Fall 2020 (August to December)

The Faculty of Health Sciences’ main priority is to bring you the most accurate and updated information regarding the Fall term 2020 and practicums. We are committed to your academic success and remain available to support you virtually! 

Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences (Last updated: August 19th, 2020)

The Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences - Update for Undergraduate and Graduate Courses offered during the 2021 Winter Session 

The Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences is planning to continue distance/online-course offerings for all HSS (Health Sciences) and POP (Population Health)-coded courses for the Winter semester.  More information about specific HSS/POP courses can be obtained from each course professor. 

Students should be advised to maintain the course schedule for all courses (e.g. do not schedule yourself for work/volunteering etc during class time) as the original course time-table will be used for a variety of course activities including: lectures, course discussions, office hours, assessments (quizzes, tests, midterms etc). Once again, each course professor will communicate their individual plans to their class.  

Please note that we are not aware of the status of non-HSS, non-POP coded courses- this will be the decision of the host academic unit or Faculty.  Students will have to contact professors or administrative personnel for these non-HSS, non-POP coded courses. 

School of Human Kinetics (Last updated: August 26th, 2020)

Announcement regarding courses during the Winter 2021 semester 

As a follow up to our previous communication regarding the Fall 2020 semester courses being offered primarily via distance, we want to inform you that the Faculty of Health Sciences is planning to continue offering all courses by distance for the Winter 2021 semester, other than lab courses where distance offerings are not possible. The University has not yet made an official statement about course offerings in the winter, but as a proactive measure and to help students prepare for the year, the Faculty has decided to maintain a distance learning model for the winter.  

At present, only these courses will require students to be on campus for in person learning: 

  • APA 2314-2714  
  • APA 3125-3525  
  • APA 3324  
  • APA 4160-4560 

All other courses will be offered by distance as was done in the Fall 2020 semester.  It is important to keep in mind that despite the distance learning, the official course scheduling must be respected since some, if not all of the synchronous course activities will be held during the designated course schedule. Be sure to check Brightspace (on Virtual Campus) often to see information posted by professors explaining how the course will be delivered and what online platform they will be using. 


Information session for the School of Human Kinetics and reminder concerning courses for the Fall 2020 (1st year students only)

For first year students, all of your APA and LSR courses will be offered via distance. We understand that this may prove challenging for some of you and we want to stress that the School will be doing everything possible to support you throughout this process. As a first step, we will be hosting a mandatory orientation meeting via Zoom Tuesday September 8thfrom 10:30 am to noon.

The Agenda for the meeting is as follows:

  • Opening Remarks – Dr. Michael A. Robidoux, SHK Director (5 mins)
  • Welcome to the Faculty – Dean Lucie Thibault (5 mins)
  • School and program specific presentation – Dr. Alexandra Arellano, Undergraduate Director (30 mins
  • Academic Office Presentation – AO Staff (15 mins)
  • Human Kinetics Student Association (HKSA) – Hannah GrominskyHKSA President; Jameel Kara HKSA VP Academic (5 mins)
  • Question period – answered by all (20 mins)

For detailed instructions and a link to the Zoom meeting, please check your email inbox.


Important details concerning courses for all students at the School of Human Kinetics (SHK) 

All APA and LSR courses will be offered via distance with a few exceptions:  
  • APA 3114: the lab portion will have an on-campus lab component in November; 
  • APA 4111: this course may have some internship hours with certain organizations that can be at the work place;  
  • APA 4100: the research project may require on-campus presence for certain projects (to be managed by your supervisor).  

Please keep in mind that despite the distance learning, the official course scheduling must be respected since some, if not all of the course activities will be held during the designated course schedule. Be sure to check Brightspace (on Virtual Campus) often to see information posted by professors explaining how the course will be delivered and what online platform they will be using.  

School of Nursing (Last updated: August 26th, 2020)

Working during Clinical Placement Information (for 3rd and 4th year Nursing students at all campuses) 

We have heard from our Ottawa area clinical partner agencies that work with students in terms of your ability to continue to work in a clinical setting and participate in your clinical learning simultaneously this fall. Each agency has their own policy on this issue, but we will provide the high level meaning per agency below.  

