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Burnout Among Physiotherapists in Alberta

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

This presentation will discuss the impact of burnout on patient safety and on the human resource issues of attrition and absenteeism, the constructs underlying burnout and work engagement, and the relationship between the two, findings of Physiotherapy Alberta's 2016 burnout study, and recommendations for steps individuals and employers can take to identify and address burnout.

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Cervical Manipulation and Adverse Events

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

This webinar updates clinicians on the best available evidence to identify patients at risk for cervical arterial dysfunction (CAD). Appropriate screening procedures and their evidence are reviewed along with best practice strategies for management.

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Chronic Pain Management: A Toolkit for Physiotherapists

  • Course Type: Online Course

The prevalence of chronic pain remains an epidemic. Physiotherapists have a key role to play in the non-pharmacological management of pain. This resource provides information to physiotherapists who do not often treat people with chronic pain.

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Chronic, Complex Pain: What Can I Do in 15 Minutes?

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

In this webinar, the presenters will discuss evidence-based principles in the assessment and management of complex pain, condensed into 15 minute segments to accommodate busy clinical schedules.

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Concussion Management: A Toolkit for Physiotherapists

  • Course Type: Recorded Webinar

Concussion is a significant injury that can have far-reaching consequences to the individual, their family and society. While concussion is often associated with sport, concussions can also occur as a result of falls, motor vehicle accidents, explosions and assault, and in conjunction with other injuries.

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