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Malcom Peat Lectureship Video

The Malcolm Peat Lectureship took place at Queen’s on October 10, 2019.
Dr. Rachel Thibeault discussed her work using CBR principles to support refugees in Ottawa.
A link to her presentation is available here: https://rehab.queensu.ca/icacbr/lectureship

The ICACBR would welcome suggestions for the October 2020 invited lecturer, suggestions can be emailed to Heather Aldersey at hma@queensu.ca.

AGHE PhD Student Story

Written By: Lynn Haslam-Larmer

Lynn worked as an acute care nurse practitioner in a large tertiary care centre in Toronto for over 15 years, but was looking for the ‘next step’ in her career.   She heard about the PhD in Aging & Health at Queen’s, and it seemed to be the right fit at the right time. She was one of the inaugural students when the PhD program opened in 2016, and is now embarking on her fourth year of the program.

OT Student Attends Indigenous Cultural Medicine Workshop

In the fall of 2018, I had the opportunity to participate in a Kairos blanket exercise facilitated by Vanessa McCourt from Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre (Kairos at Queen's). This participatory and experiential learning – about the history of colonization and its impact on Indigenous Peoples’ across Canada – was unlike anything I had been exposed to before.

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