Why The PCE Must Change (Or Not) To Reflect CURRENT EVIDENCE
FREE Webinar: Wednesday September 15 at 8:30pm Eastern (5:30pm Pacific)
Join us for a SPECIAL EPISODE as we continue the conversation on the FUTURE of the PCE. Our panelists will discuss...
The results of the systematic review and meta-analysis of measurement properties of objective structured clinical examinations used in physical therapy licensure and a structured review of licensure practices in countries with well-developed regulation systems (Bobos, et al.)
What the results of this study (and the report from the Saskatchewan College) mean for the future of physiotherapy licensure in Canada for domestic graduates
What the results of this study (and the report from the Saskatchewan College) mean for the future of physiotherapy licensure in Canada for internationally educated physiotherapists
Opposing views that support keeping a practical exam, despite that Canada is the only country out of 17 implementing a national clinical competency examination for their PT graduates.
Join the movement... #PTTogether
IMPORTANT: We encourage you to invite at least one colleague or public member to this event to turn up the volume of our collective voice for change.
FREE Webinar: Wednesday, September 15th at 8:30pm Eastern (5:30pm Pacific)
Darryl is one of the top clinical mentors in Canada. He has recruited and mentored 1000+ students and new grads over the past 10 years. He supports over 350 clinic owners with recruitment and clinician performance. He is a dynamic leader, educator, and clinician. He is the founder of Mentorship Bootcamp, the Chief Clinical Officer for Clinic Accelerator, and a clinic owner. You can follow him on Instagram for updates.
Physiotherapist experienced in clinical, academic, and innovation settings. Co-founder of Embodia, the community director of TechTO Health, and the owner of The Yellow Room, a wholistic, mindfulness based physiotherapy practice that operates out of the Toronto Community Acupuncture Clinic.
Michel D. Landry is a Professor in the School of Medicine, the Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI), and the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University. He is a health policy and health services researcher. Currently leading research into the disproportional impact of COVID19 on people with disabilities. He is a Past-President of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, a former Career Scientist at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and has been a consultant to many global agencies including the WHO.
Invitations to join the panel will be extended to colleagues and stakeholders (including those with opposing views of the current evidence).