

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Hockey and your heart. Kingston Hockey Old Boys League; Oct. 2, 2005.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Health and fitness prescription: Making a mountain out of a mole hill. Queen's University Later Life Learning (QUILL); Nov. 27, 2005.

Peer-Reviewed Presentations:

Luctkar-Flude, M., Wilson, R., Sears, K., Pulling, C., & Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Using standardized patients to enhance nursing student critical thinking related to assessment and care of patients receiving epidural analgesia. Annual Kingston Nursing Research Conference, Kingston, Ontario, March 2014.

Hopkins-Rosseel DH and Parsons TL. Cardiac Rehabilitation as the Paradigm for the Management of End-Stage Kidney Disease: A Case Report. Edmonton, AB. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Annual Congress. June 20th, 2014.

Larsen, T., Parsons, T., Mathur, S., and Diana Hopkins-Rosseel, D. ‘A pragmatic approach to exercise prescription in chronic disease: Exercise Testing in the Field’; Ontario Physiotherapy Association InterACTION 2014; Mississauga; March, 2014.

Luctkar-Flude, M, Hopkins-Rosseel, D Jones-Hiscock, C, Pulling, C, Gauthier, J, Knapp, A., Pinchin, S.Using standardized patients to enhance interprofessional infection control education for pre-licensure physiotherapy, nursing and medical students.’; 14th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH), 25-29 Jan., 2014, San Francisco, CA.

Luctkar-Flude, M., Wilson, R., Sears, K., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., & Pulling, C., & Development and evaluation of an epidural analgesia workshop for senior nursing students using standardized patients. Ontario Simulation Exposition 2013, Toronto, December, 2013.

Parsons T.L, Hopkins-Rosseel D.H., LaHaye S., Hopman W. The presence of chronic kidney disease may predict the achievement of a clinically meaningful improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness. Toronto, ON. Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology. Oct. 17-20th, 2013.

Parsons T.L, Hopkins-Rosseel D.H., LaHaye S., Hopman W. Evaluating the efficacy of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Paradigm for Chronic Kidney Disease: Does the presence of chronic kidney disease predict the achievement of a clinically meaningful improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness? Montreal, QC. Canadian Society of Nephrology. April 26-28, 2013. [poster]

LaHaye, Stephen A, Lacombe, Shawn P, Ball, David, Hopkins-Rosseel, D. ‘Identifying patients at low-risk for activity related events: the R.A.R.E. score’. Canadian Cardiovascular Conference Vasculaire, October 17, 2013, Montreal, Canada.

Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Jones-Hiscock, C., Pulling, C., Gauthier, J., Knapp, A., & Pinchin, S. ‘Interprofessional infection control education for pre-licensure nursing, medical and physiotherapy students using standardized patients’. Annual Kingston Nursing Research Conference, Kingston, Ontario, March 2013.

HopkinsRosseel D, Wat J, Cooke M, Patel Z, Zaidi L, Shalchi M. ‘Behavioural Modification in Cardiac Rehabilitation: An Interprofessional Counselling Approach to Nutritional Outcomes’; Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013.

HopkinsRosseel D, Attwood K, Karson K, Lee K. ‘Physical Effects of Patient Isolation Due to Infection Control Practices’; Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013.

Coombs W., HopkinsRosseel D. ‘The Dynamic business plan: Being strategic to optimize business decisions’. Physiotherapy Canada; Abstracts, CPA Congress; May 23-26, 2013.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Larsen, T; Parsons, T.L., Evans, C. ‘Chronic Disease Prevention and Management: Do Physiotherapists Have a Role?’ Ontario Physiotherapy Association, InterACTION 2013, Niagara Falls, ON; March, 2013.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. and Kasdan, P. ‘Practice Management Systems: Data Mining for Evidence-Based Decision Making’. Interdivisional Review (IDR: Technology and Physiotherapy Practice; Canadian Physiotherapy Association, January 2013: Vol. 26. [ http://orthodiv.org/journal/IDR/index.php ].

