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The Teaching and Learning Institute believes that it is the sharing and exchange of knowledge that develops and empowers Holland Bloorview’s people to achieve excellence in caring for our kids. We believe that the pathway to us being our best is through teaching others. Under the leadership of Dr. Golda Milo-Manson, our team ensures that Holland Bloorview combines the delivery of services to patients with research and teaching. Learn more about our leadership team below:

Dr. Golda Milo-MansonDr. Golda Milo-Manson, MHSc, MD, FRCPC

Vice President, Medicine and Academic Affairs
Developmental Paediatrician

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, University of Toronto

Dr. Golda Milo-Manson received her Medical Degree at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario in 1989. She received her Master of Health Science from McMaster University in 1986. Her clinical focus is in children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and children with sleep challenges. She is the Chair of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada Specialty Committee in Developmental Pediatrics.

 

Dr. Kathryn ParkerDr. Kathryn Parker, MA, PhD

Senior Director, Academic Affairs and Simulation Lead
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Fellow, AMS Phoenix Project
Assistant Professor, Department of Paediatrics, University of Toronto

Dr. Kathryn Parker received her PhD at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto in 2006. Her doctoral work focused on the development of an enhanced model for program evaluation which examines the value of measuring cognitive “readiness” when determining the merit of a continuing education program. She received her Master of Arts in Measurement and Evaluation from OISE in 1999. Kathryn has presented her work at various national and international conferences. She has presented posters illustrating her research on the stages of change model and the use of this model in program evaluation. She as also conducted numerous workshops on program evaluation, curriculum development and needs assessment in continuing education. Her primary scholarly interests include the development and evaluation of innovative methods of program development and evaluation, knowledge translation and change leadership in healthcare organizations.

 

Dr. Shauna KingsnorthDr. Shauna Kingsnorth, PhD

Lead, Evidence to Care, Teaching and Learning Institute
Clinical Study Investigator, Bloorview Research Institute

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Dr. Shauna Kingsnorth is the Lead of Evidence to Care, an organizational catalyst for knowledge translation in childhood disability and a Clinical Study investigator within the Centre for Leadership in Participation and Inclusion. She received her masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Toronto and then completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Childhood Disability at the Bloorview Research Institute. She also holds a certificate of advanced study in program evaluation from Claremont Graduate University. Her scholarly interests are in the areas of knowledge translation, systematic reviews, evidence-informed best practices and effective service models and interventions to optimize participation and inclusion among children with disabilities.

 

Darlene HubleyDarlene Hubley, MScCH, BScOT, OT Reg.

IPE Leader, Teaching and Learning Institute
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Centre 
Lecturer, Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, in the Rehabilitation Sciences Sector of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Darlene Hubley is the Interprofessional Education Leader at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. She is a Lecturer in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the University of Toronto. She completed her degree in occupational therapy at McGill University and has practiced in pediatrics rehabilitation for over 20 years. She received her MScCH with a focus on Health Practitioner Teacher Education from the University of Toronto in 2011. Darlene was awarded the Award of Merit for Excellence in Interprofessional Education from the University of Toronto in 2013. Her scholarly interests are in the areas of interprofessional education, simulation and faculty development.

 

Kimberlea Jones-GalleyKimberlea Jones-Galley, BPhEd, MEd

Student Coordinator, Teaching and Learning Institute
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital

Kim began her employment at Holland Bloorview in 1989. She has more than 20 years’ experience working with youth to advance their skills for independent living and developed an expertise working with youth in transition. Kim provided leadership to the organization’s Youth Advisory Council and The Independence Program. She joined the Teaching and Learning Institute in 2011 and completed her MEd at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) in 2012. As the Student Coordinator, Kim’s goal is to meet every student who comes to Holland Bloorview and ensure they have an optimal learning experience.