Faculty of Medicine
Room 260 - 2nd Floor Brodie Centre, 727 McDermot Avenue
Canada R3E 3P5
||Faculty of Medicine
|Field of Study:
||Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
||The School of Medical Rehabilitation currently offers an M.Sc. (Rehabilitation) degree program. The purpose of this program is to conduct and promote basic and clinical research directed towards prevention of disability, improvement and restoration of functional capability altered as a consequence of injury or disease, and alleviation of pain associated with injury and disease and primary prevention.
The diverse research programs and facilities of the School offer opportunities for graduate education in the areas of neuroscience, cardiorespiratory function, exercise physiology, musculoskeletal function, and human occupation. Through proximity to a range of clinical settings and strong collaborative links the program offers particular opportunities to engage in clinically relevant research. Opportunities are available to engage in research relevant to most of the major areas of rehabilitation. Graduates of this program have gone on to advanced clinical practice and administrative positions within the health care system. Because of the strong research emphasis, graduates are well prepared for doctoral study.
||Medical Rehabilitation at University of Manitoba - Faculty of Medicine
Last Updated: August 09, 2012