You are invited to hear Visiting Professor Dr. Hwan Kim (Daegu University, South Korea) speak at Rehab Rounds on May 2, 2019. His talk is titled “Current Issues on Disability and Rehabilitation in North Korea”. Check the events calendar for full details.
The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ+ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.Visit our Job Opportunities page for details, including links to apply.
Toronto Cathay Lions Club Scholarship in OT
This award recognizes the student who obtained the highest standing in the first year of the program. This year’s recipient is Martina Sykula.
Isobel Robinson Award
This award recognizes Ms. Robinson’s (Director of OT Program, 1967-1981) contribution to U of T, and is presented to the student who obtains high academic standing in the first year of the program with strong fieldwork evaluations. This year’s recipient is Laura van Daele.
Eleanor B. Krangle Award in Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
This award will be given to a student in the Department who demonstrates socially conscious contributions to the University community. This year’s recipient is Janany Jeyasundaram.
Peter Rappolt Family Scholarship in Occupational Performance and Wellbeing
This award supports new research in occupational science and occupational therapy, focused on mental health, developmental delay, caregiving, community integration, cognitive assessments and interventions, environmental adaptations, translating research evidence into practice, or examining how the health and social systems can meet complex needs. This year’s recipients are Amy Yang and Martina Sykula.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Fieldwork Education Awards Breakfast and Clinical Education Workshops. The event takes place February 20 this year, with an appreciation breakfast and awards ceremony, followed by your choice of two excellent workshops. Registration closes February 11. Click here for details of the workshop and registration.
The Faculty of Medicine recently profiled members of the Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy whose research addresses mental health. Read about the work of Prof. Angela Colantonio, Prof. Helene Polatajko, and Prof. Emerita Judith Friedland.
|Prof. Emerita Judith Friedland||Prof. Helene Polatajko||Prof. Angela Colantonio|
Interested in applying to our program for the 2019 admission cycle? Want to learn more about what we have to offer?
The Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, along with the Department of Physical Therapy, will be holding information sessions in October at the Rehabilitation Sciences Building located at 500 University Avenue, in Room 140.
Prospective applicants have an opportunity to learn about the professions from faculty members and ask admission questions directly to the Student Liaison Officer. Prospective applicants also have an option of participating in a facility tour given by our current students.
Date for Admission Cycle 2019-2020: October 25, 2018 REGISTRATION CLOSED
• Registration begins at 3:30 pm
• Presentation begins at 4:15 pm
• Entire session ends at 5:45 pm (including the tour).
Registration is now closed. If you registered for this event.
Information about applying for our MScOT program can be found here.
There are 1-2 Teaching Positions coming available in September for the OCT1262Y Course Enabling Occupation with Adults: Part II
The course focuses on enabling strategies and interventions related to a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and mental health issues across a variety of practice areas and settings.
The deadline for applications is July 23rd. This is a term position from September 2018 to April 2019.