What is a regulatory college

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Consultation - provide your feedback

  • Gathering feedback and comments from the public, the profession, and other interested groups helps the College to develop rules and standards. 

About the Public Register

  • The College’s Public Register includes information about every physiotherapist (PT) registered to practice in Ontario and physiotherapists previously registered with the College. 

Council Materials, Minutes & Highlights

Access all of the Council materials, including minutes and annual reports. 

Careers

  • View a list current job opportunities at the College.

Legislation, Regulation, By-Laws & Rules

  • A comprehensive list of the rules and standards that govern the practice of physiotherapists in Ontario.

College Sponsored Research

  • Research Project: This is PT Now. Find out more about physiotherapy practice today and in the future.

College Council Elections

  • Learn about how to elect and nominate a physiotherapist to serve as a Council member.

Commitment to Transparency

  • Learn about the College's commitment to transparency and read submissions to the government.

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Recent Updates

Jun 22, 2020

A Conversation Among Black PTs in Canada and the UK: June 26

On Friday, June 26, Black PTs and PT students from across Canada and the UK will meet for a virtual conversation. 

What: This is an invitation to a virtual dialogue to connect Black PTs and PT students from across Canada and the UK.

Who: This dialogue is for Black PTs and Black physiotherapy students in Canada and the UK. Other virtual opportunities may be organized in the future for allies interested in dismantling anti-Black racism, but this first meeting is only for Black PTs and PT students.

Why: The goal of the conversation is threefold:

  1. To build community and connection among Black PTs
  2. To make space for discussion about racism in the context of these difficult days, in a way that centres the lived experience of Black PTs and Black PT students
  3. To consider development of a future webinar (or series!) sharing stories and lived experiences of Black PTs as a step toward a more inclusive profession and world

When: Friday, June 26, 2020 from noon to 1 p.m. 

Questions:


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