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Mary Law will be awarded a CAOT Life Membership at the annual conference taking place in Fredericton in May 2014!

Joyce Tryssenaar was the recipient of the Barbara Sexton Lectureship at Western's School of Occupational Therapy...learn more.

Vanina Dal Bello-Haas and her colleagues in Saskatchewan have been awarded funding from the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation for their project entitled, “Community and Research Alliance for Quality of Life in Older Adults (The QOL Team)”.  The funding, valued at $717,881, will run for three years.

Michelle Kho was interviewed on CHCH News and featured her research and how it will assist in fundraising efforts for St Joe’s ICU....Learn more

Several PT faculty and students received recognition and awards at the Ontario Physiotherapy Association's annual conference....Learn more.

Congratulations to Jenna Smith in the RS Program who was awarded the prestigious Vanier Scholarship. Jenna’s supervisor is Julie Richardson and her research focuses on  Bridging the Gap: Incorporating Exercise Evidence into Clinical Practice in Cancer Care.

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