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January 2017 in Advocacy

Here's what CPA's Practice and Policy team has been up to this month:

  • Pain Management and the Opioid Crisis:  CPA is working on a response to the opioid crisis in Canada. Here’s how you can help - keep your eyes peeled for more information in the coming months.
  • Media reports identify the federal government is considering a new income tax on health and dental benefits Opens in a new window, which currentlyhave non-tax status. If you are interested in learning more about what this means to access to care in Canada, or the care of your patients, you can read more here Opens in a new window.
  • #30reps is back! We are completing the preparation for our 2017 #30reps education and awareness campaign. Every day in March, we will post a blog concerning fraud, abuse and waste. We hope that these stories and reflections will inspire the physiotherapy profession to protect our good reputation, and to help start a conversation around ethics and professionalism. 30 reps starts here.