Tamie Aubin

Instructor

Tamie Aubin is a physiotherapist with a passion for working with interprofessional teams supporting children with special needs and their families. Her special interest is in applying holistic principles using a transdisciplinary family-centered approach. In the past 20+ years, Tamie’s career has included development of interdisciplinary school-based service programs, working collaboratively in transdisciplinary teams in community rehab agencies and private practice settings, as well as facilitating and teaching workshops for parents, teachers and pediatric health professionals across western Canada and Ontario.

She graduated from the University of Alberta with a B.Sc.PT in 1993. Throughout a rewarding career while balancing a busy family life, Tamie continued on her academic journey with the UBC’s online graduate program which culminated with a Masters in Rehabilitation Science in May 2014. Building on her major project, “Experiences of early transdisciplinary teams in pediatric community rehab”, her qualitative research study was published in the Infant and Young Children journal. Tamie continues to coach and support transdisciplinary teams in her workplace incorporating the valuable lessons learned from the qualitative ‘Holistic Integrated Teams’ pilot.

Tamie welcomes the opportunity to facilitate shared learning during the Paediatrics, Program Evaluation and Quality Improvement sections of RHSC 583 – Applying Research to Practice.

Tamie is a northern Alberta native and currently lives in Southwestern Ontario. She enjoys nature walks, golfing, curling, reading and traveling with her husband and four children.