Bonny Jung

Bonny Jung

Phone: (905) 525-9140 ext: 27807
Fax: (905) 524-0069
Office: Rm.446, IAHS


Dr. Jung joined the School of Rehabilitation Science (SRS) in 1990, having worked previously as clinical instructor with the Mohawk College OT Program, and faculty in the McMaster University BHS (OT) program. Her clinical background includes working with adults with physical health and mental health concerns; however, her primary clinical focus was in community practice. Bonny currently teaches in the McMaster University MSc (OT) Program, is Chair of the OT and PT Admissions Committee, and is Director of the Program for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (PIPER) at McMaster University's Faculty of Health Sciences.

Research Expertise

Keywords: interprofessional education, clinical education, inclusive education

Bonny's research focuses on

  1. Interprofessional Education
  2. Clinical Education: preceptor training, models of student supervision, intraprofessional and interprofessional fieldwork education
  3. Curriculum: problem-based learning, university-community partnerships
  4. Inclusive education: accessibility in higher education

Graduate Students

2 Masters students from the Health Science Education Program (FHS, McMaster University)
1 PhD student from the Rehabilitation Sciences Program (SRS, McMaster University)

Recent Publications

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Journal Articles

Marquis E, Jung B, Fudge Schormans A, Lukmanji S, Wilton R, Baptiste S. (2016). Developing inclusive educators: Enhancing the accessibility of teaching and learning in higher education. International Journal for Academic Development, May 19. Doi: 10.1080/1360144X.2016.1181071. [Epub ahead of print].

Chui A, Wong C, Maraj S, Fry D, Jecker J, Jung B. (2016). Forensic occupational therapy in Canada: The current state of practice. Occup Ther Int, Feb 17. Doi: 10.1002/oti.1426. [Epub ahead of print].

Marquis E, Fudge Schormans A, Jung B, Vietinghoff C, Wilton R, Baptiste S. (2016). Charting the landscape of accessible education for students with disabilities at one Ontario university. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 5(2), 42-71.

Gewurtz R, Coman L, Dhillon S, Jung B, Solomon P. (2016) Problem-based learning and theories of teaching and learning in health professional education. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 4(1), 59-70.

Jung B, Shimmel L, Stewart D, Gatti L, Venasse K, Plaisant L, Ledgerd R, & Baptiste S. (2015). Competency-based education: A survey study of international occupational therapy educational programmes. WFOT Bulletin, 71(1), 53-58.

Nguyen T, Baptiste S, Jung B, & Wilkins S. (2014). A new comprehension and communication tool: a valuable resource for internationally educated occupational therapists. Aust Occup Ther J, 61(3), 140-147.

Jung B & Steggles E. (2014). Occupational therapy and intra and interprofessional collaboration. OT Now, 10, 11-12.

Jung B, Baptiste S, Dhillon S, Kravchenko T, Stewart D, & Vanderkaay S. (2014). The experience of student occupational therapists with disabilities in Canadian universities. International Journal of Higher Education, 3(1), 146-154.

General Information

Mailing Address:

School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University
Institute of Applied Health Sciences,
Room 403, 1400 Main St. W. Hamilton, ON L8S 1C7


(905) 525-9140 Ext: 22867


(905) 524-0069



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