Elizabeth  Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor


Elizabeth is an Associate Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at the University of Alberta, Edmonton Canada. She holds a Doctorate in Education - her research was entitled "Siblings Growing up with a Sibling with Schizophrenia". A community advocate, she has developed programs for those who live with mental illness; woman and children leaving abusive situations, and "Streetworks" a Harm Reduction Program. She is the Chairman of The House Next Door Society, a program that provides housing and support for those living with severe persistent mental illness. Awards have included: the Alan Blizzard Teaching Award for Interprofessional work; the Dr. Helen P. LeVesconte Award for professional service; a Fellowship in the Canadian Association for her work in developing the current national educational accreditation program. She is a consultant in education for the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing, Canadian Physical Therapy Association and the Ontario Government Graduate School Council. She is President of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

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Original Research 17 September 2010

Understanding rural practice: implications for occupational therapy education in Canada

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