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Parsons, T.L. and Smith, K.N. ‘Living with Renal Disease: A Case History’. School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Rehabilitation Seminar Series; 1 November, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Bergsma, K. and Van Bavel, C. Development of a physiotherapy entry-level cardiorespiratory curriculum model: Phase I - a systematic review of the literature. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Saskatoon, SK; June, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Carson, S., Graham, J., Hopman, W. &, Parsons, T. Comparing the Impact of On-Site Versus Community-Based Exercise on Aerobic Capacity and Anthropometric Measures at a Local Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Saskatoon, SK; June, 2012.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Bergsma, K. and Van Bavel, C. Development of a physiotherapy entry-level cardiorespiratory curriculum model. Ontario Physiotherapy Association Conference InterACTION, Toronto, ON; March, 2012.

Parsons, T.L., DeYoung, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., LaHaye, S., and Hopman, W. Evaluating the cardiac rehabilitation paradigm in the management of cardiovascular risk in patients with chronic kidney disease. Canadian Cardiovascular Society Congress, October 23, 2011; Vancouver, BC.  Podium

Parsons, T.L., Nelson, F., Wakefield, K.,Hopkins-Rosseel, D., LaHaye, S., and Hopman, W. The prevelance of cererbrovascular disease amongst cardiac rehabilitation participants and its impact on outcome. Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation Conference, October 22-23, 2011; Vancouver, BC. Poster.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Lucktar-Flude M., Pulling C., Mcgraw
R., Medves J., Baker C. Development of an Interprofessional Educational Module on Infection Control Using High-Fidelity Patient Simulation. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2011, Amsterdam, Holland; June 22, 2011. Podium-Poster Session.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.,Lucktar-Flude M., Pulling C., Mcgraw R., Medves J., Baker C. High Fidelity Simulation in Physiotherapy Education: How Do We Use It and Should We Use It? World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2011, Amsterdam, Holland; June 21, 2011. Podium.

Wilson, N., Lusty, C. Averns, H. and Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Draping During the Physical Examination - Learning and Teaching. Canadian Conference on Medical Education 2011; Toronto, May 9, 2011. Facilitated poster.
Hopkins-Rosseel, D. 'Business in practice': 4 weekly interactive on-line sessions hosted by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists; (January 11th through February 8th, 2011.) (Webcast)

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Kasdan, P.  'Why is the security of your practice so critical? Practical knowledge and approaches to avoiding security breaches.' Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., McLean,L.,Pearson,N.,Woodhouse,L.; Emery, C. (Moderator)Increasing physical activity and exercise tolerance in people with compromised health - An evidence-based physiotherapy roundtable.' Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010.

Andreoli, A., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Schneider, K., Sran, M.; Emery, C. (Moderator)Patient safety - Where do we draw the lines in clinical practice? An evidence-based Inter-Divisional knowledge translation symposium.' Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010.

Wilson N, Hopkins-Rosseel D. Draping Education to Promote Patient dignity: Canadian Physiotherapy Student and Instructor Perceptions. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, St. John's, Newfoundland; July 2010. Poster.

Luctkar-Flude, M., Baker, C., Pulling, C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., McGraw, R., Medves, J. & Tomalty, L. Enhancing patient welfare through interprofessional health education using high-fidelity patient simulation: Development of an infection control module.  Nursing Research Conference, Kingston, May 2010. Poster.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Pulling, C., Luctkar-Flude, M.,& Baker, C. Enhancing patient welfare:  Evaluation of an interprofessional suctioning educational module using high-fidelity  patient simulation. Nursing Research Conference, Kingston, May 2010. Poster.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. High-Fidelity Simulation in Physiotherapy Education: How do We Use It and Should We Use It?; Ontario Physiotherapy Conference 'Celebrate', Toronto, ON; March 27, 2010. Podium.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. 'Business in practice': 4 weekly interactive on-line sessions hosted by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists; January 19th through February 9th, 2010. (Webcast)

Luctkar-Flude, M.F., Hopkins-Rosseel, D.H., Baker, C., Pulling, C., McGraw, R.C., Medves, J., & Tomalty, L. Evaluation of an interprofessional education module on infection control using high-fidelity patient simulation. Ontario Interprofessional Health Collaborative IPE Ontario 2010 conference, Toronto, Ontario, January 2010. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Pulling, C., Lucktar-Flude, M., Baker, C. Interprofessional suctioning education using high-fidelity patient simulation. Ontario Respiratory Care Society Better Breathing Conference; Toronto, Ontario, January 29, 2010. Oral poster

Luctkar-Flude, M., Pulling, C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Tomalty, L., Baker, C. & Culham, E., McGraw, B.; 'Development of an interprofessional educational module on infection control using high-fidelity patient simulation. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare; Phoenix, Arizona; January 23-27, 2010. Podium.

