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GRSS Sugar Shack – April 12, 2013

GRSS Christmas Party, Dec. 14, 2012

GRSS Masquerade Party – Nov. 16, 2012

Noesis Discussion Group

On behalf of Hiba Zafran
After multiple requests to organize further discussion groups,  students and faculty are once again invited to participate in the Noesis group.
Noesis ~ From the Greek ‘mind’, an idea, a concept, understanding – that which gives sense and meaning to the content of our minds and intentionality
The purpose of establishing a ‘noetic space’ in the Rehabilitation Science program is to create a safe opportunity for discussion amongst faculty and students interested in exploring concepts, ideas, ways of knowing, theoretical commitments, and research actions and reactions. The discussion group focuses on research questions and issues that arise from interpretive and qualitative inquiry, and which can critically inform various questions in rehabilitation research.
Our first two meetings covered the themes of boundaries in data collection and analysis, researcher and participant vulnerability, and multiple positions/selves and ways of knowing. We began to articulate the mission and structure of the group, and are maintaining an expanding bibliography.
SAVE THE DATES FOR  2013
TUESDAY JANUARY 15 & WEDNESDAY MARCH 20    12pm-1pm
Ethics and Moral Action Lab – Rabinovitch House
3640 de la Montagne, Rm 101 (simply buzz in – and feel free to bring your lunch)
Topics TBA with  reminder invitations
Chair  Hiba Zafran, PhD candidate

Pierre-Péladeau Bursaries – helping young entrepreneurs start up a business

For more info:

http://www.quebecor.com/en/bursaries

Paul Morley Mentorship Award 2012

The Canadian Stroke Network is pleased to announce the 6th annual competition for the Paul Morley Mentorship Award (a $25,000 one-time award). This award recognizes an individual who has made a significant contribution towards mentoring research trainees or developing training initiatives in the area of stroke.

Please note the deadline for nominations is Tuesday, September 4th, 2012. For further information, please download the guidelines.

Download Award Guidelines

 

CAOT Conference 2012

Quebec, QC June 6-9, 2012 Hilton Quebec

Occupation and practice through time

Join the Fun of Conference 2012 Register by Monday May 14th for your best rate! 

 

Noesis Discussion Group

Theme: Research Boundaries and the Researcher’s Multiple Identities

You are invited to share stories and reflect on the multiple selves (clinician, researcher, student, parent, teacher, sibling, immigrant…) you bring into your research process, and experiences bumping against perceived boundaries with research participants, study designs and data analysis (even in statistics).

May 22, 2012: 12-1

Ethics & Rehabilitation Lab

3640 de la Montagne, Rm 101 ~ Rabinovitch House, Buzz: 101

Feel free to bring your lunch.

Chair: Hiba Zafran, PhD candidate

Contact: hiba.zafran@mcgill.ca

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Melissa Park, Dr. Matthew Hunt

Sugar Shack

Dear Students and Faculty,

The semester is almost over and the sugar shack is approaching! Prepare your taste buds for this amazingly sweet experience! The event will take place at La p’tite cabane d’la côte on April 27th. The dinner will be served at 7pm but we are welcome to come earlier and enjoy some out-door activities (walking, visiting the farm…).

There will be a 15$ charge (the rest being generously provided by GRSS!!). Friend and family are more than welcome (however, they will be charged full price: 25$).

If you haven’t confirmed your presence yet but would like to participate, please email us before the end of the week and we will be pleased to add your name on the list! Also, if you are coming with family or friends, it is important that you let us know how many people you are bringing at myriam.villeneuve@mail.mcgill.ca before the end of the week so we could count them in.

Also, we are organizing a car pool. Please, email me 1) if you need a lift or 2) if you have a car and would kindly accept to bring people with you (that would be very much appreciated!!). GRSS will give 30$/drivers for gas expense. We will also try to divide people who would like to leave earlier vs later into separate cars for the return so feel free to let me know when you wish to leave.

We look forward to hearing from you!

on behalf of the GRSS
Myriam Villeneuve
Graduate student
MSc Rehabilitation Sciences
McGill University

Moving Research into Clinical Practice: April 16th, 2012

You are invited to attend an educational event on April 16th, 2012 which is sponsored by the Richard and Edith Strauss Canada Foundation and hosted by McGill University’s School of Physical and Occupational Therapy. Attached are two programs with detailed information regarding this event. The event will consist of the following:

1) KT WORKSHOP from 10:00am-2:30pm at Thomson House
-Speakers: Dr. Nicol Korner-Bitensky; Anita Menon; Ana Maria Rodriguez
-Content: Strategies for moving research evidence into your clinical practice and at your site

2) PROJECT PRESENTATIONS from 3:00pm-6:00pm at Thomson House
-Keynote Speakers: Dr. Sharon Straus; Dr. Dianne Russell (KT/evidence-based practice experts)
-Content: Twelve funded research teams will be presenting results from their KT-related clinical projects(oral/poster). A wine and cheese reception will follow thereafter.

Please join us for an opportunity to learn about and discuss knowledge translation in rehabilitation.

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER NOW for this FREE EVENT: www.opt-kt.mcgill.ca

For any questions, please contact Anita Menon/Ana Maria Rodriguez by email or phone.
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ANITA MENON (PhD Fellow) and ANA MARIA RODRIGUEZ (PhD Fellow)
Project Directors- Edith Strauss Rehabilitation Research Projects
School of Physical & Occupational Therapy (Hosmer 307)
McGill University, 3630 Promenade Sir-William-Osler,
Montreal, Quebec H3G 1Y5
T: (514) 398-4400 ext. 09310
straussresearch.pot@mcgill.ca

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