The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) provides a wide range of services to help students with their studies, including resources to tackle the challenging Physiotherapy Competency Exam (PCE). We also provide education for new graduates to help find your first job, develop skills to manage your practice, and understand your obligations as a health professional
2013 NSA-PFC Student Challenge
The National Students’ Assembly has joined the Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada (PFC) to raise funds for Canadian physiotherapy research. The challenge is an annual fundraising event organized and executed solely by students of physiotherapy.
A free registration for Congress 2014* (includes admission to the opening ceremonies, the Enid Graham lecture, the PFC Silent Auction and the awards luncheon)
The university with the most pledges will receive a complimentary registration to Congress 2014 for one of its students.
The prize will go to the student of the winning university that has the most money pledged.
If the winning student is unable to attend Congress, another student will be selected via a random draw.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 – Submission of pledge forms and funds to your university’s representative.
Saturday, May 25, 2013 – Submission of pledges the day of the race in Montreal.
Download your NSA-PFC Pledge form here.
Contact Rosalby Kelly or Foundation or call 1-888-285-4136. Thank you for your support to physiotherapy research!
Membership in the Canadian Physiotherapy Association is free to students who are enrolled in an entry-level degree in physiotherapy at a recognized university program in Canada or a recognized International Physiotherapy Graduate bridging program. CPA also provides all student members with free membership in all Divisions.
Student members have full voting rights, but are ineligible to hold any CPA elected office. We encourage all student members to actively participate in the National Student Assembly.
For more information on student participation at the Branch level, please visit our Branch pages.