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COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 5: The Student Experience The rehabINK Podcast

In this fifth & final episode of our COVID-19 mini-series we turn to the Temerty Faculty of Medicine graduate students in rehabilitation, physiotherapy and medicine to gather their take on how the pandemic impacted their studies, career prospects and daily life. Join hosts Bernice Lau and Mikaela Stiver exploring themes around short-term changes to the student experience in clinical and research programs, departmental and university responses to COVID-19, projected long-term impacts on the future of healthcare, and potential 'silver linings’! rehabINK Podcast
  1. COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 5: The Student Experience
  2. COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 4: "Housing is Healthcare"
  3. COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 3: Perspectives on living with a disability during the pandemic
  4. COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 2: Working as a PT during the pandemic
  5. COVID-19: A Mini-Series Part 1: The Role of Rehabilitation

 


The rehabINK Podcast presents…

COVID-19: A Mini-series

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Part 5: The Student Experience

In this fifth & final episode of our COVID-19 mini-series we turn to the Temerty Faculty of Medicine graduate students in rehabilitation, physiotherapy and medicine to gather their take on how the pandemic impacted their studies, career prospects and daily life. Join hosts Bernice Lau and Mikaela Stiver exploring themes around short-term changes to the student experience in clinical and research programs, departmental and university responses to COVID-19, projected long-term impacts on the future of healthcare, and potential ‘silver linings’!
 
Episode transcript:
 
Episode credits:
Hosts: Mikaela Stiver & Bernice Lau
Executive Producer: Kyla Alsbury & Julia Rybkina
Audio Editors: Julia Rybkina, Lucas Crosby, & Mikaela Stiver
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional Illustrations: Mikaela Stiver
 

COVID-19 Mini-Series (Part4)

Part 4: Housing is Healthcare

Analyssa Cardenas and Mikaela Stiver speak with palliative care physician, Dr. Naheed Dosani, about his work with individuals experiencing homelessness or structurally-vulnerable conditions, the Region of Peel COVID19 Homeless Response, systemic inequities, advocacy in healthcare, and more! For more information, check out the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness and Recovery for All campaign, or follow Dr. Dosani on TwitterInstagram, & TikTok.

Episode transcript: Part 4: Housing is Healthcare

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Analyssa Cardenas & Mikaela Stiver
Executive Producer: Kyla Alsbury
Production Team: Analyssa Cardenas & Mikaela Stiver
Audio Editors: Bernice Lau & Mikaela Stiver
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Mikaela Stiver

Featured Speaker: Dr. Naheed Dosani


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Part 3: Perspectives on Living with Disability during the Pandemic

Rehabilitation Sciences Institute alumni Analyssa Cardenas & David Houston have a conversation with Dr. Susan Jaglal & John Shepherd from the University of Toronto to discuss the perspectives of people living with disability during COVID-19. We discuss handwashing and mindfulness for those with spinal cord injury.

Episode transcript: Part 3: Perspectives on living with disability during the pandemic

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Analyssa Cardenas & David Houston
Executive Producer: Kyla Alsbury
Production Team: Kyla Alsbury & Lucas Crosby
Audio Editors: Lucas Crosby & Nivetha Chandran
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Mikaela Stiver

Featured Speakers:
Dr. Susan Jaglal, PhD, Interim Chair, Dept. of Physical Therapy  John Shepperd, PhD Student, RSI


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Part 2: Working as a PT during the pandemic

Mikaela Stiver and Kyla Alsbury have a virtual sit down with fellow PhD student, Michelle Legasto, about her experiences working as a physical therapist during the pandemic. In particular, Michelle shares how she coped with working in a new environment, the unique challenges she faced in long-term care, and some of the strategies that she and her colleagues used to maintain their own mental health.

Episode transcript: Part 2: Working as a PT during the pandemic

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Mikaela Stiver & Kyla Alsbury
Executive Producer: Kyla Alsbury
Production Team: Mikaela Stiver, Kyla Alsbury, & Lucas Crosby
Audio Editors: Mikaela Stiver & Kyla Alsbury
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Mikaela Stiver

Featured Speaker:
Michelle Legasto, PT, MScPT, Hon. BSc.


