Why the PCE Must Change (or not) to reflect the reality of clinical practice 


FREE Webinar: Saturday April 24th at 11am Eastern (8am Pacific)


Join us for round #3 as we continue the PCE conversation. Our panelists will discuss...

✔️  The preliminary survey results of the Impact Assessment of the 3X cancelled exams.

✔️  How to engage with the public to strengthen our advocacy efforts to get fully licensed PT residents and interns in the field full time.

✔️  The impact of PT vacancies and limitations in scope of practice on access to care and population health. Are we really protecting the public?

✔️  Strategies to advocate for short-, medium- and long-term change for our colleagues and the physiotherapy profession.

✔️  The opportunities and limitations to changing the PCE and the impact on the profession.

✔️  Join the movement... #timeforchange

IMPORTANT:  Due to the overwhelming support of our colleagues at our first two webinars, we've increased our capacity to 1000 registrants. We encourage you to invite at least one colleague or public member to this event to turn up the volume of our collective voice

FREE Webinar: Saturday, April 24th at 11am Eastern (8am 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. 

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.

Tia left behind the world of research to pursue her passion: helping people to live full, meaningful lives. Tia obtained her MSc in Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta and immediately joined the MVMT family. When it comes to rehab, Tia’s philosophy is: rehab isn’t just about getting you OUT of pain, it’s about getting you back INTO the things that matter. Tia has special interests in pelvic health, paediatrics, and rehabilitation from neurological injuries.

Karen is a million dollar clinic owner based in Saskatchewan. In the last several years, she has taken on the role of the CEO and spends her days working with her Directors and Managers and running the company. Karen employees new graduate physiotherapists and is passionate about mentoring and supporting the future of our profession.

Has built three 10 million dollar healthcare businesses over the past 15 years including a network of 127 clinics with over 1400 employees. He is one of the most sought-after mentors for clinic owners in Canada and USA where he helps owners double, triple, and even quadruple their profits by optimizing their clinic operations using his proven systems and leadership strategies. Plus he has spent over millions in google and facebook ads during his career. You can follow him on Instagram