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April CRAFTA Course Cancelled

Posted on: March 14th, 2020

Due to Cardon closing their teaching facility and to recommendations from CPA, the APRIL 2-5 dates for CRAFTA-1 will be cancelled.

We are still looking to run the CRAFTA-1 on June 11-14 and to find another weekend for CRAFTA-2 later in the year. Once new dates are finalized, we will let you know and you will be able to re-register for the course.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any concerns or problems via this email.

CRAFTA Course (April 2-5, June 11-14, 2020)

Posted on: January 10th, 2020
CRAFTA Course

EARLY BIRD RATE EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 16!

The CPA and Ontario Section of the Orthopaedic Division are pleased to be hosting CRAFTA for their Foundations Course for the first time in Canada.

This course will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with temporomandibular, craniomandibular, and craniofacial problems in addition to headaches and facial pain using a clinical reasoning model and evidence-based approach.

Contact courses@orthodivontario.ca with any questions regarding this course.

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Registration Closed

Critical Appraisal Course

Posted on: September 25th, 2019

PTHS6001 – Critical Appraisal and Integration of Evidence into Healthcare Practice

The Western University is offering this online course running Oct 15, 2019 to Dec 09, 2019. 

The ability to integrate research evidence into the practice of manual therapy is crucial to ongoing clinical effectiveness. In this online course, you will develop the skills to evaluate current research and apply research evidence in the clinical setting, through online course readings, recorded lectures, and discussion board participation. Participants will complete eight week-long modules, undertake a critical appraisal of a research article using the PICO framework and guidelines established by the Physiotherapy Evidence Database, and write a case report targeted for submission to Physiotherapy Canada.

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Any suspended courses will resume once Government of Ontario restrictions allow appropriate instructional gathering numbers. New hybrid courses (in-person and virtual) for 2021 will be posted early January 2021 with the expectation of starting late February.
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