Regardless of agency, if you are from outside of Canada you must self-isolate for 14 days prior to engaging in learning at any agency or on campus. All agencies will require you to do some form of COVID-19 screening (your clinical instructors will communicate the specifics based on the agency you will be assigned to prior to starting your rotation). All agencies will not allow you to enter if your self-screening (that they assign for you to use) is positive until you have either self-isolated for 14 days without developing symptoms, have tested negative based on their protocol, and or have full recovered from your COVID symptoms and are cleared to return. Extensive missed time, like previous years, may mean that your clinical instructors are unable to evaluate your ability to display and meet the course objectives. Thus, we do ask you to be vigilant in public health recommendations in all aspects of your life while you are in clinical. We have very little access to clinical and thus may not have the ability to accommodate extra time for individuals to be evaluated during each course offering. For all agencies they do not accept any student learners who are also working on a unit that is designated for COVID in patients.  

The Ottawa Hospital (TOH): You can continue to work in all clinical type positions including Long Term Care and Retirement residents. However, if there is an active outbreak of COVID at the site (regardless of unit) you are not permitted to engage in your clinical learning at their site (see above comments about self-isolation periods and/or testing). Please remember active outbreak in LTC means 1 verified case in either a staff member or resident.  

The Montfort Hospital:  You can continue to work in all clinical type positions including Long Term Care and Retirement residents. However, if there is an active outbreak of COVID at the site (regardless of unit) you are not permitted to engage in your clinical learning at their site (see above comments about self-isolation periods and/or testing). Please remember active outbreak in LTC means 1 verified case in either a staff member or resident. 

The Queensway Carlton: You can continue to work in all clinical type positions including Long Term Care and Retirement residents. However, if there is an active outbreak of COVID at the site (regardless of unit) you are not permitted to engage in your clinical learning at their site (see above comments about self-isolation periods and/or testing). Please remember active outbreak in LTC means 1 verified case in either a staff member or resident.  

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO): You can continue to work in all clinical type positions including Long Term Care and Retirement residents. However, if there is an active outbreak of COVID at the site you will be required to wear you PPE, complete additional information on the outbreak and have this assessed by CHEO’s office of health and wellness to do a determination of your risk status. CHEO’s health and wellness will determine if you are permitted on site based on this assessment. Please remember active outbreak in LTC means 1 verified case in either a staff member or resident.  

The Royal Ottawa: You can continue to work in non-long term care clinical environments at the same time you are a student as long as there is no active COVID outbreak on your unit (e.g. a staff member or patient is positive). If you do work in either long term care (except for The Royal Ottawa Place) or on a unit where there was a positive COVID-19 case you have to wait a 14 days since your last shift and without symptoms before you are permitted to attend a student learning clinicals at the Royal. You cannot work simultaneously in LTC and be a student learner at the Royal Ottawa even if there is no COVID-19 outbreak at the Royal. 

Ottawa Public Health: You can continue to work in all clinical type positions including Long Term Care and Retirement residents. However, if there is an active outbreak of COVID at the site (regardless of unit) you are not permitted to engage in your clinical learning at their site (see above comments about self-isolation periods and/or testing). Please remember active outbreak in LTC means 1 verified case in either a staff member or resident. 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (HBScN) students who attend the Pembroke campus:  The general information in the first two paragraphs apply to you. In terms of specifics for the clinical agencies that Pembroke campus partners with a message with specific details for those hospitals will be sent directly to you from the Pembroke campus. 


 Important information for uOttawa Main Campus Students ONLY  

  1. For 2nd year students going into 3rd year 

We just received confirmation today that those of you whose 2nd year clinical was suspended due to COVID 19 in the winter/spring are approved to return to campus for Blitz Days between August 10 and 28. As mentioned in the townhall the Blitz Days are different than the regular labs for the course and will help you develop your skills and competencies to support your success in 3rd year.   

You will be asked to be here for 2 consecutive days for a total of 9 hours in the Nursing Skill Lab and Simulation Centre. Your schedule will be posted on Brightspace. 

  1. Letter for employer for short notice time off for Blitz Days 

Here is a PDF of a template letter you can print and give to your employer if you need support for the short notice to attend Blitz Days on campus. This letter is written in a way that it works for all students who need to come back in August for Blitz Days regardless of year of study. 

More details will follow next week about the COVID-19 precautions for when you are on campus. We continue to work with the hospital partners on the restrictions that may be in place for those anyone working in a long-term care and needing to be in acute care for clinical. A firm answer should arrive early next week. 


