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 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

REP 3 - CPA's Response to the Opioids Crisis

February 18, 2019
Melissa Anderson, PT
  Every Canadian who consumes news, in print, on TV, or via the internet has heard of the opioid crisis. The number of people it touches is staggering, and the stories of loss are heart-wrenching. And this crisis, it seems, does not discriminate - literally anyone could...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS opioids advocacy pain

REP 24 - Congress 2020

April 8, 2019
Chantal Lauzon   Planning for Congress 2020 is underway! This is the one you should plan to attend. We will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association at the beautiful Shaw Centre in Ottawa, May 28-30, 2020. 
  Launching this summer is the Call for Presen...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS Congress

REP 27 - Clinical Specialty Program

April 15, 2019
Tim Paquette
  The CPA Clinical Specialty Program is going into its’ eighth year and provides recognition of a clinical specialist who demonstrates an advanced level of clinical practice through a formal program. This program combines clinical experience in the specialty practice area, cont...
TOPICS #30REPS2019 #30REPS clinical specialty program