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|Kayla and Alice are completing an Independent Community Placement at Ambrose Place in Edmonton and have enjoyed participating in a number of cultural activities in the Indigenous community.|
|Paula is with the Stroke Early Supported Discharge Program in Grand Prairie. She writes that one of her client's valued activities is caring for her pet donkeys, so Paula got to analyze what skills are involved in navigating this task!|
|Chelsea at Edmonton Catholic Schools got to watch the students excitement with the hatching of the ducklings.|
|Kimberley sends greetings from Saskatoon City Hospital on her way to the operating room to observe a Total Knee Replacement. |
|Year 2s on their last day of formal classes!|
THANK YOU to those of you who are involved in the education and support of UofA MScOT students!We greatly appreciate the generous number of offers that we received for OCCTH 525 and 527.Please consider offering a fieldwork placement for the upcoming Fall sessions.
OCCTH 528, Year 2, Level 3b (Final Placement): (7 weeks)OCCTH 503, Year 1, Introductory Placement: (5 days)
Please send your placement offers by in one of the following ways:1. If you are an HSPnet user, please accept your Placement Request(s) (PR) in HSPnet2. If you work for AHS, please notify Tracy Wulff at AHS via email with your offer: Tracy.Wulff@albertahealthservi
ces.ca3. If you work for Covenant Health, please notify Stacey Roussel with your offer: Stacey.Roussel@covenanthealth. ca4. If you work for Capital Care, please notify the CC Student Placement Team with your offer: capitalcarestudent.placements@ capitalcare.net5. All other sites interested in making an offer please contact Michelle Green, Clinical Education Administrator: email@example.com and she can send you a Recruitment Form.It is important to us that you find clinical instruction and mentorship to be a rewarding experience - we recognize the commitment and time it takes to supervise these 'OTs-in-training!' Your participating is greatly appreciated and your feedback is always welcome.