The School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa includes the Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology program, each with its own teaching laboratory. Dr. Flowers has consistently extended use of her research equipment for teaching purposes. Similarly, some of the teaching initiatives of the School of Rehabilitation Sciences have a parallel secondary application to research. For example, Dr. Flowers has participated as co-investigator for two projects funded by the University of Ottawa involving the development of French-language teaching resources for a graduate course in evidence-based practice for all Master’s programs in the School of Rehabilitation Sciences. Dr. Flowers also consulted on the need for new equipment in the Speech-Language Pathology teaching laboratory as part of a resource enhancement initiative by the School of Rehabilitation Sciences. The proposed equipment involved a new ultrasound imaging system from Articulate Instruments for visualizing speech production and swallowing function. The equipment was purchased through a grant awarded to the School of Rehabilitation Sciences from the Consortium national de formation en sant√©.