The Internet is Free: Progressing Past Awareness and Towards Racial Justice in Physiotherapy - Sponsored by the Orthopaedic Division

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Type d’activité : Webinaire

Website: https://cpa.embodiaacademy.com/webinars/185-the-internet-is-free-progressing-past-awareness-and-towards-racial-justice-in-physiotherapy

Start Date: 9 juillet 2020, 20h 00

End Date: 9 juillet 2020, 21h 00

Location: PD Marketplace

Host: Orthopédie

Webinar Title: The Internet is Free: Progressing Past Awareness and Towards Racial Justice in Physiotherapy - Sponsored by the Orthopaedic Division

Speaker: Tracy Blake

Date:  Thursday, July 9, 2020

Time: 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST

Location: PD Marketplace (Online)

Registration Fee: CPA Members - Free; Non-CPA Members - $20

 

This webinar explores how the physiotherapy profession can join the fight against racism. We will look at what the profession is doing, where we are going, highlighting the obligation/duty of the profession in the fight against racism. Thanks to the CPA's Orthopaedic Division for their hard work in setting up this webinar and for making this free for all CPA members.

 

Tracy Blake was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on the traditional territory of many nations, including the Huron-Wendat, Petun, Seneca peoples, as well as, most recently, the peoples Mississaugas of the Credit. The only daughter of Trinidadian immigrants, she and her youngest brother were raised in the multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-faith, working class neighbourhood of Rexdale. Sport was a powerful source of connection throughout Tracy’s upbringing. The desire to contribute to sport beyond the field of play motivated Tracy’s post-secondary academic journey and clinical training as a sport and orthopaedic physiotherapist via McMaster University and the University of Western Ontario.

Her clinical experience in private practice, sport, acute inpatient hospital care led to questions about how knowledge used by health care practitioners is produced, transmitted, applied, and internalized. She sought to answer those questions while completing her doctorate at the University of Calgary, with a research focus in paediatric sport-related concussion and physical activity. It was also during this time that the seeds of connection between population health, equity, person-centred care, and the optimization of health and performance in a sport context were sown. These themes underpin her current work as a clinician, educator, researcher, editor, and author.

 

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Non-CPA members, please click here to register. You will be directed to the payment page.