Education

University of Toronto Toronto, ON, Canada, 2007-2009

Master's of Science, Rehabilitation Science

Graduate thesis: The role of simulation in rehabilitation: The effectiveness of model hands when learning to make orthoses. Supervised by Heather Carnahan, PhD

University of Waterloo Waterloo, ON, Canada, 2003-2007

Bachelor's of Science, Honours Kinesiology

Honours thesis: Criterion-based learning and the retention of a motor skill. Supervised by Richard Staines, PhD

Work

Next Level Performance Training Cambridge, ON, Canada

Director of Training 2015-Present

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach 2012-2015

Strength and Conditioning Coach 2010-2012

A-Game Sportsplex Franklin, TN, USA

Associate Hockey Director 2009-2010

Healthways Nashville, TN, USA

Intern with MyHealthIQ Department Summer 2006, 2007, 2008

Credentials and certifications

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist April 2010 – Present

National Strength and Conditioning Association

Seminars and Courses

Launch School Online software development program, 2015-2016

Making Movement Better Presenter: Eric Cressey, 2015

Postural Restoration Institute Presenter: Jennifer Poulin, 2015

Canadian Athletics Coaching Conference Presenter: Stu McMillan, Dan Pfaff, Henk Kraaijenhof, 2014

The three hour back assessment Presenter: Stuart McGill, 2014

Boston Sport & Medicine Performance Group Presenter: Various, 2014

Independent Wine Education Guild Level 1 certified, Presenter: Various, 2013

Attitude Nation Weightlifting Seminar Presenter: Jon North, 2013

Poliquin International Coaching Program Level 1 certified, Presenter: Derek Woodske, 2012

Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder Presenter: Mike Reinold, 2012

Functional Movement Assessment Level 1 certified, Presenter: Various, 2012

International Youth Coaching Association Presenter: Various, 2011

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

Hagemann, E., Williams, C.K., McKee, P., Stefanovich, A., & Carnahan, H. (2014). Using model hands for learning orthotic fabrication. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68, 86-94.

Walsh, C.M., Hagemann, E., Dubrowski, A., & Carnahan, H. (2013). Proficiency attained at the end of practice best predicts retention performance: Support for a competency-based approach to procedural skills training. Procedia - Social and Behavioural Science, 93, 371-375.

Stefanovich, A., Williams, C.K., McKee, P., Hagemann, E., & Carnahan, H. (2012). Development and validation of tools for evaluation of orthosis fabrication. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66, 739-746.

Published articles

Low intensity training for high intensity sports. Published on Aug 18, 2017. www.breakingmuscle.com

Academic presentations

Walsh, C.M., Hagemann, E., Dubrowski, A., & Carnahan, H. Proficiency attained at the end of practice best predicts retention performance: Support for a competency-based approach to procedural skills training. World Conference on Learning, Teaching and Educational Leadership. October 2012, Brussels, Belgium.

Grierson, L. E. M., Hagemann, E., Zelek, J., & Carnahan, H. The efficacy of a wearable tactile way-finding device. Presented at the 2nd Annual International Multi- Conference on Engineering and Technology Innovation: IMETI 2009, July 2009,Orlando, Fl.

*Hagemann, E., McKee, P., & Carnahan, H. Learning to Make Orthoses with Simulation. Health Professions Education Global Best Practices in Simulation May, 2009, Toronto, ON.

Hagemann E, McKee P, Carnahan H. Learning to make orthoses with simulation. Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Research Day, November 2008, Toronto, ON.

Safir, O., Hagemann, E., Dubrowski, A., Backstein, D., & Carnahan. H. Self-directed practice when learning suturing skills enhances learning. Association for Surgical Education. May, 2008, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Safir O, Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Backstein D, Carnahan H. Self-directed practice facilitates learning of a complex suturing task. Wilson Center Research Day, October, 2008, Toronto, ON.

Carnahan H, Dubrowski A, Walsh C, Hagemann E. The Role of Simulation in the Education of Rehabilitation Professionals. ACRM, October 2008, Toronto, ON.

Safir O, Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Backstein D, Carnahan H. The Influence of Self-Directed Practice on Learning Suturing Skills in a Simulated Environment. The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Annual Conference, September 2008, Ottawa, ON.

Safir O, Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Backstein D, Carnahan H. The influence of visuomotor simulation training on arthroscopy performance. NASPSPA, June 2008, Niagara Falls, ON.

Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Safir O, Carnahan H. Criterion-based practice leads to better retention of a surgical knot-tying skill. Association for Surgical Education, May 2008, Toronto, ON.

Safir O, Hagemann E, Sekhon G, Dubrowski A, Backstein D, Carnahan H. The influence of fundamentals of laparoscopic surgery (FLS) training on simulated arthroscopy performance. Association for Surgical Education, May 2008, Toronto, ON.

Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Carnahan H. Criterion reached at the end of practice best predicts technical skill learning. Wilson Centre Research Day, October 2007, Toronto, ON.

Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Carnahan H. How does learning influence forgetting? SCAPPS, November 2007, Windsor, ON.

Hagemann E, Dubrowski A, Carnahan H. It’s not how long you practice: it’s how well. Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Research Day, November 2007, Toronto, ON.

Carnahan H, Hagemann E, Dubrowski A. Proficiency at the end of practice predicts retention of a technical clinical skill. The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Annual Conference, September 2007, Winnipeg, MB.