Mireille Landry, BScPT, MSc

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Lecturer, Unit 1&2 Co-Coordinator

Department of Physical Therapy
160-500 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1V7

Email:   mireille.landry@utoronto.ca
Phone:  
416-978-2180
Fax:        416-946-8562

Mireille Landry is a practicing physiotherapist and Lecturer in the department of Physical Therapy. Mireille is the Academic Lead for Unit 3 – Physical Therapy Practice II in the MScPT program. She received a BScPT from Queen’s University and a MSc from the Graduate Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Toronto. Mireille’s clinical background includes cardiorespiratory, musculoskeletal and sport and exercise physical therapy in acute care, private practice, and ambulatory care settings. In 2011, she became a Certified Diabetes Educator, one of few physiotherapists to hold that designation. She is also a Registered International Sports Physical Therapist, having attained her post graduate Sport Physiotherapy Diploma through Sport Physiotherapy Canada.  She is Mentor and Examiner for the Sport Physiotherapy Canada Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

Sutton EJ, Rolfe D, Landry M, Sternberg L, Price JAD. Cardiac rehabilitation and the therapeutic environment: the importance of physical, social, and symbolic safety for program participation among women. Journal of Advanced Nursing 2012;

Rolfe DE, Sutton EJ, Landry M, Sternberg L, Price JAD. Women’s experiences accessing a women-centered cardiac rehabilitation program – a qualitative study. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2010;25(4):332-341.

Price JAD, Landry M, Rolfe D, Delos-Reyes F, Groff L, Sternberg L. Women's Cardiac Rehabilitation: Improving Access Using Principles of Women's Health. Canadian Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 2005;15(3): 32-41.

Mireille is primarily involved in practice based research in women, cardiac rehabilitation and prevention through exercise.  Her graduate work investigated “multi-level correlates of women’s physical activity behavior following participation in a primary prevention program”. Other research interests include exercise in management of chronic conditions, leadership and physical therapy, and mentorship in sport physiotherapy.

Mireille teaches the clinical lab content in Unit 1&2 (Introduction and Cardiorespiratory and Exercise Physical Therapy).

In addition to departmental teaching, Mireille regularly provides educational sessions to the clinical community on topics such as exercise prescription, cardiac rehabilitation, and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in exercise and sport.

Lecturer, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto