About the award:
“With a mission to advance the recovery, health and life outcomes of people affected by acquired brain injury, Singer, Kwinter has established an Observership Awards Fund to enhance the professional knowledge and skills development of clinicians in Toronto Rehab’s Acquired Brain Injury Program.
Awardees, decided through a competitive application and peer review process, are provided an opportunity to visit a premiere centre or participate in an international conference to gain new insights and knowledge of best practice in the ABI setting. In turn, Toronto Rehab is committed to leading the dissemination of best practices and education at our hospital and beyond.” – Toronto Rehab Foundation
“The Best Practice Forum provides learning opportunity for staff in the Acquired Brain Injury Program (inpatient/outpatient services) on advanced clinical practices in the field of ABI. This includes lectures/presentations from visiting professors, clinicians, and Toronto Rehab clinical staff. Staff use this forum as an opportunity to share their experiences/learnings gained through site visits at other leading institutions and at international conferences in an effort to advance best practice at Toronto Rehab.
The Best Practice Forum on June 22nd, 2015 marked a special occasion to thank Singer Kwinter for their investment in Toronto Rehab through the establishment of the Singer Kwinter Observership Award. It provides opportunity for staff to share with Singer Kwinter and their colleagues the learnings made possible through this Award, and strategy for enhancing clinical care.” – Toronto Rehab Foundation
To view pictures from the June 22, 2015 presentation, please click here.