Anne Rankin, BScPT; MScPT
Acting Associate Head, Clinical Education
T: 604-822-7413 | Email
As the Acting Associate Head, Clinical Education, Anne leads the Clinical Education Team. As well as having responsibility for the overall planning and direction of the Clinical Education portfolio, Anne prepares students for placements and provides a link between clinical sites and the department.
Carolyn Andersson, Dipl T (Broadcast Comm.)
Clinical Education Officer
T: 604-827-5985 | Email
The Clinical Education Officer works closely with Anne Rankin. Carolyn is responsible for multiple aspects of the portfolio, including: coordination of Clinical Educator workshops and special Clin Ed events (e.g., symposia), content management of our web pages, and production of the “Globe Newsletter” and other marketing materials for the Program. She also coordinates the Clinical Education PACE and CACE Committee meetings.
Ingrid Dill, BA
Clinical Placement Officer
T: 604-827-3315 | Email
The Clinical Placement Officer is the logistical coordinator of student placements (including the call for offers, affiliation agreements and other paperwork required for each placement in BC, whether it be for our MPT students or Canadian/International students). Ingrid fulfills a vital role in keeping student placements running smoothly and ensuring that the sites are supported.
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Robin Roots, BA, BHSc (PT), MSc (Rehab Sc)
Coordinator of Clinical Education, Northern and Rural Cohort (NRC)
T: 250-960-5684 | Email
As Coordinator of Clinical Education, NRC Robin is our face in the North and is based out of Prince George. Her role is to create infrastructure and liaise with stakeholders to build a strong PT support network for our MPT program in northern and rural communities across British Columbia. She conducts Clinical Educator workshops, meets with current and potential sites, and implements activities for the Northern and Rural Cohort. She is the contact person for any questions about the clinical education program in northern and rural areas.
Administrative Assistant, Northern and Rural Cohort (NRC)
T: 250-960-5806 | Email
The NRC Administrative Assistant works closely with Robin Roots, supporting all aspects of the NRC including placement logistics and support for students in the cohort.
Please note: All enquires re: the NRC should initially be directed to Robin Roots.