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Each year, special recognition is given to current MSOT members to acknowledge their 25th anniversary as an active member of MSOT. Recipients are presented a certificate of recognition and a small gift of appreciation at the OT Celebration Night. One long-serving member will also receive one year free membership dues.
The Mary Judd Research Award is designed to encourage and contribute to the growth of research on occupational performance and occupational therapy within Manitoba.
The winner receives up to a maximum $1000 in financial support towards their research.
The award is presented to the recipient at OT Celebration Night.
The MSOT Book Prize is awarded each year to the student who attains the second-highest standing in the final year of University of Manitoba studies.
The award is a $100.00 gift certificate from the University of Manitoba Bookstore, presented by a MSOT representative at the School of Medical Rehabilitation’s October Convocation Luncheon and Awards Ceremony.
Students must have carried a full, normal course load during the final year to qualify for.
The MSOT Student Research Award is granted to the University of Manitoba Occupational Therapy student with the highest marks in Statistics and Research Methods (OT 6350). The winner receives $100 at the School of Medical Rehabilitation’s December Awards Ceremony.
The MSOTRF Presentation Award provides financial support towards the presentation of original research findings by occupational therapists presenting at a national or international scientific meeting.
The Outstanding Occupational Therapists Award was established in 1989 as a means to honour an MSOT member who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession (MSOT Board members are not eligible while in office).