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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Rehabilitation Sciences (2019)
Graduate Program in Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine
Supervisor: Dr. William C. Miller
Thesis: Powered wheelchair skills training for older adults with cognitive impairment: Using shared control to facilitate independence


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Master of Science (MSc), Occupational Therapy (2008)
School of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Health Professions

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Bachelor of Arts, Honours (BA, Hons), International Development Studies (2006)
Department of International Development Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Honours Supervisor: Dr. David Black
Thesis: A Conventional Paradox: Investigating the relationship between ratification and implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child


Continuing Education

Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (2007)
AMPS Intl., Dalhousie University

Wheelchair Seating and Positioning in the Community (2012)
Access Community Therapists, Vancouver, BC 

Scientist Knowledge Translation Training (2015)
Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research/SickKids Hospital, Vancouver, BC

Transdisciplinary Approach to “Thinking Commercially” (2016)
AGE-WELL Network Centres of Excellence, Canada

Instructional Skills Workshop (2016)
Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, University of British Columbia

Foundations of Project Management I (2016)
University of British Columbia/Mitacs, Vancouver, BC

Home Modifications: Introduction, Ramps, Rails and Bathroom Modifications (2016)
Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, Elizabeth Ainsworth, Vancouver, BC