Margaret Grant

Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Strategic Initiatives


Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Strategic Initiatives


REHAB 542 - Advancing Practice in Stroke Rehabilitation

The goal of this course is to develop a proposal that could be implemented into a work environment that incorporates advanced/best practices in stroke rehabilitation. Students will choose a project based on the knowledge gained in the previous courses and on needs that they identify within a practice setting. Students will gain knowledge and experience in organizational change management while working collaboratively with a host site. Students will gain skills in the area they choose for their proposal through tailored mentoring. The mentor will facilitate the process of moving evidence into practice by providing content expertise in implementation of best practice in stroke rehabilitation in a clinical setting. Additionally, this process is expected to provide students with valuable professional contacts. Prerequisite: REHAB 541.

Fall Term 2021

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