Congratulations to Joy MacDermid featured in the McMaster Daily News article entitled: "New research chairs to put gender differences under the microscope". The Canadian Institutes of Health Research has awarded Chairs to Allison Williams and Joy MacDermid, who will explore gender issues from very different perspectives. Click here for more details.
Congratulations to Lorie Shimmell and Sue Baptiste who were awarded a $5,000 Forward with Integrity grant. Congratulations to Vickie Galea and collegues who were also awarded a $5,000 Forward with Integrity grant...learn more.Brenda Vrkljan was featured in the news, click here to view article.Congratulations to Cheryl Missiuna, Nancy Pollock and colleagues who received funding from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to implement and evaluate "Partnering for Change", an evidence-based model of OT service delivery in school settings...learn more.Carol DeMatteo and colleagues have received $146,802 over two years for their project that will look at rehabilitation in slow to recover kids after concussion. Carol's group will provide the control groups...learn more.
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Welcome to the McMaster University School of Rehabilitation Science. Established in 1989, The School of Rehabilitation Science provides exemplary, self-directed, problem-based educational programs, all at the graduate level.
The School has 29 university and 200 clinical and professional faculty and associate faculty members who provide clinical placements, tutoring and teaching.
Small group tutorials consisting of six or seven students and a faculty member provide opportunities to explore clinical cases and professional issues based on the philosophies of the concept known world-wide as the "McMaster Approach".
Through their excellence in problem-based education and collaborative research, the faculty and staff are continually acknowledged for their ongoing contributions to the advancement of Rehabilitation Science and Health Care.
Faculty within the School of Rehabilitation Science are acknowledged throughout Canada and internationally as leaders in Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Research. Learn More...
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