rehabilitation sciences News Archive
April 26, 2017 —
The two second-year medicine students were the organizers behind a yearly art show that showcases the creative side of students, faculty and staff. This year, the chosen theme was “Unveiled.”
March 28, 2017 —
At the centre of every successful fundraising campaign you will find people whose inspirational stories remind us that we can all make a difference in our community, and beyond
March 1, 2017 —
MOT students use art therapy to help some of the most marginalized members of our community
February 17, 2017 —
On February 15, 2017, the single mom and her two boys started a new chapter in their lives at a key ceremony celebrating the home built for her.
February 6, 2017 —
Illuminate, a new speaker series hosted by the College of Rehabilitation Sciences in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, is bringing speakers from around the world.
January 30, 2017 —
Over 60 faculty, students and donors attend annual event that awards students and recognizes donors for the contributions.
January 24, 2017 —
Interprofessional education and Indigenous initiatives were strong themes as the dean and vice-deans of the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences presented updates on strategic priorities at a Town Hall on Jan. 19
December 19, 2016 —
The physical environments people face is often the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about rehabilitation sciences. U of M researcher looks at social environments that impact participation in work, family, and community life
October 28, 2016 —
On Thursday, Oct. 27, the inaugural Juliette Cooper Lectureship in Rehabilitation Sciences will be presented by Dr. Jenny Moon, a Visiting Fellow and former Associate Professor at Bournemouth University
October 25, 2016 —
Opportunities for kids, especially girls, to participate in organized sport have never been more abundant. Unfortunately, increased involvement is accompanied by a risk of musculoskeletal injury. Medical costs associated with these injuries can run into the millions of dollars. Dr. Parson will review her research in this area at the Research Seminar Series Friday, Oct. 28.