Martine Quesnel, BSc, MScPT
Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and Lecturer, Ontario Internationally Educated Physical Therapy Bridging Program
Department of Physical Therapy
160-500 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1V7
Martine Quesnel is a physiotherapist, lecturer, and the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education and Mentorship for the Ontario Internationally Educated Physical Therapy Bridging (OIEPB) Program. She graduated from the BSc PT program at the University of Ottawa in 1998 and completed the MSc PT Advanced Standing program at the University of Toronto in 2010 with a research focus on peer mentorship.
Martine is a clinician with a broad spectrum of clinical experience in various practice settings, both remote and abroad, and along the continuum of care.
Quesnel, M., King, J., Guilcher, S., Evans, C. (2012). The Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Canadian Master of Physical Therapy Students Regarding Peer Mentorship. Physiotherapy Canada, 64(1), 65-76.
King, J., Quesnel, M. (2012). Clinicians’ Commentary on Ezzat & Maly. Physiotherapy Canada, 64(1), 86-87.
Tousignant, M., Boucher, N., Bourbonnais, J., Gravelle, T., Quesnel, M., Brosseau, L. (2001). Intratester and Intertester Reliability of the Cybex Electronic Digital Inclinometer (EDI-320) for Measurement of Active Neck Flexion and Extension in Healthy Subjects. Manual Therapy, 6(4), 235-241.
Tabrizi, P., McIntyre, W. M. J., Quesnel, M., Howard, A. W. (2000). Limited Dorsiflexion Predisposes to Injuries of the Ankle in Children. J Bone Joint Surg Br,82(8), 1103-6.
Martine’s primary area of research has focused on peer mentorship.
Martine leads the clinical education curriculum for the OIEPB program. She is also the Co-coordinator for the Fundamental Systems Review, Integrated Systems Review and Physiotherapy Practice courses of the OIEPB program.
Lecturer, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto