One of the strategic priorities of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy is to make meaningful contributions to the work of our collaborators locally, nationally and internationally. Today we are very pleased to announce that we have made a major step towards meeting this goal through a 10 year, USD$24.2 million partnership with Ethiopia’s University of Gondar and The MasterCard Foundation’s Scholars Program.
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
A week to recognize and reflect on mental health efforts
Queen’s Gazette – Monday, May 4, 2015