Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology

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My Co-op Experience at a Chiropractic Office

Science

Harpreet is a BPK student who has spent twelve months as a Therapy and Office Assistant at a Chiropractic Office.  She shares about what she has learned on the job including being able to prioritize on the job.

By: Harpreet Kaur Kambo 99 reads | 0 comments
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Gurkaran
Virdi
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SFU Co-op Student
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Discovering What It Takes - Physiotherapy Clinic

Physiotherapy Clinic

Joanne is a BPK co-op student who did her placement in a physiotherapy clinic.  In this co-op reflection she shares what her main duties were in the clinic and what she has learned about the position, working in a clinic, and about herself. 

By: Joanne Lau 286 reads | 0 comments
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Chris
Ferguson
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SFU Student
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The Lungpacer Experience

Lungpacer

My wide variety of responsibilities working with Lungpacer Medical facilitated the development of excellent collaborative skills and versatility as a member of the multidisciplinary team. This demanding work environment was no issue in such relevant, innovative, and hands-on medical research which inspired me to be passionate and enthusiastic.

By: Laura Bruulsema 380 reads | 0 comments
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Bryan
Lee
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SFU Student
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Not Your Typical Science Co-op

self directed work search

As a Biomedial Physiology major I always thought that my co-op placements would involve a lab, research of some sort or a hospital. Turns out working as a secretary at a physiotherapy clinic taught me so much more about how to work in the healthcare system than any of those seemingly more glamorous placements ever could. 

By: Kirsten Hinlopen 780 reads | 0 comments
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Margaret’s Co-op Experience: Two Job Positions with One Stone

Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology

Working at the CBI Health Clinic has certainly been a once in a life time experience. Taking on the challenge of working in a clinical environment that I was unfamiliar with has shown me skills I didn’t realize I possessed.  In gaining these skills, it helped keep me on board for an unexpected second term of co-op with a new position and new experiences.

By: Margaret Chang 970 reads | 0 comments
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My Co-op Experience: Be Open to the Unfamiliar

Co-op Reflections

Are you having a hard time landing that ideal Co-op job? But, what is ideal? Explore Jeanie’s experience this summer at the YWCA Health + Fitness Centre.  She shares her experience about how a job description might not stand out at first, but can lead to a stand-out placement.

By: Jeanie Luu 1916 reads | 0 comments
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Joshua's Job Tips: Branching Out and Standing Out at the BC Cancer Agency

Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology

Working in a huge building can be intimidating and make you feel very small, especially as a temporary Co-op student. Check out what Josh did to make sure everyone in the BC Cancer Research Center knew who he was!

By: Joshua Koehn 1379 reads | 0 comments
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