The purpose of this award is to meet the increasing needs of First Nations (status and non-status), Inuit and Métis students for financial support in pursuing a career in physiotherapy, and to assist them in the pursuit of excellence in their career.
HEAL presents seven relevant health issues that were used in the 2015 Federal election. Learm how you can take action below.
HEAL’s recommendations are intended to encourage collaboration between governments and providers.
Kate O'Connor participated in a national Patient Safety Roundtable on January 22, 2015 in Toronto. The goal of the meeting was to...
Since June 2014, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) has been working with the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) sharing information and experiences of physiotherapists to support a Joint Review of the NIHB program.
The federal Minister of Health struck a time-limited Advisory Panel on Health Care Innovation to explore domestic and international examples of health care innovation that might support the federal leadership in health system reform.
CPA submitted a brief to the Advisory Panel identifying three specific areas where innovation in health care could result in significant improvements in patient flow, and cost-effective interventions that support positive patient health outcomes.
CPA recognizes the diversity of culture, history, health status and health needs of First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada.
For the first time in Canada there is a detailed assessment of the value of physiotherapy to Canadians and our health care system.
CPA believes in the value of a single comprehensive scope of practice for physiotherapists across the country.