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The Leading Edge Newsletter Our division newsletter is written and designed around our strategic priority of recognizing leadership characteristics in ourselves and each other. Each issue will give you a glimpse of our industry through interviews, articles, updates, personal stories, educational ...
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The Leadership Division: Unites Canadian Physiotherapy Association members who are interested in all aspects of leadership in physiotherapy Makes available information and educational materials related to physiotherapy leadership Develops and offers workshops and links to other professional devel...
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Board of Directors

The Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s (CPA) Board of Directors is comprised of eight members who represent physiotherapists and physiotherapist assistants. Two external directors are appointed by the Board for their expertise in fields other than physiotherapy. Questions for the President or B...
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About us

Leadership roles clearly exist in all aspects of our profession. That's why issues around leadership are relevant to you, whether you are a new graduate, a private practitioner, a sports therapist, or a community therapist. Wherever you are, whatever you do, leadership is essential to your work, ...
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This One's For You

June 10, 2016
It was so great to see how you creatively celebrated national physiotherapy month (#physiocanNPM). The goal of this month is to promote your profession and you did not disappoint. We noticed some themes. You focused on: Holding events Teaching us something Showing your team love Just having fun ...
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