Sarah Wojkowski

Phone: 905-525-9140 ext: 27814
Fax: 905-524-0069
Office: IAHS Rm. 432
Email: wojkows@mcmaster.ca

Profile

Dr. Wojkowski is currently the Acting Assistant Dean for the Master of Science (Physiotherapy) Program.  She is an Associate Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science.  Dr. Wojkowski is also the Director for the Program of Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (PIPER) and a member of the Governance Committee for the Centre for Simulation Based Learning (CSBL) in the Faculty of Health Sciences.  She is also the chair of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association’s Primary Care Advisory Committee (PCAC) and a member of the MAC H2OPE Clinic Executive Council in the School of Rehabilitation Science.

Research Expertise

Primary Health Care

Interprofessional Education and Learning

Access to Physiotherapy Services

Chronic Disease Self-Management

Emerging Roles for Rehabilitation Services

Teaching Interests

Dr. Wojkowski has a keen interest in the integration of simulation into her teaching practices.

Graduate Students

Dr. Wojkowski is not currently accepting graduate students.

Recent Publications

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Peer Reviewed Journal

Wojkowski, S, Ahluwalia, P, Radassao, K, Wharin, C, Walker, G, Rushford, N. Role emerging clinical placements in a community-based HIV organization – opportunities for interprofessional collaboration: a case report. Physiotherapy Canada. 2019; 71(4):384-390

Lyons, M, Stokes, A, Parker, J, Hanna, S, Wojkowski, S. A Scoping Review of the unmet needs for physiotherapy services for the pediatric population in Canada. Journal of Critical Reviews. 2019;6(6):15-23

Hanna, S, Lyons, M, Parker, J, Stokes, A, Wojkowski, S. Unmet needs for physiotherapy services for the pediatric population in Canada: a scoping review protocol. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Research. 2019;4:1-5 doi: 10.15761/PMRR.1000197

Mori, B, Quesnel, M, Wojkowski, S. The student perspective of their experience at clinical placements: using a modified Delphi methodology to engage physiotherapy stakeholders in revising the national form. Physiotherapy Canada. 2019; 71(4): 368-381.

Wojkowski, S, Richardson, J. Clinical Commentary on Maharaj et al. Physiotherapy Canada. 2018;70(2):196-197.

 

Non-Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Wojkowski, S, Richardson, J, Birch. Access equality and equity, it’s all the same….isn’t it. Physiotherapy Practice. 2018;8(4).

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

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