THELMA CARDWELL LECTURE

 

 

PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE
OS&OT THELMA CARDWELL LECTURE AND RESEARCH DAY

Wednesday, June 28
9:00am – 10:30am
OISE Auditorium (G162)
252 Bloor Street West
http://ot.utoronto.ca/research/cardwell-research-day/program_current/

Building on our commitment to diversity and inclusion, the 2017 Thelma Cardwell Lecturer is Dr. Lisa Richardson, Clinician-Educator, Division of General Internal Medicine and Co-lead in Indigenous Medical Education, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. Following Dr. Richardson’s address, “Good Medicine: Lessons from Indigenous Health Education”, please stay and hear our amazing second year MScOT students present their Graduate Research Projects.

The 50 student presentations include topics such as:

  • Navigating family caregiving tasks and responsibilities
  • Evaluating a crowd-sourcing app to assess senior friendliness of public spaces
  • Enhancing participation following cancer
  • Financial management skills following brain injury
  • Youths with developmental disabilities experiences of belonging.

We look forward to seeing you on June 28th!

Yours sincerely,

Susan Rappolt, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Associate Professor and Chair