Fall Semester News for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year students (Main Campus) – July 22, 2020

Theory courses will be delivered in a distance/virtual format this fall semester. This has not changed. However, this fall, we will be back in-person for the clinical and the lab activities for students in 3rd- and 4th-year as these activities are essential components of your nursing education. These in-person activities (in-hospital/agency clinical experiences and in-person labs and simulations) are necessary to ensure you have reached the program learning outcomes and can provide safe nursing care to the public. For those of you entering 2nd year, we are working on virtual activities to support your health assessment course labs and are optimistic of your return in the winter semester for your in-person labs and in-hospital clinical experience but again confirmation will not come until later in the fall.

Therefore, for all of you entering 3rd- and 4th-year, in-person labs at the University of Ottawa campus (Lees campus) are scheduled as well as in-hospital/agency clinical experiences. However, these have been organized differently to decrease the number of students in these areas at one time. Presently, the activities in the Nursing skill and simulation centre are focused on actual practice and not on didactic content to decrease the amount of time on campus and the number of students in each lab room. So, instead of 12-16 students in a lab at one time, there will be about 8 students and 1 facilitator so that each student works at a bedside on their own without sharing with a partner. In order to accomplish this, all didactic material for the lab (e.g. power points, quizzes) will be made available online and each student will have to complete this material to be permitted access to the lab. Thus, time in the actual lab will be about 50% and thus will provide each student the time to complete their didactic preparation. The labs and clinical days are in your academic timetable and you will be notified by the lab manager/facilitators which days you are expected to be in-person. Similarly, you will find the in-person clinical days in HSPnet.

In-Person Clinical Activities for the Fall Semester 

The clinicians at the hospitals in collaboration with the School of Nursing and the University have determined the safety of student return and the appropriateness of student learning environment. Part of the determination was to ensure that hospitals have all the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) available for students just as it is for their staff. We have also determined that, at this stage, no students in group placements will be assigned to any patients suspected or confirmed of having COVID-19. Each hospital has slightly different protocols for such elements as daily screening for entry into the hospital and all those details will be communicated at a clinical group level when it is closer to the time to start. Again, there are some changes. To decrease congestion on nursing units, only half the usual number of students will be permitted to be on the unit at one time. Therefore, for the fall, your in-person clinical hours will be about 50% less but we are scheduling some weekend days where we are permitted by the hospital to increase your clinical hours closer to the 60% as clinical experience is critical to your success and safe practice. All post conferences will be conducted virtually. Moreover, we have a suite of virtual simulations that target the specific courses (e.g., complex care, med-surg, mental health) to supplement the decrease in clinical hours on the units. We are optimistic that these restrictions of in-person group sizes (both in the lab and in the clinical milieu) may become less if the present situation remains stable and/or improves.  

The University, Faculty, and School are organizing all the needed signage, hand sanitizer, cleaning protocols, screening, etc. for your return to the campus. All students will be required to wear a cloth mask for the protection of others while in the Nursing skill and simulation centre as well as any indoor buildings on campus.


A message from the Director of the School of Nursing: Important follow-up for Nursing students regarding Fall 2020 labs and placements

Please note that if you receive any messages from the University that state you do not have to be on campus in the fall that is for theory courses only and does not apply to nursing labs or clinical placements. The School of Nursing is working with our hospital and clinical agency partners to resume clinical activities as well as lab/simulation activities as soon as possible. This will be mandatory to your program when confirmed and will comply with public health recommendations.

In terms of the fall, I will be in touch as plans develop. Presently, we are planning various approaches to offer in-person lab and clinical placements. At this point, we cannot guarantee what the fall will look like but we are anticipating that you would need to be in Ottawa if you are going into year 3 or year 4 of your studies but this is not firm at this time. If you are in 4th year, we are hoping to be able to bring you back to campus around the last 10-14 days of August for lab/simulation “boot camp” prior to starting complex care. However, this will depend on public health recommendations and is not yet confirmed. More information will follow as soon as available. In other words, I would not sign a lease yet on an apartment in Ottawa.

Year 3 going into Year 4

Unfortunately, the situation in the clinical care agencies are such that we will have to support the clinical learning, for those whose clinical rotation was suspended or cancelled, with virtual activities. Regardless if you are in need of OBS or Peds, these online activities are very robust, and will be facilitated by an instructor to work with you in groups and will have mandatory assignments so that you reach the objectives of the course. These virtual clinical simulations/case studies will be conducted in August after you have completed the lab content. Therefore, at this stage students going from year 3 to year 4 may be asked to come 10-14 days before the start of semester for lab and simulation boot camp. 

