We need to get real. rehabINK’s Summer 2020 Issue does just that. It speaks to our current reality of living during a pandemic, the authentic experiences of grief, the realities of academic productivity, and the very real need for strong advocacy in rehabilitation. Authors, editors, illustrators, scientists, clinicians, and grad students have collaborated to bring you 10 powerful articles that explore the diversity ofContinue reading “rehabINK Issue 9 Now Live!”
Have a listen to Dr. Patterson discuss the importance of “beautiful movement” in rehabilitation. She touches on how dance and music have multifaceted benefits that she is hoping to explore further in her own research. For the full interview, head over to James Braithwaites’ Youtube channel!
RSI – Ontario Graduate Scholarship Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student Sarah Gregor on receiving a 2019-2020 Ontario Graduate Scholarship! Sarah is a graduate of the Masters of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto. As a physiotherapist, Sarah is interested to research rehabilitation questions that she can one day apply toContinue reading “RELEARN Lab – 2019 At A Glance”
RELEARN Lab PhD student Lucas Crosby joined rehabINK as a Junior Editor in 2017 to further develop skills in writing, editing, and project collaboration. He has since transitioned into the role of Website Editor and is looking forward to new rehabINK endeavours in 2019. Click on the People tab to learn more about Lucas and his research. rehabINK is bringingContinue reading “rehabINK Summer 2019 Issue 7 edited by RELEARN Lab’s Lucas Crosby!”
Congratulations to RELEARN Lab PhD student, Sarah Gregor on being presented with this year’s Community Service Award at the annual RSI Research Day! Every year, the RSI Research Day event showcases and celebrates the research being conducted by the bright and talented graduate students of RSI via poster and oral presentations. This year marked severalContinue reading “Congratulations Sarah!”