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School of Rehabilitation Therapy members working to advance primary care

Contributed by: Dr. Jordan Miller, SRT Faculty

In January, I will have been a faculty member in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy for two years. Some days it feels like I have been here for many years and other days it feels like I have just arrived.

School of Rehabilitation Therapy members working to advance primary care.

School of Rehabilitation Therapy members working to advance primary care

Submitted by: Jordan Miller, SRT Faculty

In January, I will have been a faculty member in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy for two years. Some days it feels like I have been here for many years and other days it feels like I have just arrived.

‘Remember When?’

by Physical Therapy Program faculty members Professor Diana Hopkins-Rosseel and Dr. Lucie Pelland.

Launching the Academic Year

Dr. Marcia Finlayson
Vice Dean – Health Sciences
Director – School of Rehabilitation Therapy

Rehabilitation Science PhD Student Receives CIHR Doctoral Research Award

On April 17th, 2018, Kyle Vader, incoming PhD student in the Rehabilitation Science Program, was awarded a Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). CIHR Doctoral Research Awards are valued at $105 000 over three years and include a $30,000 trainee stipend and $5,000 research allowance per annum.

Enhancing Quality of Care for Older Adults with Long-Term Care Needs: My 'Dream' Job (and a bit about how I got there)!

Contributed by Julie Lapenskie, MScAH'17

There are not a lot of gerontology/aging-specific graduate programs out there - particularly in Ontario. As someone with an unwavering passion for gerontology and health, I wanted an MSc program that specifically targeted this field.

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