Natalie St. Jacques has sent out the information about the lab components for both courses (OBS and Peds).

Year 2 going into Year 3

Unfortunately, the situation in the clinical care agencies are such that we will have to support the clinical learning for those whose clinical rotation was suspended or cancelled with virtual activities. These activities are very robust and will be facilitated by an instructor to work with you in groups and will have mandatory assignments so that you reach the objectives of the course. These virtual clinical simulations/case studies will be conducted in August. You have all completed your lab and simulations for the introduction to nursing practice course. Evaluations will be done using a formative process when we can be in person again.

Year 1 going into Year 2

Given that all theory classes will be virtual this coming semester and that access to the lab will be reduced in the fall we are developing distance and online methods for your health assessment labs. Therefore, we do not need you to move back to campus for the fall semester but are planning your return for the winter semester.

School of Nutrition Sciences (Last updated: August 31, 2020)

Questions et réponses au sujet des cours et stages du Baccalauréat spécialisé sciences des aliments et de la nutrition (pour étudiant(e)s de 2e, 3e, et 4e année) 

Question 1 : Est-ce que les cours (magistraux et de laboratoire) seront donnés à distance ou en présentiel? 

Réponse : Tous les cours ayant une cote NUT seront offerts à distance pour le trimestre d’automne 2020, incluant les cours avec une composante de laboratoire ou d’apprentissage expérientiel (par ex. : simulations, jeux de rôle, etc.). Les cours seront probablement aussi offerts à distance au trimestre d’hiver 2021, sauf le cours Sciences des aliments II (NUT1524) avec une composante de laboratoire qui sera offert en présentiel au campus Lees.  Plus de détails incluant les mesures de protection sanitaires vous seront acheminés dans le courant du trimestre d’automne. Pour les cours n’ayant pas une cote « NUT », vous recevrez de l’information directement des facultés qui offrent ces cours. 

Question 2 : Est-ce que je dois me procurer de l’équipement, du matériel ou des logiciels supplémentaires pour suivre les cours à distance? 

Réponse : Vous aurez besoin d’un ordinateur, d’une connexion à l’internet à haute vitesse et d’une caméra web. En principe, il ne devrait pas y avoir de frais supplémentaires occasionnés par l’apprentissage à distance. Vos professeurs préciseront dans vos plans de cours ce que vous devrez vous procurer pour suivre chaque cours. Il se pourrait que du matériel ou des licences vous soient envoyés par la poste ou transférés par courriel, mais les frais seront assumés par l’École des sciences de la nutrition. 

Question 3 : Est-ce que les cours seront donnés en mode synchrone, asynchrone ou hybride?   

Réponse : Chaque professeur a choisi le mode de livraison le plus approprié à son cours. Veuillez consulter votre compte Brightspace (accès via le campus virtuel dans uoZone) pour plus d’information. Les cours et évaluations donnés en mode synchrone auront lieu au moment désigné à ce cours dans votre horaire.  

Questions et réponses au sujet des stages de formation pratique pour l’option sciences de la nutrition 

  

Question 4 : Quand le stage en gestion des services alimentaires (NUT2511 ou NUT3511) sera-t-il offert? 

Réponse : À partir de cette année, tous les stages en gestion des services alimentaires (NUT2511 ou NUT3511) seront offerts aux mois de mai et juin de la 3e année de formation. Le Bureau de la gestion du risque fera un suivi par courriel avec vous, afin de clarifier les exigences pré-stages que vous devez obligatoirement soumettre. 

Question 5 : Est-ce que les stages sont offerts en personne ou à distance? 

Réponse : Bien que le programme priorise les stages en présentiel, il est possible que certains stages ou sections de stages soient offerts à distance (avec des activités et de la supervision en mode virtuel). Les modalités reliées à chaque stage varient en fonction des superviseurs et des milieux de stage. Un suivi individualisé sera effectué avec les étudiants par l’équipe de la formation pratique.  

Question 6 : Quand se dérouleront mes stages? 

Réponse : Pour les étudiants commençant leur 2e année à l’automne 2020, le stage en gestion des services alimentaires est prévu au trimestre du printemps/été 2022. 

