The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine offers a range of professional education programs for working clinicians such as one-hour recorded webcasts, full-day workshops and distance-based certificate programs.
Now accepting applications to our graduate certificate programs. Apply to a: Certificate in Pain Management, Certificate in Stroke Rehabilitation Certificate in Sexual Health, or Certificate in Bridging To Canadian Physiotherapy Practice. Learn from leaders in research, management, and education from across Canada and beyond.
Dyspahgia management and neuromuscular care is a specialized area of practice with a growing evidence base to support a variety of rehabilitation interventions. The purpose of these modules are to familiarize swallowing clinicians and health care practitioners of this specialized body of knowledge. Using a case based approach Dr. Cleary illustrates current concepts and practice patterns. NOW AVAILABLE.
The Faculty offers graduate certificate programs in pain management (online), stroke rehabilitation (online), sexual health (online), and Francophone practice for speech language pathologists (blended).
ALL PROGRAMS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR WINTER 2018.
Please join us on November 18, 2017 for the 9th Annual Karin Greaves Memorial Education Seminar: Meeting Rehab Challenges of Service Delivery for TJA in the Community. Click 'upcoming workshop' for more details and to register.
*NEW PROGRAM* The Alberta Bridging Certificate is a 12 month program offered in a blended format and consists of five courses: two academic courses, two concurrent mentoring courses, and one clinical placement course. Our delivery format supports adult learners to manage the majority of their study time at the time of day that best fits their needs.
This online course provides the Internationally Educated Physiotherapist (IEPT) with a broad overview of the practice of physiotherapy within the context of the Canadian health care system.
This course provides participants with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively utilize diagnostic imaging in the management of selected conditions seen by physical therapists.
*NEW* This is an online course that allows students to develop strategies for studying for and writing a Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) Exam. This course is designed for Internationally or Canadian educated physical therapists who are preparing for writing MCQ exams, including the written (Qualifying) component of the Canadian Alliance National Physiotherapy Competency Exam.
These clinically relevant, highly focused sessions are delivered by experts in each respective area and are offered in a flexible distance-based format.
9th Annual Karin Greaves Education Seminar
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Theme: Meeting the Rehab Challenges of Service Delivery for TJA in the Community.
The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine’s Karin Greaves Memorial Education Seminar has been offered annually since 2009. The event, held in November each year, includes a full day of formal education sessions specifically directed at the assessment and treatment of joint arthroplasties. It also includes interactive presentations of current concepts of joint arthroplasties by orthopaedic surgeons, physical therapists, pharmacists, and other related disciplines.
Seminar Information and Online Registration
Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) Exam Skills Workshop - October 21, 2017
This workshop is designed for internationally or Canadian educated physical therapists who are preparing for the clinical component of the Canadian Alliance National Physiotherapy Competency Exam.
Workshop Information and Online Registration