Pre and Post Congress Courses

Pre-Congress Course: Addressing the Impact of Cognitive Frailty and Dementia on the Rehabilitation of Older Adults


Instructor Names: Dr. Hans Hobbelen, PT, PhD, Dr. Susan Hunter, PT, PhD, Dr. Kiran Rabheru (IPA), Dr. David Conn  (IPA)

Date: November 1, 2018 at 8 am – 4:15 pm (7 Contact Hours)

Program Host: International Physical Therapists for Older Adults (IPTOP)

Program Collaborator: International Psychogeriatric Association (IPA) and Seniors’ Health Division/Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)

Intended Audience: Physiotherapists, PTA/PRT, Students and other allied health professionals working with older adults

Format: Auditorium Setting

 

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Pre-Congress Course: The Female Athlete


Instructor Name & Credentials: Antony Lo, B App. Sc. (Physio), Masters in Manual Therapy

Date: Thursday October 31 and Friday November 1, 2018: Please note this is a 2-day course 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, with am and pm Breaks. Registration will begin at 7:30 am, course start time is at 8:00 am. Please note that this course will require demonstrations and practical components that will require you to wear loose clothing and athletic wear. (14 Contact hours)

Program Host: The Women’s Health Division

Intended Audience: All Health and Fitness Professionals

Format: Mixed Presentation: Lecture, Demonstrations, and Practical Components



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Pre-Congress Course: Yoga Therapy - An Integrative Biopsychosocial Approach to Physiotherapy Practice for Chronic Pain Management and MSK and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Wellness Care
 

Instructor Names: Neil Pearson PT, MSc (RHBS), BA-BPHE, C-IAYT, ERYT500  / Shelly Prosko, PT, PYT, CPI, C-IAYT / Diana Perez B.Sc. P.T.; M.Sc. Rehab. Science, PYT, CYT 

Date: November 1, 2018 at 8 am – 4:30 pm (7 Contact Hours)

Program Host: Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)

Intended audience: Physiotherapists (PTs), physiotherapy assistants (PTAs) and physical rehabilitation therapists (PRTs) with an interest in using yoga in health care, particularly in the areas of Musculo-skeletal (MSK), Chronic Pain and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation.

Format: This session will include yoga exercises, so please if you can bring your own Yoga mat and wear loose athletic clothing. Yoga mats will also be made available for Registrants.

Session Format: Please note that there will be morning lecture with some experiential practices and then the Registrant will be able to choose from 3 afternoon breakout sessions: MSK, Pain or Pelvic Floor Health and Rehab. Please note that each of the three Sessions will be limited to a maximum of 30 Registrants each for a total of 90 Registrants.
 


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Post Congress Course: Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Assessment (CMSA) Certification workshop ENGLISH ONLY


Instructor Name & Credentials: Pat Miller, PT, PhD

Date: November 4 2018: 8:30 am – 4 pm, with am and pm Breaks (7 contact hours)

Program Host: Canadian Physiotherapy Association

Intended Audience: Rehabilitation personnel working with persons with stroke across the continuum care of service, including but not limited to Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists (OT’s), Occupational Therapist Assistants (OTA’s), Thérapeute en réadaptation physique (TRP), Nurses, and those involved in clinical research.

Format: Classroom setting



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Post Congress Course: Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Assessment (CMSA) Certification workshop FRENCH ONLY

Instructor Name(s) & Credentials: Maria Huijbregts, PT, PhD

Date: Sunday, November 4, 2018

Target Audience: Rehabilitation personnel working with persons with stroke across the continuum care of service, including but not limited to Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists (OT’s), Occupational Therapist Assistants (OTA’s), Thérapeute en réadaptation physique (TRP), Nurses, and those involved in clinical research.

Intended Course Length: 8:30 am – 4 pm, with an am and pm Break (7 contact hours)

Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Room to be determined



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Post Congress Course: Changing practice. An implementation & behaviour science-informed guide: ‘Coles Notes’

 Instructor Name(s) & Credentials: Alison Hoens, MSc, BScPT

Date: Sunday, November 4, 2018

Target Audience: Anyone interested in the science, and art, of facilitating change in practice – adoption or de-implementation of interventions, clinical practice guidelines etc.

Intended Course Length: 8:00 am – 12:15 pm , with Two 15-minute Breaks (3.75 contact hours)
 


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Post Congress Course: Evaluation and Treatment of Respiratory Function in Neurological Disorders on Current Best Practice (ENGLISH)

Instructor Name & Credentials:  Jean-François Lemay, pht PhD

Date: Sunday November 4, 2018: ENGLISH Session: 8 am – 12 pm, with a 15 minute break for 3.75 Contact hours

Intended Audience: This course is mainly directed to physiotherapists working with individuals presenting with neurological disorders and resulting dysfunction to the respiratory system. The material presented is appropriate for professionals working in various clinical settings, including acute, rehabilitation, and community health services, including Physiotherapists, PTA/PRT, Students and other allied health professionals. No prerequisite is needed to attend this course.

Format: Classroom Setting



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Post Congress Course: Evaluation and Treatment of Respiratory Function in Neurological Disorders on Current Best Practice (FRENCH)

Instructor Name & Credentials:  Jean-François Lemay, pht PhD

Date: Sunday November 4, 2018: FRENCH Session PM: 12:30-4:15 pm with a 15 minute break for 3.75 Contact hours per course.

Intended Audience: This course is mainly directed to physiotherapists working with individuals presenting with neurological disorders and resulting dysfunction to the respiratory system. The material presented is appropriate for professionals working in various clinical settings, including acute, rehabilitation, and community health services, including Physiotherapists, PTA/PRT, Students and other allied health professionals. No prerequisite is needed to attend this course.

Format: Classroom Setting



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CPA reserves the right to cancel any pre/post congress courses due to low registration.