Good Practice: How to Practice Safely When Working Alone
Over the last few years, many Alberta physiotherapists have established new mobile and sole-provider physiotherapy businesses. It is important for these physiotherapists to be aware of the potential risks and hazards when working in isolation so they can proactively develop strategies to minimize risks and prevent or manage adverse events or challenging situations.
Self-Selected Activity: Tools to Support Learning and Education
In addition to profession-specific knowledge, continuing competence can be supported by understanding trends in the broader world, as this has the potential to positively impact physiotherapist practice.
Provision of services rules are in place to guide the processes by which Physiotherapy Alberta approves practice settings where physiotherapy services are provided. In this episode Jody and Leanne talk about the evolution of regulation of physiotherapy practice settings in Alberta and the provision of services rules currently in place. Click here to listen.
Physiotherapy Assessment of Post-mastectomy Pain Syndrome
Date: November 26, 2020
Time: 8:00 a.m.
This session will discuss:
The diagnosis of post-mastectomy pain syndrome
Outcome measures and physical examination for differentiating neuropathic pain from musculoskeletal pain post breast-surgery
The outcomes of a recent Physiotherapy Alberta CRIF grant funded project conducted by the speaker