Patricia Solomon
Professor Emeritus, Rehabilitation Science

Patty Solomon is the Associate Dean (Health Sciences) and Director, School of Rehabilitation Science. Dr. Solomon is among the first rehabilitation scientists to develop a research program in the emerging area of HIV, disability and the role of rehabilitation. She has received CIHR funding for her research related to disability experienced by women living with HIV and on the influence of aging on adults living with HIV. She has been on the board of directors of two AIDS service organizations and is currently working with a team to examine HIV and disability in a global context.
Patty is also the past Assistant Dean of the Physiotherapy Program. She is interested in educational research and development and has published and consulted extensively in the areas of problem-based learning, educational innovation, interprofessional education and curriculum design. Dr. Solomon lead the initiative on interprofessional education within the Faculty of Health Sciences from 2005-2010 and established the Program for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (PIPER). She has received over $ 2.5 million in funding to support research and evaluation on interprofessional education and collaboration.
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