Summer 2015
The School of Rehabilitation Science is proud to launch our new website along with our quarterly newsletter, to highlight the outstanding achievements and successes of the School. Our hope is that these new means of communication will involve our community partners with the school even more, to keep you up-to-date on all the activity happening within the School.

Dr. Patty Solomon
Associate Dean & Director, School of Rehabilitation Science
Reaching Further at the SRS
MAC H2ope Clinic: Making an Impact in our Community

Occupational and Physiotherapy students are 'Helping Hamiltonians through Occupational and Physiotherapy Engagement' as part of the down town clinic developed through a partnership between the SRS and Hamilton`s YMCA. Read more about the MAC H2ope clinic.
SRS Recognizes Distinguished Alumni for 2015

After reviewing all of the nominations, the SRS is pleased to announce the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award winners: Nancy Rushford (OT), Derek Debassige (PT) and Nadine Graham (RS). Read more about the winners.
Program Updates
In the Spotlight
After graduating from the Masters of Science Physiotherapy (PT) program at McMaster University in 2009, Jenna Smith went on to work at a private outpatient physiotherapy clinic in Hamilton, Ontario, before returning to the School of Rehabilitation Science in 2013 to pursue her PhD in cancer rehabilitation. Read more about Jenna.
Research Excellence
In The Media
Upcoming Events at the SRS
SRS Research Rounds
September 9 2015
9:00 - 10:00, IAHS 146

Presenter: Vickie Galea, PhD, PT
SAVE THE DATE
October 1 2015
Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner

More details can be found here .
Clinical Placements in the OT and PT programs are ongoing throughout the year. Mark your calendars for the 2015-2016 placement dates.
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Website
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