REP 28 - The grey areas of physiotherapy practice in health, wellness and prevention: the good, the bad and the “to be determined”

March 28, 2017
As a physiotherapist working in an extremely connected and evolving landscape, there are several challenges that come with navigating the world of health and wellness. With the rise of social media, blogging and web presences, lines are starting to become blurred and different types of profession...
TOPICS #30REPS prevention ethics wellness #30REPS2017

REP 13 - Quality Physiotherapy Toolkit

March 18, 2019
Chantal Lauzon, PT
  In 2015-2017, CPA embarked on a Quality Physiotherapy campaign. The final outcome was a toolkit to enable members to explore each dimension of quality at their own pace.
  A committee representing all facets of physiotherapy in Canada has adapted the definitions o...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS #qualitypt advocacy

REP 17 - Core Professional Values

March 25, 2019
Pat Miller, PT, PhD, Vanima Dal Bello-Haas, PT, PhD, Chantal Lauzon, PT, BSc (PT) What is this project about? The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) has partnered with Dr. Vanina Dal Bello-Haas and Dr. Pat Miller from McMaster University to identify a set of core professional values and ass...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS core professional values ethics

REP 6 - Strength in Coalitions

February 25, 2019
Melissa Anderson, PT
  Having just survived the holidays with my family, the thought of a crowded dinner table comes to mind. Here, there are a lot of voices and a lot of conversations. Sometimes to make yourself heard, you need to speak with a stronger voice.
  Advocacy issues are of...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS advocacy