Phone: (905) 525-9140 ext: 27814
Fax: (905) 524-0069
Office: Rm.432 IAHS
Sarah Wojkowski is an Assistant Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science and the Director of Clinical Education for the MSc PT Program. Sarah is currently a member of the MACH2OPE clinic Executive Council, and is the chair elect for the National Association for Clinical Education in Physiotherapy (NACEP)
Primary Health Care
Chronic Disease Self Management
Emerging Roles for Rehabilitation
Sarah Wojkowski is not currently taking graduate students.
Dal Bello Haas V, Wojkowski S, Richardson J. (2015) Evidence based education in physiotherapy. In Brown T, & Williams B (Eds), Evidence-based Education in the Health Professions (pp.414-436). London, UK: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd. ISBN: 9781909368712.
Wojkowski S, Unger J, McCaughan M, Cole B, Kho ME. Development, implementation, and outcomes of an acute care clinician scientist clinical placement: case report. Physiother Can. 2017. doi:10.3131/ptc.2016-45E [epub ahead of print].
Wojkowski S, Richardson J, Chowhan J, Boyle M, Birch S. Unmet needs reported by adults with chronic conditions: an analysis of data from the Canadian Community Health Survey. IJPHY. 2016;3(6):613-23.
Wojkowski S. Here’s why equitable physiotherapy is important. Physiotherapy Practice. 2016;6(3).
Wojkowski S, Smith J, Richardson J, Birch S, Boyle M. A scoping review of need and unmet need for community-based physiotherapy in Canada. Journal of Critical Reviews.2016;3(4):17-23.
Richardson J, Letts L, Chan D, Officer A, Wojkowski S, Oliver D, Moore A, McCarthy L, Price D, & Kinzie S. (2012). Monitoring physical functioning as the sixth vital sign: evaluating patient and practice engagement in chronic illness care in a primary care setting--a quasi-experimental design. BMC Fam Pract, 13, 29.