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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 Gas Exchange is the official newsletter of the Cardiorespiratory Division (CRD) and is a source of information of the significant events, advances and issues in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy practice in Canada. The Gas Exchange is published three times per year and is e-mailed to members as...
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Women’s Health Matters Women’s Health Matters is the official newsmagazine of the Women’s Health Division and is a source of information on advances and issues in physiotherapy practice in women’s health, both within Canada and around the globe. The newsletter aids professional and student member...
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Age in Motion The Executive produces Age in Motion includes interesting articles from a variety of sources are summarized for members, and submissions are welcomed. We also reprint letters of concern and responses on current issues from across the country, highlight work experiences of our memb...
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June 2020 Language The language we choose to use is one of the most powerful tools we have as physiotherapists - perhaps now more than ever, at a time when many of us do not have the option to see our patients face to face or use our hands. Pain is, of course, invisible and our patients rely on u...
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