Pour les étudiants commençant leur 3e année à l’automne 2020, le stage en gestion des services alimentaires est prévu au trimestre de printemps/été 2021. 

Pour les étudiants commençant leur 4e année à l’automne 2020, les stages en nutrition clinique, en nutrition publique et santé des populations, ainsi qu’en milieux variés sont prévus aux trimestres d’hiver et d’été 2021. Il est cependant à noter qu’il est fort possible que la période de stage doive s’étirer pendant le trimestre d’automne 2021, pour rattraper le retard créé par la pandémie de la COVID-19 sur la cohorte d’étudiants précédente.  

Malheureusement, pour toutes les cohortes en cours, il est présentement impossible de garantir les dates de début et de fin des différents stages. Le tout dépendra de l’évolution de la pandémie et de la capacité des milieux de stages/superviseurs à accueillir nos étudiants. Un suivi individualisé sera effectué avec les étudiants par l’équipe de la formation pratique.  

Question 7 : Quelles sont les mesures mises en place pour les stages en présentiel? 

Réponse : Chaque milieu de stage est évalué individuellement et doit répondre à plusieurs critères en matière de sécurité et de contrôle des infections. La Faculté des sciences de la santé demande que l’exposition des étudiants en nutrition aux patients suspectés ou confirmés COVID-19 soit limitée. La Faculté s’attend aussi à ce que tout étudiant allant dans un milieu clinique s’engage à limiter son exposition et la propagation de la COVID-19 en respectant différentes mesures d’hygiène, en portant l’équipement de protection individuelle (ÉPI) de façon adéquate et en s’informant de toutes nouvelles mesures ou procédures en lien avec la COVID-19. Les milieux de stage cliniques sont responsables de fournir l’ÉPI. 


Important information (1st year students) for the start of term Fall 2020 at the School of Nutrition Sciences   

All courses will be online for the fall term and possibly for the winter term. It is very disappointing that we will not be able to welcome you to campus and meet with you in person, but the current situation has changed many things. We are continuing to work on getting courses ready for the fall and winter to make the student online experience engaging and instructive. We plan to give the laboratory courses in person at the winter terms if circumstances permit. There will be an orientation event to welcome you to the School of Nutrition Sciences at the beginning of September. You will have the opportunity to speak to the students in your cohort, members of the Nutrition Student Association (ADÉNUT), as well as professors, practical training coordinators and support staff. An invitation will be sent out when the date and time have been confirmed. We are also planning extra events throughout the year, like guest speakers, to assist with your training and involvement in the School and academic community.

This year we have two options for students to choose from, the Food Sciences option and the Nutrition Sciences option. For those who have a strong interest in nutritional sciences or who are considering becoming a Registered Dietitian, you may choose to specialize in the nutrition sciences option in the 2nd year of your program (registration in the spring of the 1st year).

We would like to share with you some information specific to the nutrition sciences option to guide you in your choice.

Requirements related to the Nutrition Sciences option of the Baccalaureate:

  • Since the Nutrition Sciences option is only offered in French to bilingual students, you will possibly be required to take a language test to demonstrate your oral and written language skills. Please contact the Academic Office of the Faculty of Health Sciences (healthsc@uottawa.ca) to see if this requirement applies to you.
    • Newly admitted students can write the language test with the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) as of August 7th or choose to write the test after having completed their first year of studies.
  • For more information on the language test, please consult the following OLBI link: https://olbi.uottawa.ca/school-nutrition-sciences-admissions-test
  • Students interested in pursuing the Nutrition Sciences option have to take the course FRA 1710 in their first semester rather than ENG 1100.
  • You will be required to complete various requirements related to the practical training (internships), including verification of your police record, completion of an immunization record (vaccinations), as well as various training courses during your bachelor's degree, including one on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Information specific to internships
    • Internships in the program usually take place in the Champlain region (see map in Appendix) but may also be held in more distant areas of Ontario. Internships in the province of Québec are very limited. Most of the time, it is necessary to assign Québec students to internships in the province of Ontario.
  • Students must find their own transportation to their practicum sites. If it is not possible to travel on a daily basis, they will have to find a place to reside for the duration of the internship.
  • Costs associated with the various placements must be borne by the students. Students should expect to do at least one of their internships in an area outside the City of Ottawa.

 

School of Rehabilitation Sciences (Last updated: August 6th, 2020)

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Étudiants en physiothérapie 

Veuillez consulter le document Politique sanitaire pour les laboratoires pratiques en physiothérapie qui contient des renseignements importants relatifs aux laboratoires.  

