Headlines 2015

What is ‘Walk 10 blocks’?

A great example of how a research/patient partnership can help improve health. Looking for people to beta-test an iPhone app that aims to help users to move more and sit less during the day.

RESEARCH RELAYS for rehabilitation practice

FREE WEBINARS where learners and graduates from the Master of Rehabilitation Science Program present results from systematic reviews or their major project research

Dr. Lara Boyd participating in a centennial event

A UBC Centennial Event at the Railway club. Join for a lively discussion with experts on the evolution and the ethics of devices that target our brains to make us stronger and smarter.

UBC Grad, Sheila Purves, honored with the 2015 Global Citizenship Award

Sheila Purves, BSR ’79 will be honored with one of the awards celebrating UBC’s Best. She was selected for the Global Citizenship Award for her work over the past three decades

EXCEL, online e-learning modules for clinical educators

Whether you are new to your role as a Clinical Educator, or would just like a quick refresher on a certain topic, our EXCEL e-learning modules are here for you!

2015 MPT Research Poster Day, Aug. 13, 2015

Presentations of the MPT students small group collaborative research projects will take place August 13, 2015 from 9:25 to noon

Introducing the Department’s Summer Program

The Department’s participation in the Vancouver Summer Program (VSP) in Medicine begins July 21, 2015.

The Department celebrates success in trainee awards

The Department celebrates the recent strong showing for Post-doctoral fellowship awards

UBC Alumnus and student help a client with Guillain-Barre attend the Women’s World Cup Final.

Clinical educator and UBC alumnus (2011), Scott Okrainetz with MPT1 student Mary-Anne Levson help Darbi Aitchison attain her goal of attending the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final this Sunday.

Our Partner Organization, PABC, produces a new video

The Physiotherapy Association of BC produces a video highlighting the important role of Physiotherapists in keeping people moving.