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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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  The Executive produces Age in Motion, a regular newsletter for members issued four times each year. 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 count...
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June 2019 Editorial Trauma Informed Care Issue Glad to have you with us reading this issue. It took a bit of time to bring it together, and for me, it was well worth it. As I read through the four pieces that make it up, I realized that the language used to describe people distressed because of t...
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