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National Orthopaedic Division – Call for Executive Members

National Orthopaedic Division; Call for Nominations– The National Orthopaedic Division Executive is looking to fill 2 positions at this years National Orthopaedic Division Symposium Annual General Meeting. Please see below for a brief position description. Interested applicants please click here for nomination forms and statement of intent details. Nomination deadline is Sept. 20, 2017 For more…

Advanced Exam Models Wanted!

We are currently looking for volunteers to participate as models for the 2017 Advanced Practical Examination. Prospective models should be comfortable and able to have ALL areas of their spine manipulated. All models will be screened for safety prior to the exam. If you are interested, please contact Kate Gladney at manipexams@hotmail.com. Models are needed…

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Celine and Kaela co-founded the student-led Community Philanthropic Committee for the Department of Physical Therapy. This group organizes different initiatives each month to promote the value of students “giving back” to the community. When Celine and Kaela finished their first year of PT school, they felt like something was missing. Both had grown up being…

Celebrating Canada; A Collaboration between the Orthopaedic Division and France

Celebrating Canada – 150 Years… Physio Style! Orthopaedic Division Members: Important International Educational Event for Canada’s Orthopaedic Division and France Knowledge transfer (KT) seeks to organize, create, and distribute knowledge and ensure its availability for future users. A very exciting KT educational event took place in Paris, France, on June 17-18, 2017, where 10 CPA Orthopaedic…

Rebranding

This years Executive have taken on a Rebranding initiative for the Division. With this, we will have implemented the use of our new logo, tagline and messaging. The Community for Advancing Orthopaedic Physiotherapy The Division’s Key Message: The Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association helps our members improve their skills and service delivery through…

Orthopaedic Division Student Representative Recruitment Initiative

The National Orthopaedic Division is proud of the progress with this initiative headed by Anthony Teoli.The project involved recruiting student representatives for the division from various physical therapy programs across Canada, with the intent to have a voice from each of the Canadian programs. The reasons for this initiative are two-fold: to facilitate communication between…