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Part 1: The Role of Rehabilitation in COVID-19

MSc-PT students Bernice Lau & Chelsea Chua have a conversation with Dr. Larry Robinson, Siobhan Donaghy & Jennifer Shaffer from St. John’s Rehab at Sunnybrook hospital to discuss the role of rehabilitation in response to COVID-19. The WHO presentation referred to in the podcast can be viewed here.

Episode transcript: Part 1: The Role of Rehabilitation

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Bernice Lau & Chelsea Chua
Executive Producer: Kyla Alsbury
Production Team: Bernice Lau, Lucas Crosby
Audio Editors: Mikaela Stiver & Lucas Crosby
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Mikaela Stiver

Featured Speakers:
Dr. Larry Robinson, St. John’s Rehab, Sunnybrook Hospital
Siobhan Donaghy, OT, St. John’s Rehab, Sunnybrook Hospital
Jennifer Shaffer, PT, St. John’s Rehab, Sunnybrook Hospital


Episode 3

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Author Panel on Rehabilitation & Technology

In this episode we invited authors from Issue 8 of rehabINK — Technology: Adapting the future of rehabilitation — to discuss the current state of technology in rehabilitation, and where this field is headed in the future. With the state of technology rapidly evolving our hosts Kyla & Ana chat with our guests about advancements, concerns, and areas for collaboration in the technology field. To close the discussion we find out what it meant for our guests to publish an article for rehabINK!

Episode transcript: Transcript – Episode 3 (Issue 8 Author Panel)

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Kyla Alsbury & Analyssa Cardenas
Executive Producers: Julia Rybkina
Production Team: Julia Rybkina, Lucas Crosby & Kyla Alsbury
Audio Editors: Lucas Crosby, Kyla Alsbury, Bernice Lau, & Mikaela Stiver
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Michelle Legasto & Reeman Marzouqah

Featured Speakers:
Alexandra Krassikova, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Insiya Bhalloo, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Kai Ian Leung, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Nithin Jacob, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute
Vahid Anwari, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute


Episode 2

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3D Printed Face Shields

Overwhelmed by COVID-19 and need a good news fix? In this episode, RSI Master’s student Vahid Anwari shares about a 3D printing project to supply face shields for healthcare professionals in need.

Episode transcript: Transcript – Episode 2 (3D Face Shields)

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Kyla Alsbury & Analyssa Cardenas
Executive Producers: Kyla Alsbury & Lucas Crosby
Production Team: Julia Rybkina & Analyssa Cardenas
Audio Editors: Lucas Crosby & Julia Rybkina
Music: Kyla Alsbury & Kyle Nealy
Promotional illustrations: Zara Szigeti

Featured Speakers:
Vahid Anwari, MSc Student, Rehabilitation Sciences Institute


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Women & Brain Health: Why sex and gender matter [RSI Speaker Series event recap]

Through a recap the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute Speaker Series event on Women and Brain Health, Julia and Kyla discuss why sex and gender must be considered in health research as well as the impact of hormonal and connectivity changes to women’s brains after injury. They share snippets of the presentations given by Dr. Gillian Einstein, Melissa Biscardi, and Dr. Reema Shafi.

Episode transcript: Transcript- Episode 1 (Women & Brain Health)

Episode credits:
Podcast Hosts: Julia Rybkina & Kyla Alsbury
Executive Producer: Julia Rybkina
Production Team: Adora Chui, Lucas Crosby, Kyla Alsbury, & Remi Lu
Audio Editors: Nithin Jacob & Stephanie Posa

Featured Speakers:
Professor Gillian Einstein, Psychology Department, University of Toronto; Guest Professor of Gender and Health, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
Melissa Biscardi, RN, BScN, MSc
Reema Shafi, PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.)
More information about the RSI Speaker Series: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/rsi-speaker-series-28192166351