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Queen’s School of Rehabilitation Therapy will host Rehabilitation Research Colloquium May 23-24th

On behalf of the planning committee, we are excited to announce that the School of Rehabilitation Therapy will host the 21st Annual Rehabilitation Research Colloquium. The theme for this year’s Colloquium is ‘Rehabilitation Along the Continuum: Re-Thinking the Possibilities for Rehabilitation Science.’

 

Another Successful On-site Intensive Event for the Aging and Health program

The Aging and Health program held its fourth annual spring on-site intensive event at the Donald Gordon Centre, April 5-7, 2019. The students in our largest yet master's cohort (pictured) renewed friendships in person after interacting online in courses since their initial meeting last August at their initial on-site intensive event. The master's students presented posters in their work to date for their project course, and oral presentations for their course in Evaluating Aging-Related Programs and Services.

Community-University Partnership Leads to Win-Win Scenario

Contributed by: Rosemary Lysaght, PhD & Nicole Bobbette, MSc (OT), PhD (candidate)

Leading the Way in Knowledge Translation to Advance Whole-Of-Community Suicide Prevention for Military Personnel, Veterans, and Public Safety Personnel

Contributed by: Dr. David Pedlar, Scientific Director of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research (CIMVHR)

Interdisciplinary team provides community stroke rehabilitation in the Champlain LHIN

Contributed by: Dr. Dorothy Kessler
Assistant Professor, Queen’s School of Rehabilitation Therapy

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