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Collectively discovering a critical analysis framework for physiotherapists to identify and address situations of injustice - Global Health Division Webinar

Collectively discovering a critical analysis framework for physiotherapists to identify and address situations of injustice - Global Health Division Webinar

Collectively discovering a critical analysis framework for physiotherapists to identify and address situations of injustice - Global Health Division Webinar

$20.00
Mar 29, 2021 - 15:00 (EDT)
60 minutes

Join the Global Health Division in collectively discovering a crictical analysis framework for physiotherapists to identify and address situations of injustice. This interactive session will incite debate, develop ideas and learnings for all in the physiotherapy profession. 

Date: Monday, 29 March, 
Time: 3 -4pm EST
Price: Free for CPA Members & $20 for non-CPA members
 
Speakers:

Shaun Cleaver is a physiotherapist and Faculty lecturer at McGill University. At McGill, he is responsible for teaching the foundations of professional practice and managing service-learning placements. Shaun is also leading an international team to conduct a research and knowledge translation project on disability policy in Zambia.  

shaun.cleaver@mcgill.ca 

Annie Boudreau is based in northern New Brunswick. She works with a wide variety of patients but is particularly passionate about and pediatric and mental health clienteles and physiotherapy for primary and secondary prevention. Annie has served on multiple professional committees and as president of the CPTNB and the NBPA.

annie.boudreau@vitalitenb.ca 

Anne Hudon is an Assistant professor in the physiotherapy program at Université de Montréal. Anne’s research interests include ethics of care and equity in care, organization of care, health policy analysis, rehabilitation of injured workers and of people with persistent pain, pain education and qualitative research.

anne.hudon@umontreal.ca 

Jennifer O'Neil is a physiotherapist and PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa and Bruyère Research Institute. Her research focuses on the clinical implementation of telerehabilitation and increase accessibility of services. She is an executive member of the CPA's Global Health Division, and a part-time professor.

joneil@uottawa.ca 

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