Temitope Osifeso awarded a CIHR Doctoral Research Award: Canada Graduate Scholarship

Congratulations to Temitope Osifeso (PhD candidate) on receiving a 3-year doctoral research award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research!

Temitope is conducting her doctoral research, Shoulder Health Conditions among Firefighters, under Dr. Joy MacDermid’s supervision at Western University’s School of Physical Therapy.

Temitope’s study will explore the perspective of firefighters and clinicians on the causes and management of work-related shoulder disorders.

To participate in Temitope’s study: click here

Temitope’s Master’s of Science research:
Distribution of Number, Location of Pain and Comorbidities, and Determinants of Work Limitations among Firefighters [Scientific Publication]

Self-Reported Work Limitations in Canadian Firefighters based on their Body Pain [Lay Summary]

Work limitations in Canadian firefighters based on their body pain [Video]