Tatiana Ogourtsova, Ph.D., OT

Assistant Professor, McGill University; Institutional Researcher; Researcher, CRIR – Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, CISSS de Laval

Phone: 450 668-9550 (84165)

Email: tatiana.ogourtsova@mcgill.ca


  • B.Sc., Occupational Therapy, McGill University, 2006
  • M.Sc., Rehabilitation Sciences, McGill University, 2010
  • Ph.D., Rehabilitation Sciences, McGill University, 2017

Research interests

Tatiana Ogourtsova’s research aims to improve the lives of children with brain-based developmental disabilities and their families. Research interests include health coaching for children with disabilities and their families, novel interventions to support live transitions, new methods of healthcare services delivery including the use of telerehabilitation/telehealth, knowledge translation, and patient-oriented research methodology.

Research laboratory

Pediatric Research Laboratory RESI-ALLIANT KID 

Prizes and awards


Selected publications

Hanson, J., Heslon, K., & Ogourtsova, T. (2023). Mental health services and resources for children with developmental disabilities and their families: scan of local practices, gaps, and opportunities created. Frontiers in rehabilitation sciences4, 1118769. [doi]  OPEN ACCESS

Ogourtsova, T. (2023). TelereHUB-CHILD: An online integrated knowledge translation tool to optimize telerehabilitation evidence-based practices for children with disabilities and their families. Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences, 4: 1139432. [doi]  OPEN ACCESS

Ogourtsova, T., Majnemer, A., Brown, A., Filliter, H. J., Wittmeier, K., Hanson, J., & O’Donnell, M. (2023). Pediatric tele-coaching fidelity evaluation: Feasibility, perceived satisfaction and usefulness of a new measure. Frontiers in rehabilitation sciences4, 1057641. [doi]  OPEN ACCESS

Ogourtsova, T., Boychuck, Z., O’Donnell, M., Ahmed, S., Osman, G., & Majnemer, A. (2023). Telerehabilitation for Children and Youth with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families: A Systematic Review. Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics43(2), 129–175. [doi]

Ogourtsova T. (2023). Telerehabilitation for the Mental Health of Children with Physical Disabilities and Their Families: Let’s Look out the Window of Opportunity!. Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics43(2), 176–181. [doi]




Research orientation

Axis 2: Participation, Social Inclusion and Rehabilitation Services

Research topic

Thème 1 : The person, their entourage and the community

Research Site

CRIR – Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital, CISSS de Laval

University Affiliation