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Queen’s OT Program Hosts Community Development Forum

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.

 

Unique Lifestyle with Unique Needs

Unique Lifestyle with Unique Needs
Queen’s Gazette – May 6, 2015 – By Rosie Hales, Communications Officer

Announcing the 2015 Functional Anatomy Boot-Camp!

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.

Rehabilitation Therapy Student Society – A Year in Review

Contributed by MJ Essau, MSc OT Candidate, 2015
Rehabilitation Therapy Student Society President, 2014-2015

Journal pushes boundaries of military health research

Journal pushes boundaries of military health research
Wednesday April 15, 2015
By Rosie Hales, Communications Officer

Dr. Rory Cooper – Visiting Scholar & Public Lecture

Queen’s School of Rehabilitation Therapy is pleased to announce that, with support from the Principal’s Development Fund, it will host Dr. Rory Cooper as a Visiting Scholar in April, 2015.

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