The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine is the only free-standing rehabilitation faculty in North America.
Our satellite campuses in Camrose and Calgary make us a successful model of Campus Alberta.
Pursuing your best is our mission statement. It not only describes our students and faculty in their academic and professional careers, but also the patients and clients they work with.
We are a research leader in the following areas: musculoskeletal health, neuroscience, aging and rehabilitation technology, among others.
To date, the Faculty boasts over 6,500 alumni.
Fragility Fracture Network Fourth Global Congress. Clinicians, researchers and policy makers (Rotterdam, The Netherlands, September 2015).
Canadian Hip Fracture Management Conference: Using National Quality Indicators to Improve the Care Of Patients with Hip Fracture: The Next Phase Of Collaborative Work (Toronto, ON, March, 2015)
Lunch and Learn: Managing Hypotension and Low Hemoglobin after Hip Fracture. Beaupre LA, Gossmann P; Fragility and Stability Working Group, Bone and Joint Strategic Clinical Network Webinar, October, 2014.
Fragility Fracture Network Third Global Congress. Clinicians, researchers and policy makers (Madrid, Spain, September, 2014).
Why is Early Mobility after Hip Fracture so Important? Beaupre LA; Fragility and Stability Working Group, Bone and Joint Strategic Clinical Network, RAH, MCH and UAH (January-June, 2014)
Fragility Fracture Network Second Global Congress. Clinicians, researchers and policy makers (Berlin, Germany, September, 2013).
National Hip Fracture Model of Care and Toolkit. McGlasson R, Beaupre LA: Canadian Physiotherapy Association National Webinar (March, 2013).
Bone and Joint Canada National Hip Fracture Toolkit Post - Implementation Project. Bone and Joint Canada Steering Committee Members (Toronto, February, 2013)