RSI's Monthly Awareness Project (MAP) - Autism Awareness Month

Apr 6, 2017
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11:00am–12:30pm
Details

MAKING STRIDES IN RESEARCH - AUTISM AWARENESS 

Light refreshments will be provided.
Live stream link: http://utrehab.adobeconnect.com/rsitalks

Presenters:

DR. YONA LUNSKY - "Innovative Approaches to Supporting ASD Families"
PATRICK JACHYRA  - "Examining Physical Activity and ASD"
MOIRA PENA - "Beyond Picky Eating: Feeding Challenges in Children with ASD"
CHRISTIE WELCH - "Autism Inside Out: An Analysis of Memoirs Written by Youth Who have Autism "

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The RSI Monthly Awareness Project (M.A.P) is a forum for research students in RSI to showcase the amazing research they are doing to community stakeholders as well as academic audiences. We coordinate themed topics for each speaking event, every few months - in honour of the awareness day or month for a given disease or health issue.

Each event incorporates both student and faculty presentations and interactive discussion around the health topics of concern, and the related research developments that are relevant to community stakeholders.  Participating in these events is a great way to contribute to knowledge translation, practice presentation skills, make community contacts, and gain greater exposure for your project and yourself, as a developing researcher.

Location
Rehabilitation Sciences Building, Rm 140
500 University Ave.
Toronto
M5G 1V7
Contact
Jessica Boafo | rsi.director@utoronto.ca
(416) 978-1675
2017-04-06 15:00:00 2017-04-06 16:30:00 UTC RSI's Monthly Awareness Project (MAP) - Autism Awareness Month MAKING STRIDES IN RESEARCH - AUTISM AWARENESS  Light refreshments will be provided.Live stream link: http://utrehab.adobeconnect.com/rsitalks Presenters: DR. YONA LUNSKY - "Innovative Approaches to Supporting ASD Families"PATRICK JACHYRA  - "Examining Physical Activity and ASD"MOIRA PENA - "Beyond Picky Eating: Feeding Challenges in Children with ASD"CHRISTIE WELCH - "Autism Inside Out: An Analysis of Memoirs Written by Youth Who have Autism " --- The RSI Monthly Awareness Project (M.A.P) is a forum for research students in RSI to showcase the amazing research they are doing to community stakeholders as well as academic audiences. We coordinate themed topics for each speaking event, every few months - in honour of the awareness day or month for a given disease or health issue. Each event incorporates both student and faculty presentations and interactive discussion around the health topics of concern, and the related research developments that are relevant to community stakeholders.  Participating in these events is a great way to contribute to knowledge translation, practice presentation skills, make community contacts, and gain greater exposure for your project and yourself, as a developing researcher. 500 University Ave. - Rehabilitation Sciences Building, Rm 140 discovery.commons@utoronto.ca