- 1 Practice Guidelines
- 2 Ethics
- 2.1 Conflict of Interest/Referral for Profit - Canadian Physiotherapy Association
- 2.2 Canadian Physiotherapy Association Code of Ethics and Rules of Conduct
- 2.3 Advisory Statements - College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC)
- 2.4 Privacy Legislation [PIPA & FOIPPA] - College of Physical Therapists of BC (CPTBC)
- 3 Legislation
- 4 Research Support
- 5 Policy
- 6 Support Personnel
College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC) has 13 practice guidelines on many issues.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK) has updated core standards focused on patient centred approach to care.
2 pages; a position statement on referral for profit.
Outlines responsibilities to the client, society, and the profession.
College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC) has 7 advisory statements with references supporting the statements.
Explains how PIPA and FOIPPA apply to physiotherapists, defines "personal information," outlines principles for protecting patient information.
Health Professions Act with the regulations applying to Physical Therapists, including a definition of "physical therapy."
A national not-for-profit federation of physiotherapy regulators in Canada committed to ensuring the public's safety in its interaction with physiotherapists.
The Physiotherapy Foundation of Canada (PFC) is a nationally registered charitable organization that sponsors research which advances the treatment techniques, knowledge and skills of Canada's physiotherapists.
5 pages with statistics examining legislation, technology, science, and factors changing the profession.
39 pages on community-based rehabilitation (CBR) and disability with implications on physiotherapy based on a WCPT survey of member organizations; includes literature review.
20 pages; defines support workers, working relationship between supporter workers and physiotherapists; article with references, and table at end of article outlines two categories of support workers.