Brenda Mori BScPT, MSc, PhD
Associate Professor
Physical Therapy
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T: (416) 946-8646
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Location
Rehabilitation Sciences Building
160-500 University Avenue, Floor 8
Toronto, ON, M5G 1V7
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Research Interests
Practice Science, Faculty Development, Learner Assessment and Learning in the Clinical Environment

Dr. Mori is the Director of Clinical Education and Community Affairs at the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto and leads the clinical education curriculum for the Entry level MScPT degree program. She graduated from University of Toronto with a BScPT degree and an MSc and PhD degree with the Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Science. She is a graduate of the Education Scholars Program (ESP) at the Centre for Faculty Development and is currently the Director of the ESP. Her scholarly interests are in the areas of faculty development, learner assessment and learning in the clinical environment. In her PhD studies, she led the development of the new Canadian measure to assess physiotherapy students in the clinical education setting.

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Recent Publications

  1. Mori B, Quesnel M, Wojkowski S. The Student Perspective of their Experience at Clinical Placements: Using a Modified Delphi Methodology to Engage Physiotherapy Stakeholders in Revising the National Form. Physiotherapy Canada
  2. Yeldon J, Wilson R, Laferrière J, Arseneau G, Gu, BSc S, Hall M, Norman KE, Yoshida K, Mori B. Let's Talk about the Talk: Exploring the Experience of Discussing Student Performance at the Mid-and Final Points of the Clinical Internship. Physiotherapy Canada. 2018 Aug;70(3):240-8.
  3. Mori B, Norman KE, Brooks D, Herold J, Beaton DE. Evidence of Reliability, Validity and Practicality for the Canadian Physiotherapy Assessment of Clinical Performance. Physiotherapy Canada 2016 Spring;68(2):152-169
  4. Mori B, Norman KE, Brooks D, Herold J, Beaton DE. (2016). Canadian Physiotherapy Assessment of Clinical Performance: Face and Content Validity. Physiotherapy Canada. 68(1): 64-72.
  5. Onyura, B., Baker, L., Millar, B-A., Ng, S., & Mori, B. "A mandala of faculty development: using theory-based evaluation to explore contexts, mechanisms and outcomes." Advances in Health Sciences Education (2016): 1-22.