After working as a Sub-Lieutenant Naval Reserve Officer in British Columbia and an ESL Teacher in South Korea, Alex wanted to further his career in a profession that capitalized on his strengths and skills. After being referred to McMaster OT program by a friend, Alex researched the program and decided that the self-directed nature of the program was the perfect fit for him.Read more
While completing her Honours Bachelor of Science in neuroscience and psychology at the University of Toronto, Rachelle worked as a research assistant at SickKids Hospital. It was through this position that Rachelle was exposed to the realm of clinical research, which propelled her to pursue a Master’s in Rehabilitation Science.Read more
Gillian Manson has had McMaster Physiotherapy running through her since graduating from the BHSc (Physiotherapy) program in 2000. While working as a Physiotherapist at the Juravinski Cancer Centre, Gillian volunteers her time as a tutor, clinical instructor and clinical skills lab assistant. “I have always felt that assisting in the education of physiotherapy students is an important part of my role as a professional. I think student`s provide clinicians with an opportunity to challenge their clinical knowledge and practice.”Read more
Frances Ziesmann registered in the MHM program in 2012, after receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto, and her post-degree in Occupational Health and Safety (DOHS) at McMaster University. “I selected MHM at McMaster due to their focus on current evidence-based practice, evidence informed management and policy, self-directed learning, critical thinking and problem-based learning approaches and principles,” said Frances.Read more
Partnering for Change project
CanChild's Partnering for Change project highlighted on CTV
Dr. Vrkljan nominated for YWCA Women of Distinction Award
Congratultions to Brenda who was one of 43 women nominated.
Congratulations to Michelle Kho
Dr. Kho was the recipient of the Breathe New Life Award
Students are required to complete 6 weeks of clinical placement in a set block of time. Today Unit 2 clinical placements commence. More information on Physiotherapy program placement dates can be found her
Students are required to complete 6 weeks of clinical placement in a set block of time. Today Unit 5 clinical placements commence. More information on Physiotherapy program placement dates can be found here.
The academic term for second year students in the Occupational Therapy program commences.