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Aiken, A. Enhanced professional skills instruction through the integration of patient/client management software across the curriculum.  Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta, June 2009. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel D.H., Pulling C, McGraw RC, Luctkar-Flude, M., Baker, C, Medves J, Culham E, Tomalty L. Interprofessional health education through patient high fidelity simulation: Suctioning module. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta, June 2009. Podium

Puri, C., Bartlett, D., Miller, C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Miller, P. And Swain, L. Clinical reflection tools: One part of the evaluation of clinical physiotherapist specialists in Canada. Engaging Reflection in Health Professional Education and Practice., London, ON; May 15-19. Poster

Pulling, C., McGraw, R., Luctkar-flude, M., dagnone, D., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., & Baker, C. Queen's University Simulation: Focus on Interprofessional Learning. NaHSSA 5th Annual Conference, Kingston, ON; March 21, 2009. Podium.

Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. and Stevenson, R. Development of interprofessional guidelines for simulation-based education. METI HPSN09 [Human Patient Simulation Network] Conference, Tampa, Florida; March 17-19, 2009. Podium

Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. and Stevenson, R. Development of interprofessional simulation scenarios on adult suctioning. METI HPSN09 [Human Patient Simulation Network] Conference, Tampa, Florida; March 17-19, 2009. Podium

Luctkar-Flude, M., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. and Baker, C. Developing, implementing and integrating interprofessional educational modules using patient simulation. Ontario Interprofessional Health Collaborative: IPE Ontario Conference 2009, Toronto, ON; January 18-21, 2009. Podium

Baker C,  Luctkar-Flude M,  Pulling C,  Hopkins-Rosseel D, Medves J. The development of interprofessional guidelines for interprofessional, simulation-based educational modules. The Sigma Theta Tau 19th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based Practice, July 2008; Singapore, Republic of Singapore. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D; Adeodu, I.,Kumar, A.C., Lee, M., Lysaght, R.  Cultural competence in healthcare professional programs: A systematic review of the literature. Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc. Conference June 2008; Ottawa, ON. Podium

Emery, C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Whittmeier, K.,  Woodhouse, L. Obesity: A family affair. An evidence-based interdivisional workshop.  Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc. Conference June 2008;Ottawa, ON. Workshop

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Starting a private practice: Dissecting the steps. Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc. Conference June 2008;Ottawa, ON. Workshop

Hopkins-Rosseel, D, Hallman, S, Wilson, J, King Van Vlack, C. Stages of change assessment of individuals entering an ambulatory cardiac rehabilitation center. Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation/Canadian Cardiovascular Society Annual Conference; Québec City, Québec; Oct 23, 2007. Poster

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. A single case study in the implementation of a behavioural modification manual in a cardiac rehabilitation centre. World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) Conference, Vancouver, BC; June 5, 2007. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Teaching business in rehabilitation curricula: Community business advisor's and student's perceptions. World Confederation of Physical Therapy Conference, Vancouver, BC; June 6, 2007. Poster

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Business in clinical practice: It starts and finishes with a plan. Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists Conference 2007; St. John's, Newfoundland; July 10, 2007. Pre-conference workshop.

