Volunteer Opportunity
6 May 2022
The College of Physiotherapists of Alberta is recruiting regulated members for its Professional Conduct Committee.
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Good Practice: A Focus on Regulation in Alberta
6 May 2022
Jody Prohar
Message from the Registrar
6 May 2022
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Now Operating as the College of Physiotherapists of Alberta
27 April 2022
Physiotherapy Alberta – College + Association is now operating under a new name and brand - the College of Physiotherapists of Alberta.
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2022 Council Election Update
26 April 2022
This year, the College of Physiotherapists of Alberta only received two completed nominations meeting the eligibility criteria as set in the bylaws. As there are two vacant positions, these two nominees will be appointed to a three-year term on Council and a 2022 Council Election will not be held.
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Good Practice: The Best and Worst of Using Social Media
26 April 2022
It’s important to realize that it’s possible for social media to be a completely positive experience for both the physiotherapist and the public. But unfortunately, it doesn’t always work this way, so let’s refresh our knowledge on the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethical Conduct before we get into some scenarios when the use of social media didn’t have a positive outcome.
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Council News: March 2022
26 April 2022
News from the March 2022 Council meeting.
Good Practice: Using Your Professional Title Appropriately
25 April 2022
What’s in a name? Over the years there has been considerable confusion within the physiotherapy profession about the difference between professional title and academic credentials. This article will address that question and the rules regarding use of title in clinical practice.
Good Practice: Outcome Measurement
25 April 2022
What can I possibly say about outcome measures that hasn’t been said before? The truth is that nothing has really changed when it comes to the importance of gathering outcome measures data since I started work as a physiotherapist in 1995.
Good Practice: Preparing For Challenging Therapeutic Relationships
25 April 2022
As physiotherapists, we are aware of the importance of developing positive therapeutic relationships with patients as well as the role these relationships play in achieving positive patient outcomes. Academics have discussed the hallmarks of effective therapeutic relationships and how to go about their development. While our patients may not be as familiar with the science of the therapeutic alliance, it’s fair to say the majority enter the therapeutic relationship openly, honestly and with good intention.

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