Faculty of Health Sciences

Peer Coaching: In clinical health-care settings

Rick Ladyshwesky

Rick Ladyshewsky has authored two books on the topic of peer coaching.

Visiting Lecturer: Rick Ladyshwesky

Learning with and from peers in the clinical education health-care setting

Thursday, September 26, 2013

About Rick Ladyshwesky

Rick Ladyshwesky, PhD, is a professor at the Curtin University (Australia) Business School and an international expert in the field of peer coaching within clinical health care settings. He has authored two books on the topic of peer coaching, including Peer Coaching: A strategy to promote promote problem solving skills (2011).

A registered Physiotherapist, he works closely with the Canadian Registration Boards for Licensing and Examination of Entry-Level Physical Therapists. He also serves as a lecturer and Academic Co-Coordinator of Clinical Education Training Programs for the University of Toronto’s School of Physical Therapy.

In addition to his clinical and academic appointments, Rick has extensive experience as a consultant and has worked with institutions and agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom.

For more information, contact: Ann MacPhail - amacpha3@uwo.ca

Parking (5$ coin entry) is available in the Huron Flats lot located next to TD Stadium.