E. Sharon Brintnell Lectureship Award in Advancing Occupational Therapy: Recognizing Meaningful Living

Jun. 19, 2024 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Edmonton or Calgary. Virtual lecture via Zoom

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The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine Department of Occupational Therapy presents:

E. Sharon Brintnell Lectureship Award in Advancing Occupational Therapy: Recognizing Meaningful Living


Katie Lewis and Dr. Elizabeth Townsend: If it Ain’t Broke, Why Rehabilitate it? Canadian Occupational Therapy in the Rehabilitation Era, 1950-1985. 

Katie Lewis is an occupational therapist studying the developments of occupational therapy through a historical lens: providing insights on how past practices influence our future health and well-being. 

Dr. Elizabeth Townsend is an adult educator, occupational scientist, and occupational therapist. Dr. Townsend was one of four founding faculty who started the only school of Occupational Therapy in Atlantic Canada at Dalhousie University in 1982.

Join the Department of Occupational Therapy in the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine for this in-person lecture and reception in Edmonton, or join us in Calgary where the lecture will be livestreamed from Edmonton with an in-person reception to follow. Virtual lecture via Zoom.

RSVP by Wednesday, June 12, 2024


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