GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE

ORTHOTIC-PROSTHETIC PROGRAMS

2018/2019

 GRAND ROUNDS NOTICES


THE DATES FOR THE GRANDS SESSIONS THIS ACADEMIC YEAR ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Jan 15, Feb 5, March 12, April 9, April 30

LOCATION

All Grand Rounds Sessions will take place in EG61 McLaughlin Lecture Theatre

Except for Jan 15th, which will take place in EG21 Harrison Hall


THE PRESENTATIONS FOR THIS GRAND ROUNDS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE
STREAMED VIA BLACKBOARD COLLABORATE.
THE SINGLE LINK BELOW CAN USED FOR THE FULL SESSION:

LINK TO SESSION
The session dial-in number is : 571-392-7651 PIN: 117 582 6421

GOOGLE CHROME IS THE PREFERRED BROWSER WHEN USING BLACKBOARD COLLABORATE

RECORDINGS OF THE PRESENTATIONS WILL BE MADE & LINKS POSTED
ON THIS PAGE FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO ACCESS AT A LATER DATE


THOSE WISHING TO WATCH PAST GRAND ROUNDS PRESENTATIONS

GO TO OUR NEW GRAND ROUNDS CHANNEL ON VIMEO https://vimeo.com/channels/1062564
(presentations starting from April 2016)


For previous presentations - Please click the link below to go to the Sunnybrook Mediasite Upcoming Events page

& to view past presentations, please click the link "browse the complete presentation catalog" then

click "George Brown College" in the left side scrollable menu. A listing of past GBC presentations will appear. 

http://alex2.sunnybrook.ca/Mediasite/SunnybrookEvents/




Tuesday January 15, 2019 Grand Rounds


This is an invitation from students and staff of the College's programs for you to attend Grand Rounds.  We are hopeful you will be able to attend. 


The Chairperson for the evening will be Alexandria TsimiklisThe agenda is as follows:



Agenda

6:20Faculty, students and guests convene in the Auditorium
 

LINK TO THE FULL SESSION

 
 
 
6:30 - 6:50Title: Use of Prosthoses in Patients with Congenital Lower Limb Deficiencies 
 Jessie Leith, First Year Student - Clinical Methods in Orthotics & Prosthetics Program 
   
 6:50 - 7:10Title: Visual Therapies for Phantom Limb Pain 
 Wendy Cox, Second Year Student - Clinical Methods in Orthotics & Prosthetics Program 
   
 7:10 - 7:30      BREAK 
   
  7:30 - 7:55Title: The Difference of 180°: A Van Nes Rotationplasty 
  Alison Grant, Josh Arsenault & Abbey McQuaid - Second Year Students, Prosthetic - Orthotic Technician Program. 
   
7:55 - 8:15Title: "The Ultimate Guide to Being A Super Hero Practitioner" 

Rachel Weinstock
Abstract: In this presentation Rachel will be sharing her "why" for the work she does as both a teacher and speaker. She will take participants into a space of awareness of the impact that children with different abilities often experience by being a target for bullying and the impact their difference can have on their self esteem. Rachel will highlight the gift/super power practitioners can play in empowering their patients beyond the medical devices they are fitting them with and into a whole child approach that is transformational! 


Website:

http://www.rachelweinstock.com

Social Media:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjEipZbX0IXyc5E8wYZsBaw?view_as=subscriber

https://www.instagram.com/miss_rainbow_fairy/