Our Research

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The focus of our learners’ research is on solving problems in the workplace.

Many projects have been small in scale, but big on impact. Solutions to recruitment and retention in rural areas, wait list management processes, and developing effective parent-professional collaborations are just a few examples of how our graduates’ research is improving rehabilitation practice. Many of our learners also publish their MRSc research.

Learners who don’t choose the research option complete their MRSc degree by taking additional courses. It’s not necessary to decide which option to take until you are in the program. Explore our curriculum and courses to consider which route you may want to pursue.

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Research Publications

Our learners contribute to cutting-edge research within the field of rehabilitation science and beyond. If you are considering a research option, see what has been previously published.

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Critically Appraised Topics (CATS)

CATS begin to provide direction for practice by asking a clinical question, reviewing the literature and summarizing the best available research evidence on the subject.


Our Learners & Alumni

Our learners come from a broad range of backgrounds, disciplines and locations. Find out more about previous research interests, motivations and why the online option worked for them.