Forum 2019 Re-cap
Now that Forum has ended, we would like to thank you and hope it was a valuable learning opportunity. We would like to thank the delegates and presenters, sponsors and exhibitors, our venue and hotel, and staff and volunteers who contributed to making Forum such a resounding success. Here are a few highlights worth noting:
As part of the program, CPA facilitated a Think Tank discussion with 75+ experts to provide Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health and Filomena Tassi, Minister of Seniors with outcome-focused recommendations where physiotherapy can play a role in supporting aging Canadians while lowering health care costs. The result was a clear statement from the profession: access to physiotherapy leads to decreased spending by the federal and provincial government and increased well-being of Canadians as they age. The full press release is available here.
Keynote and Plenary Sessions
We were proud to work with Embodia again this year to record our keynote and plenary sessions. The recordings of these sessions will be available soon, and we’ll share an update on social media with details.
Click here for the speaker presentations.
Your opinion will help us to provide a more meaningful event experience in the future. Please take a few minutes to complete the post-Forum survey. Click here.
Annual General Meeting
Thank you for attending the AGM (in person or online). If you’d like to refer back to the AGM package, click here. This content is only accessible by members.
Forum photos can be found on our Facebook page.
Watch your email and the CPA website for more information about Congress 2020, to be held in Ottawa, May 28-30, 2020. It’s our 100th Anniversary, and we’re planning some exciting programming and events for you.
Last but certainly not least, we would like to thank our sponsors for supporting this professional development and networking opportunity for CPA members.