If you would like to post a survey, please email support@physiotherapy.ca

You are invited to complete a survey of your medical volunteer experience at a multi-sport major games. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes and is open to those who have volunteered for one or more Olympic Games, Youth Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Pan American Games, Parapan American Games, Jeux de la Francophonie, Universiade, and/or Canada Games in the past six years (2017-2022). The survey is being conducted by researchers at Western University in London, Ontario. Your participation in the survey will not be known by or shared with your professional organization. Participants have the option of being entered into a draw for one of five $25 Amazon gift cards. If you are interested, click on this link https://uwo.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0ujVQk67lpbyG5o which will take you to a secure website where you can find out more. 

FTD Survey Study – Website Information

Participants Needed: Survey Study

Researchers at McMaster University and Georgia Southern University are looking for physical therapists to complete a short questionnaire about the treatment of first-time shoulder dislocations (FTDs).

The purpose of this study is to survey physiotherapists in North America to see how patients with a FTD are treated with physiotherapy. We want to evaluate the clinical profile of FTD patients that attend physiotherapy (ie. mechanism of injury, rate of recovery, rate of re-dislocation, etc.), whether there is any consistency in treatment regime, and whether there are any guidelines that physiotherapists follow to guide treatment for these patients.

The primary objective of this study is to assess physiotherapists; perspectives surrounding management of FTDs and evaluate whether there is sufficient evidence to guide optimal care for this patient population.

This questionnaire contains questions about your experience treating FTDs and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Responses to the survey are anonymous. Results from the survey will help guide treatment for this important problem – please consider completing the survey. If you are interested in participating in the study, please click the link below to access the survey.


Please contact ddagher@stjoes.ca if you have any questions.

Your participation is greatly appreciated!

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