Angela Busch is a professor emeritum of the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. She has been doing volunteer work since 2015 to help build rehabilitation capacity in Honduras. She obtained her diploma in physical therapy in 1971 and her doctoral degree in Community Health Sciences in 2005. She practiced physical therapy from 1971 to 1995 during which time she specialized in rheumatology and administration. In 1995 she joined the faculty of the University of Saskatchewan where she taught research methods, physical therapy assessment and treatment methods, and rheumatology and where she worked as director of the School of Physical Therapy for more than eight years. Her areas of research are evidence synthesis, exercise for fibromyalgia, and capacity building in low- and middle-income countries.
Angela J. Busch
Research Committee, Founding Member
Ph.D., Community Health Sciences, U of Calgary
Master of Science, U of Saskatchewan
Bachelor of Physical Therapy, U of Saskatchewan
Diploma in Physical Therapy, U of Saskatchewan
I live in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. I have spent a significant amount of time in Honduras since 2015, and I met many generous and dedicated people who are trying to help people with disabilities. I am interested in the project because I would like to support these dedicated people.