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PCE Cancellation Update September 15, 2021

  •  September 15, 2021

On the afternoon of September 14, 2021, Physiotherapy Alberta was notified that the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators Board of Directors directed the CAPR staff to cancel the virtual clinical component of the Physiotherapy Competency Examination (PCE) due to ongoing challenges with its administration.

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Message Regarding the College-Selected Activity 2021

  •  September 10, 2021

Concerns have been brought to Physiotherapy Alberta’s attention regarding the content of the Harvard Implicit Bias Tests and some of the demographic information collected as part of this ongoing research study.

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Job Opportunity: Practice Advisor

  •  September 2, 2021

The Practice Advisor provides information, guidance, and advice regarding regulatory expectations and requirements that is grounded in legislation, the Code of Ethical Conduct, and the Standards of Practice.

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College Separation: Ask Your Questions

  •  September 2, 2021

As previously reported, In December 2020 the Government of Alberta passed legislation mandating the separation of regulatory colleges and associations. This is to ensure regulatory colleges always put the patients and public interest first.

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Conduct Matters: Practicing Without a Valid Practice Permit

  •  September 2, 2021

Practicing without a valid practice permit is unprofessional conduct in accordance with the Health Professions Act. Failure to complete the annual renewal process and continuing to practice after a practice permit expires is a serious conduct issue requiring investigation and sanctions.

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