The Edith Strauss Rehabilitation Research Projects at McGill University will be hosting the Edith Strauss Research Projects Interactive Day on Friday, May 23rd, 2014!
Project presentations from the groups of M2 students, prior to the start of their final autumn at SPOT.
Annual full-day event with a morning educational component related to clinical education or clinical practice followed by recognition awards to clinical educators/supervisors. The afternoon component consists of discussion on the overall curriculum and clinical education components of the curriculum.
SPOT's Convocation Reception, at which the winners of the Convocation Awards are given their certificates; all grads of the MSc(A) and thesis MSc and PhD are celebrated.
Every second year, McGill hosts the best and the brightest for a day of presentations on recent advances in research on rehabilitation.
Students finishing their undergrad or qualifying year receive McGill SPOT name-tags that identify them as McGill rehab students, with which to begin their clinical placements.
An inspirational lecture by a nationally or internationally known person, usually having a topic related to the field of rehabilitation. Join Alumni, faculty and friends for this event at McGill's Faculty Club.
McGill's annual Open House; SPOT faculty and students staff a very busy kiosk welcoming potential applicants: what's the BEST thing about being an OT or a PT and why McGill is the TOP choice!
Alumni, graduates, faculty and staff are invited to the School for a Wine & Cheese reception on the Friday of McGill's Homecoming weekend. In 2014 we will be especially celebrating reunion years ending in "4" and "9"!
16th Research Colloquium in Rehabilitation
16e Colloque de recherche en réadaptation
Keynote Presentation by
Mary Law, PhD, OT Reg (Ont), FCAOT
Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University
Building knowledge across time: An example of research on participation