RESEARCH RELAYS for rehabilitation practice

   Relay - either as a noun or a verb may involve passing information from one person to another - one practice to another - one location to another - often with a goal or destination in mind. Also associated with ensuring good connections and speed. We hope you will join us in our FREE WEBINARS where learners and graduates from the Master of Rehabilitation Science Program present results from systematic reviews or their major project research. By relaying their results and any further work they have done in the area, we invite you to pick up the 'virtual baton' and discuss how it could influence your practice and work setting. Make new connections in just one hour!


 Fall 2017 Series

November 3 - noon to 1:00pm Pacific Time
Early Identification and Early Intervention for Children with DCD: State of the Evidence
Presenter: Emily Lee

November 17 - noon to 1:00pm Pacific Time
Community-Based Recreation Therapy in Mental Health Recovery
Presenter: Jessica Ariss

November 24 - noon to 1:00pm Pacific Time
“Printing Like a Pro!: Classroom Teachers’ Perceptions of the Program & Use of the Program in a School-based Printing Club
Presenter: Ivonne Montgomery

November 28 - noon to 1:00pm Pacific Time
An Exploration into how Occupational Therapists and Therapy Assistants are Collaborating in Acute Care
Presenter: Louise Donnellan
 

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For further information, or to be placed on a mailing list for future sessions, email our program assistant at: info@mrsc.ubc.ca

In the meantime, you can listen to any of the 2013 Archived Webinars, 2014 Archived Webinars, 2015 Archived Webinars, or 2016 Archived Webinars.


Set Up for Webinars: Check that Everything Works Ahead of Time

We use an e-learning environment called Blackboard Collaborate. You do not need to install software to join the session. We strongly encourage you to run the set up wizard in advance. Click on Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing and follow the steps. Under Step 2 be sure to select the appropriate Configuration room (depending on your country location) e.g. ‘V12.6 Configuration room (CA-SAS)’ – for Canada.


On the Day of the Session

Please enter the session 15 minutes before the start of the session to familiarize yourself with the environment and to leave us some time for trouble shooting.


Problems?

Please contact Blackboard Collaborate Support