College of Medicine School of Rehabilitation Science

Research Area(s)

  • Speech, language and cognition in adults with neurological disorders
  • Clinical education and interprofessional collaboration

Teresa is a speech language pathologist with a doctorate in neuroscience (psychiatry) and her two postdoctoral fellowships included speech pathology at the Mayo Clinic. She joins the college from the Faculty of Rehabilitation Science at the University of Alberta (U of A), where she has been since fall 2008. Prior to that, she was an assistant professor in the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan (USask). Interprofessional collaboration has been a key component of Teresa’s work across both research and teaching. She has served on a number of committees over the years at both the U of A and USask.


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Authored Book

Teamwork, Leadership and Communication: Collaboration Basics for Health Professionals 
Deborah Lake, Krista Baerg, Teresa Paslawski


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