MSc OT (Post-Professional)
Please note--I am on sabbatical until July 1, 2022 but remain active in student supervision and research. Please use email to contact me.
Dr. Denise DuBois is an applied occupational therapy/science researchers with a clinical background in child and adult mental health and disability. In both her clinical and academic work, she has enacted collaborative, family-centric approaches. Dr. DuBois earned her PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences with a Collaborative Specialization in Public Health Policy from the University of Toronto in 2020. Dr. DuBois is also a military spouse and sits on the Board of Directors for the Kingston Military Family Resource Centre. Email: email@example.com
Dr. Kamaldeep Gill is a post-doctoral fellow working with Dr. Heidi Cramm at Queen’s University, School of Rehabilitation Therapy. She recently completed her PhD at the University of British Columbia, focusing on neuroanatomical differences in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and investigating neuro-rehabilitation evidence for a best-practice intervention for children with DCD. She is also a registered occupational therapist, completing her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2016 at the University of Alberta. Dr. Gill has clinical experience working with children, young adults, and families with mental health concerns and/or developmental disabilities. Dr. Gill will be lead on research related to the Surviving Spouses Program that Wounded Warriors Canada has developed. As a military spouse herself, this project holds great meaning and value to her. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick is a post-doctoral fellow in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and adjunct faculty member in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies. His research focusses around on improving rehabilitation services for Canadian Armed Forces Veterans living with pain. His current projects include evaluating the experiences and outcomes of aquatic therapy for Canadian Armed Forces Veterans living with chronic pain. He is supported by a Mitacs Post-doctoral Fellowship with Industry Partner Hydrathletics and is supervised by Drs. Heidi Cramm and Jordan Miller. Email: email@example.com
Dr. Janette Leroux (on leave).
Ashley completed her undergraduate degree at Memorial University in 2009 and her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy at Queen’s University in 2014. She is a registered occupational therapist with experience team-based primary care in Ontario. Ashley's research interests include military-to-civilian transition, team-based primary care, and military/Veteran family health.
Shannon completed her undergraduate degree at Trent University in 2014, her Bachelor of Education degree at Queen's University in 2015 and her Master of Education degree at Queen's University in 2017. She has been certified teacher in Ontario since 2015 and is qualified in the Intermediate and Senior divisions. Shannon's current research is looking to better understand and support the school transitions of military-connected adolescents following a relocation.
Rachel Richmond has a background in Kinesiology and Community Health from Brock University, where she specialized in understanding the self-management behaviours of persons with chronic pain. This understanding of self-management behaviours led her to consider populations with risky and demanding professions such as public safety personnel. Her research interests lie in understanding the experiences of public safety personnel and their families. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lauren Roberts recently graduated with a Master's of Science in Rehabilitation Science with Dr. Cramm. Her research interests include veterans and their families and the effects of participation in sporting competitions.
Sara completed her undergraduate degree at Bishop’s University in 2007 and her master’s degree in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Carleton University in 2016. Sara’s research interests include inmate health and well-being and the experiences and impacts of incarceration on family members, including physical health, mental health, well-being, and stigma.
Shauna completed her undergraduate degree at McMaster University in 2010 in Life Sciences and Psychology and her masters degree in Occupational Therapy at Queen's University in 2013. She is currently a manager with the Canadian Mental Health Association and leads programming to enhance community engagement to support neighbourhood well-being. Shauna's research interests include community mental health and the role of citizenship and belonging in combating loneliness.
Michael MacDonald (on leave).