We are a welcoming community and there are many ways to join us. Whether you are interested in an educational role or being part of one of our committees, we invite you to get involved.
Become a member of our Clinical Faculty
We value the essential and integral role that Clinical Faculty play in our teaching program and other departmental initiatives. Explore how to become a member of our clinical faculty and access useful resources on benefits and promotions.
Become a Fieldwork Educator
We have a very active fieldwork community, however we are always looking for fieldwork preceptors and new sites to provide invaluable placement opportunities for our current students.
Teaching, Research and Committees
If you would like to participate in the teaching, governance and/or research of the department, we would be delighted to hear from you. It’s easy to get involved, and we look forward to welcoming you into our academic and clinical community.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your expression of interest.
Information for Clinical Faculty
Find useful resources and details of how to apply for promotion.
Clinical Faculty Directory
We have a growing list of Clinical Associate Professors, Assistant Professors, and Clinical Instructors.
Keep in touch with us, whether you have graduated recently or are looking to reconnect. You can easily access UBC alumni benefits using the handy alumni app which includes instant access to journals, library access, podcasts and more.
Find your classmates
Some of your former classmates may already be part of our Clinical Faculty Directory, or for a comprehensive list of known alumni contact information, please contact Alumni Relations on 604 875 411 (x62032).
Update your contact information
If you have moved or changed your email address, update your details for the Faculty of Medicine using this simple online form and never miss any alumni news, events or special reunions.
Annual Capstone Conference
You are invited!
Every summer we celebrate the achievements of the Master of Occupational Therapy graduating cohort as they present a full-day conference on their respective group research projects.
Each year, the conference features a guest keynote speaker, and all are welcome to attend.