UPDATE: The Advanced Examination 2020 will be rescheduled due to COVID-19. Information on the dates will appear here as soon as we are aware. The exam coordinator will contact all registrants with the new date once it has been scheduled.
Learning and Unlearning: Tools to address Inequity, Discrimination, Equity and Anti-racism in Physiotherapy Discrimination is a powerful determinant of health. In recent months, we have heard loud and clear that we need to change consider and reflect on our behaviours as they relate personally, in our clinical practices and beyond to support meaningful, lasting…
The IPE and Advanced Exam (practical component) will be offered in the Spring of 2021. Dates and locations are still being determined. Please continue to monitor this website for developments.
The National Executive is looking to fill four positions at this year’s National Orthopaedic Division Symposium Annual General Meeting in Kelowna, taking place in April, 2020. Roles to be filled: Student Rep Chair Communications Chair Junior Resource Chair Chair Elect Interested Candidates, please read the positions that are available and the associated roles and responsibilities…
With the ongoing and increased uncertainty that COVID-19 is causing, we wanted to assure you that our highest priority is the health and well-being of our membership. Your Orthopaedic Division leadership team has been monitoring the situation and has been meeting as a group to develop a plan of action for the near future.
Vol33 No 6 – Cervical Artery Dysfunction In this edition, we evaluate the latest research on Cervical Artery Dysfunction. You will learn all about the risk factors, clinical presentation, screening, effectiveness of vertebrobasilar insufficiency tests, and more. READ NOW
Vol33 No 4 – The Therapeutic Alliance Greetings from the NOD Resource Team, Your Resource Team has been busy putting together this edition of the ODCU, which is centred around strategies that we can all employ to better the therapeutic alliance we have with our patients/clients. READ NOW
The OD will be hosting our Annual Meeting virtually on May 20th from 7pm-9pm. We welcome ALL members to attend, to share your voice. The membership of OD is more than 5000 strong- with your ideas and vision, we can make a lot of noise! Register
Vol33 No 1 – Concussions Happy New Year to all of our OD members! We are excited about this year’s editions of the ODCU. Our current issue of the Orthopedic Division Clinical Update (ODCU) is on concussions. READ NOW
Vol33 No 3 – Running Greetings from the NOD Resource Team, Over the past few months, in light of recent course cancellations, the NOD resource team has been providing additional resources to our members. We were thrilled to see such large numbers at our webinars with Jill Robertson and Dr. Jen Irwin. Since recently…
Vol33 No 2 – The Foot and Ankle Greetings from the NOD Resource Team, I hope everyone is doing their best to stay healthy, positive and productive during this time of change and uncertainty. The NOD has been working hard to keep lines of communication open, advocate and provide value to its members. READ…
It is the intention of the AIM program to offer the Practical component of the Advanced Exam, as well as an Intermediate Practical Exam, in early Spring of 2021. The confirmation of dates and locations is still to be determined. Please continue to monitor this website for developing details.
The CAMPT-NOD symposium planning team has been actively working behind the scenes, while monitoring the situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the world. The well-being of our members, volunteers, and guests remains our top priority! We are hopeful that the 2021 Ortho Symposium will run as scheduled on-site in Winnipeg, Manitoba.