Étudiants de 1ère année en ergothérapie 

À l’Université d’Ottawa, les cours théoriques se feront à distance au cours du trimestre d’automne 2020. Cependant, l’université a autorisé que certains laboratoires ainsi que les stages cliniques soient offerts en personne. Parmi ceux-ci, il y a plusieurs laboratoires du programme d’ergothérapie, Ces laboratoires en personne sont prévus aux dates suivantes :  

  • 6 octobre en après-midi 
  • 13 octobre en avant-midi 
  • 15 octobre en après-midi 
  • 19 octobre en avant-midi 
  • 20 octobre en après-midi 
  • 22 octobre en après-midi 
  • 2 novembre en avant-midi 
  • 4 novembre en avant-midi 
  • 5 novembre en après-midi 
  • 6 novembre en après-midi 
  • 16 novembre en avant-midi et en après-midi 
  • 17 novembre en après-midi 
  • 19 novembre, 30 minutes par étudiants, répartis sur toute la journée 
  • 20 novembre en après-midi 
  • 23 novembre en avant-midi 
  • 26 novembre, heures à déterminer 
  • 27 novembre en avant-midi 
  • 30 novembre en après-midi 
  • 2 décembre en avant-midi, révision facultative 
  • 3 décembre, 30 minutes par étudiants, entre 12h et 18h 
  • 4 décembre en avant-midi 

Si la situation sanitaire demeure stable (pas de nouvelles éclosions importantes), vous aurez aussi un premier stage clinique qui se déroulera du 9 au 22 décembre.   

Des directives précises sur les règles sanitaires à suivre pendant vos laboratoires vous seront transmises dans un message ultérieur. Ces règles, incluant le port du masque dans les lieux publics fermés, devront être suivies par tous pour assurer la protection de chacun de nous et de nos familles et amis. 

Nous aurons des activités d’accueil virtuelles les 8 et 9 septembre prochain. Nous profiterons de ces journées pour mieux nous connaître, pour vous donner la chance de rencontrer vos professeurs et vos collègues de 2e année de formation et pour préparer les deux années à venir. Une séance d’information commune pour tous les programmes de l’École des sciences de la réadaptation (programmes d’audiologie et orthophonie; d’ergothérapie; et de physiothérapie) vous offrira une vue d’ensemble de diverses ressources qui seront à votre disposition au cours de ces deux années. Nous apporterons aussi des précisions sur l’horaire/le calendrier de la première année de formation, des informations sur les règles universitaires, ainsi que l’organisation de vos stages cliniques.  

D’ici là, si vous avez des questions : 

  • Nous tiendrons une séance de questions/réponses sur la plateforme Zoom 
  • Le 24 juillet 2020 à 9 h heure normale de l’Est  
  • Vous pouvez aussi communiquer avec le Bureau des études de la Faculté des sciences de la santé pour toute question relative à votre dossier, à : scsante@uottawa.ca.  
  • L’association des étudiants en ergothérapie vous invite à vous joindre au groupe Facebook "ERGO 1ères et 2ièmes années 2020-2021" avec le lien suivant https://www.facebook.com/groups/962441734179603/  

Étudiants de 2e année en ergothéraphie  

Voici quelques informations qui vous aideront à vous préparer à votre deuxième année au programme d’ergothérapie, avec les adaptations prévues en raison de la situation de santé publique causée par la COVID-19.  

Comme vous l’avez peut-être déjà lu, à l’Université d’Ottawa, les cours théoriques se feront à distance au cours du trimestre d’automne 2020. Cependant, l’université a autorisé que certains laboratoires ainsi que les stages cliniques soient offerts en personne. Parmi ceux-ci, il y a plusieurs laboratoires du programme d’ergothérapie, les dates sont précisées sur l’horaire qui se trouve sur la page Brightspace de la cohorte 2019-2021. Il reste encore quelques dates à confirmer (surlignées en jaune sur l’horaire), surveillez les mises à jour qui seront affichées d’ici la fin du mois d’août.  

Des directives précises sur les règles sanitaires à suivre pendant vos laboratoires vous seront transmises dans un message ultérieur. Ces règles, incluant le port du masque dans les lieux publics fermés, devront être suivies par tous pour assurer la protection de chacun de nous et de nos familles et amis. 

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