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August 5, 2022
The CEDAR Brain Injury Lab is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow. Find out more about the details of the role.
August 4, 2022
This year’s Capstone Conference included thirty student projects, two invited speakers, and profound reflections on the meaning of occupation.
August 4, 2022
Dr. Julia Schmidt has been awarded a CIHR Project Grant to investigate the impact of peer support on people living with traumatic brain injury.
July 6, 2022
Dr. Suzanne Huot has a leading role on a successful SSHRC Partnership Grant.
July 6, 2022
We are refreshing our departmental photography on the OSOT website and in the OSOT quarterly newsletter, and we are holding an afternoon indoor photography shoot. Participants in the main shoot are also offered the opportunity to have outdoor professional headshots taken after the shoot (optional). Key details Date: Wednesday July 13 Time: 12:30pm-2:30pm (optional headshot session […]
June 29, 2022
Send your CV and cover letter by July 12 to be considered for a 2022-2023 GTA role.
June 20, 2022
Read more about the impact of this alumni-started bursary and consider helping to sustain its legacy.
June 15, 2022
In this profile, Rosemary Cheung (MOT 2020) describes her entry into clinical practice as a new OT.
June 13, 2022
Congratulations to our May graduates including from the Rehabilitation Sciences MSc and PhD programs and our MRSc program.
June 10, 2022
Read more about our new undergraduate course for UBC students, which starts in September.
June 9, 2022
Four special individuals from the Department were honoured at the 2022 Faculty of Medicine Academic Gowns and Emeriti Recognition Ceremony.
June 7, 2022
Read on to learn about Tessa Goldberger’s experience as a recent graduate (MOT 2020) in private care.
June 3, 2022
At their 2022 conference, CAOT honoured Drs. Mortenson and Zwicker with awards for their contributions to occupational therapy.
May 27, 2022
This year’s conference takes place on Tuesday, July 26. Find out more.
May 25, 2022
Read on to learn Erina’s advice for thriving as a new OT.
May 18, 2022
Erina’s story details her entry into clinical practice.
May 16, 2022
Read about the play’s innovative approach to learning, empathy and activism.
May 11, 2022
One of the cornerstones of our MOT program is fieldwork placements, in which students get to practise their clinical skills and build on their clinical reasoning for several weeks at a time under the supervision of our fieldwork educators. Without our clinical faculty, these placements would not be possible, and we are immensely grateful to […]
April 27, 2022
After four exemplary years of dedicated leadership of the Rehabilitation Science Online Programs (RSOP), Dr. Leslie Duran is stepping down as the Director of these important graduate programs. We are most grateful for Leslie’s creativity, calmness, and professionalism over these years as well as her sophisticated approach and attention to detail in the nuanced aspects of […]
April 25, 2022
The transition from being a full-time MOT student to working your very first job as an OT may seem daunting to those immersed in placements and classwork: the demands of new roles in OT are different, the learning curve can be steep, and the expectations that we place on ourselves can be overwhelming. We sat […]
April 22, 2022
Rebecca Milligan (MOT North, class of 2022), who grew up in Quesnel in Northern BC, took some time out of her current placement in Vancouver to reflect on her experience as a student occupational therapist at a hospital in Whitehorse (Yukon) and on her placement in the community in Terrace. Northern placements have provided the […]
March 31, 2022
Emilie Bourque (MOT, class of 2023) had never visited the Yukon before her recent placement in Whitehorse, where she worked as a student OT in a newly-built, long-term care facility called Whistle Bend Place. “Most of the OT’s role at that facility was seating and skin integrity interventions. At the time that I was at […]
February 8, 2022
In 2020, we were thrilled to see MOT alumna Denise Kendrick recognized by the Faculty of Medicine with a Clinical Faculty Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching. In order to find out more about Denise’s approach to teaching, we asked her what she enjoys about being a member of the clinical faculty and whether she had […]
February 8, 2022
With news of her promotion to Associate Professor, we thought we’d take the opportunity to highlight Skye’s most recent research projects and initiatives. Skye’s research interests at a glance Mental health Mental health rehabilitation Health outcomes measurement Skye’s Roles & Connections Foundry BC (Head Scientist) CHEOS (Scientist) Michael Smith Health Research BC (Scholar) Skye’s research […]
February 8, 2022
Have you ever wondered about the life cycle of a Capstone project? These projects, which are central to the MOT program, are designed to enhance students’ knowledge of research and use of evidence for practice; they begin in Term 2 of students’ very first year, and they give students the hands-on experience of collecting, analyzing, […]
February 7, 2022
Have you considered joining our clinical faculty? Do you have a colleague who would be a great fieldwork or classroom educator? We have a growing community of approximately 350 clinicians who hold part-time, unpaid appointments with the department. Our clinical faculty members are a key part of OSOT’s learning ecosystem, whether working with students on […]
January 11, 2022
Dr. Susan Harris, Professor Emerita with the Department of Physical Therapy, is encouraging donations to the McGregor Scholarship Fund that she endowed in 2005. The Louise McGregor Memorial Scholarship in Neurorehabilitation is endowed in memory of Louise McGregor, a former faculty member in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences. This award is offered to a MSc […]