The School of Physcial & Occupational Therapy plays a cruicial role in the Joint Curriculum Committee at McGill. Since the spring of 2013, the Joint Curriculum Committee for Interprofessional Education has developed three Interprofessional Education courses consisting of 23 IPE learning activities. To date, close to 5000 students have participated, learn more about the courses and student testimonials here.
SPOT's Convocation and Awards Reception, at which the winners of the Convocation Awards are given their certificates and all graduates of the MSc(A) and MSc(Rehab Sci) and PhD (Rehab Sci) as well as Online Driving Certificates are celebrated
Spring Convocation Ceremony on lower campus, reception to follow for all grads and their families.
Every second year, McGill hosts the best and the brightest for a day of presentations on recent advances in research on rehabilitation. Co-Chairs for the 2016 event are: Dr. Heather Lambert and Dr. Anouk Lamontagne.
The Institute for Health and Social Policy is happy to co-host this special lecture with the Centre for Research on Children and Families and the School of Occupational Health and Physical Therapy
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.