Susan Mulholland, MScRehab, BScOT
- Master of Science in Rehabilitation, Queen's University. The design and development of an appropriate wheeled mobility device for women with disabilities in India: A rehabilitation perspective.
- Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, University of Toronto
Key areas include;
Technology and application in rehabilitation as well as teaching/learning.
Use of Virtual Reality particularly related to teaching/learning.
(ntersection of urban design (eg, public spaces, community) and health.
Underpinned by theoretical perspectives, a framework is provided for students to (a) understand, develop and demonstrate professionalism, (b) learn the parameters, behaviours and skills that comprise professional practice, including therapeutic use of self and the organizations and documents that support and guide Canadian occupational therapists, and (c) work effectively with colleagues and with those they will supervise. Students participate in one week of fieldwork.
Theory and philosophies underpinning occupational therapy and occupational science.