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Opportunity Knocks

Contributed By: Jenna Nodding, PT’10

If we choose to be open to it, opportunity is everywhere. Each person we interact with has something to teach us. The mindset we choose determines how we respond to challenges, either as moments of growth and learning, or moments of constriction. Throughout our life opportunities come our way, sometimes we need to lean into the uncertainty.

Gael’s Physiotherapy Students Spread Love on Valentine’s Day

The month of February is a time of love and provides an opportunity to tell those in our lives how much they mean to us. The month of February also includes several important days of recognition: International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation on February 6, International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, World day of Social Justice on February 20, and International Mother Language Day on February 21[1].

Job ID# 1392 - Keewaytinook Okimakanak Health

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (1 FTE POSITION)

Primary Duties:
Responsible for the assessment, treatment and consultation services required as part of the KO and community Child First Team serving children from birth to 18 years of age with developmental delay or disabilities. Reports directly to the Health Director.

- To conduct occupational therapy
- Keep accurate and timely records
- Generalize intervention strategies to all natural environments

Professor Emerita
Is it really almost February?

Is it really almost February? What happened to January? When I look back on the month, I realize now that I had a whole series of flow experiences during which I used my knowledge and skills to their full capacity, became totally engaged and fully invested in what I was doing, and ultimately lost track of time[1]. Flow is a construct described by psychologist Csikszentmihalyi. It occurs when one is so entirely immersed in an experience or activity that sense of time is lost.

Scientific Director of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR)
Looking Forward To Accepting Our First Students In The New Doctor of Science In Rehabilitation And Health Leadership

Through the spring and fall of 2017, the School of Rehabilitation Therapy received all of the necessary approvals from Queen’s Senate, Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance, and the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development to launch a new innovative doctoral-level program. The Doctor of Science in Rehabilitation and Health Leadership (DSc RHL) is the first of its kind at Queen’s University. Our first cohort of students will begin their studies on May 1st, 2018.

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