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Clinical Learning Liaisons – West

The Clinical Learning Liaison’s (CLL’s) are responsible for ensuring successful clinical education/learning experiences for learners, preceptors, clinical sites, and NOSM U’s distributed communities to strengthen the recruitment and retention of RS professionals for Northern Ontario.

Clinical Learning Liaison, Physiotherapy

Brock Chisholm, B.Sc.P.T.



Email: bchisholm@nosm.ca

Brock Chisholm is the Physiotherapy Clinical Learning Liaison for NOSM University Rehabilitation Studies Program. He supports student placement activities and continuing professional development for Physiotherapists in Northwestern Ontario.


Clinical Learning Liaison, Occupational Therapy

Erica Ogilvie OT Reg. (Ont.), MSc OT, BHSc, PgCStroke




Email: eogilvie@nosm.ca 

Erica completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa in 2008 and a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto in 2010. She also completed a post-graduate certificate in Stroke Rehabilitation from the University of Alberta in 2017. Erica practices in Sioux Lookout at the Meno Ya Win Health Centre, working in outpatient rehabilitation predominately treating upper-extremity and hand injuries and is also an ADP authorizer for mobility devices. She also works part-time for Dryden Regional Health Centre seeing clients in the community in the Sioux Lookout region. Erica enjoys playing hockey, curling, practicing yoga, and fishing.


Clinical Learning Liaison, Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology

Sarah Tinkler-Josephi, MSc., S-LP (C), Reg. CASLPO




Email: stinklerjosephi@nosm.ca

Sarah is a Clinical Learning Liaison (CLL) for NOSM University’s Rehabilitation Sciences Program. She is also a registered and practicing Speech-Language Pathologist in Thunder Bay, where she works in a private practice with the pediatric population. Sarah completed a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Lakehead University in 2006. She went on to complete a Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Alberta in 2009.