Girvan, M., Tucker, C., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Physiotherapy in cardiac rehabilitation. Ontario Physiotherapy Association Conference, Toronto, ON; March, 2007. Workshop

Hopkins-Rosseel, D.H., Landry, M.D. Developing a business plan: Scratching the surface. February 6, 2007. Teleconference

Hallman, S, Wilson, J, King Van Vlack, Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Stages of change assessment of individuals entering an ambulatory cardiac rehabilitation center. Cardiac Sciences Conference, Nov 3, 2006; Kingston, ON. Poster

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. A behavioural modification approach to physiotherapy: The next step. Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) Congress, Saint John, NB; June 31, 2006. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D
., Landry, M. Developing a business plan: Scratching the surface"; CPA Congress, Saint John, NB; July 1, 2006. Podium  

Maffey L, Emery CA, Hopkins-Rosseel, D.  Prevention in practice - an inter-divisional workshop.  CPA Congress, Saint John, NB; July 1, 2006. Podium  

Hopkins-Rosseel, D, Cunningham, G, Brander, R. Cardiac rehabilitation update. Rehabilitation Department Inservice (5 sites) SMOL Site February 2005.

Berry, E., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiorespiratory physiotherapeutic assessment and treatment interventions for bronchiolitis in the paediatric population. A resource manual and teaching tool.  Better Breathing Conference; Toronto, ON; February, 2005. Poster

Hopkins-Rosseel, D., Weinacht, K., Hawn, T. Demystifying cardiorespiratory techniques in hospital based settings: A case based approach. Ontario Physiotherapy Association. Conference, Kingston, ON; April, 2005. Podium

Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Teaching business in rehabilitation. Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Victoria, BC; May, 2005. Podium

Berry, E., Hopkins-Rosseel, D. Cardiorespiratory physiotherapeutic assessment and treatment interventions for bronchiolitis in the paediatric population. A resource manual and teaching tool.  Canadian Physiotherapy Association Congress, Victoria, BC; May, 2005. Poster

Honours and Awards:

Alumni Achievement Award - Physical Therapy (June, 2013), University of Toronto Alumni Association.

Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration –Volunteer Service Award 2013; 19-June-2013.

Nominated for the Teaching Excellence Award 2013, Ontario Physiotherapy Association.

Awarded Clinical Specialist (Cardiorespiratory) by the Physiotherapy Specialty Certification Board of Canada (PSCBC); June 2012.

Nominated for the Rehabilitation Therapy Society, Queen’s University, Blue Star Award for dedication to and excellence in teaching (2012).

CKWS and City of Kingston ‘Healthcare Hero’, segment aired March 21, 2012.

Canadian Diabetes Association Partnership Award awarded to the Centre for Obesity Research and Education (CORE) @ Queen’s University; Member of the CORE Council and Member of the CORE Research Committee; May, 2010.

Recipient, Award of Excellence, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, ON (Group Award to the Cardiac Rehabilitation Centre). 2009

Recipient, Ontario Physiotherapy Association's 'Special Award for Education'; June 2008.

Recipient, Canadian Physiotherapy Association's 'Silver Quill Award for Knowledge Translation' for "The Canadian Thoracic Society Recommendations for Management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Implications for Physiotherapists", Physiotherapy Canada, May
2007; June 2008.

Recipient,Certificate of Commendation, Queen's University, Alma Mater Society FRANK KNOX
Award for Excellence in Teaching. 2006

Recipient, Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators Recognition Award, Toronto, Ontario. 2003

Recipient, Faculty of Medicine Education Award for Teaching Excellence, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. 2002

Recipient, Certificate of Commendation, Frank Knox Award of Excellence in Teaching; Queen's University, Alma Mater Society, Kingston, ON. 2001

Recipient, Blue Star Teaching Award; Queen's University, School of Rehabilitation Therapy,
Kingston, ON. 2001

Recipient, Barbara Edwardson Lectureship for Excellence in Teaching, University of Western Ontario National Teaching Award, London, Ontario. 2000

Recipient, Faculty of Medicine Education Award for Teaching Excellence, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. 1997

Recipient, Ontario Physiotherapy Association Professional Recognition Award: Professional Contribution Internal; March 8, 1996; OPA Convention, London, Ontario, Canada.

Recipient, Blue Star Teaching Award; Queen's University, School of Rehabilitation Therapy, Kingston, Ontario. 1995

Recipient, Faculty of Medicine Education Award for Teaching Excellence, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario.1991