As the days shorten and the air becomes crisp, autumn brings with it fresh beginnings and an end to a busy summer for the School of Rehabilitation Therapy. During the summer months we welcomed new faculty, prepared for the upcoming academic year, launched new programs, and laid the groundwork for some exciting initiatives!
Just in time for Seniors’ Month in Ontario, Queen’s University received notice that its proposed programs in Aging and Health had been approved by the Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance. These new, executive-style programs – a Graduate Diploma (GDip), a Master of Science (MSc), and a PhD – will be housed in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and delivered by a multi-disciplinary group of faculty with backgrounds in occupational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, theology, urban planning, geography, family medicin
Contributed By: Dr. Kathleen Norman
On Thursday, April 16, 2015, the Queen’s Occupational Therapy Program was pleased to host a Community Development Forum to celebrate the work of occupational therapy (OT) students and local community partners. Community Development Fieldwork Coordinator Megan Edgelow, OT Program members, and the OT Class of 2015 welcomed more than 30 community members to the showcase of student work in the local region.
Registration is now open for this summer’s Functional Anatomy Boot-Camp, hosted by Queen’s School of Rehabilitation Therapy, taking place July 18th -19th. This year’s boot-camp will be the second of its kind, following the resounding success of last year’s event.