Academic Resources

Below is a list of all of the resources you may find useful for yourself or your students. Please feel free to contact Fiona Campbell, Senior Physiotherapist Advisor at the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario with any questions, suggestions or to arrange to have someone from the College present to your students.

Fiona Campbell, Senior Physiotherapist Advisor
1-800-583-5885 ext. 243 or 416-591-3828 ext. 243 
fcampbell@collegept.org

PT Accountabilities

There are a list of requirements for registered physiotherapists to do to maintain your PT licence.

View the MUSTs for PTs

Webinars

Learn more about College Webinars and check out the College YouTube Channel for archived videos of webinars.

View the Previous Webinar

 

Videos

Check out the College YouTube Channel to watch helpful videos about on topics such as Standards, practice advice, professionalism, government-funded (OHIP) physiotherapy. 

View Videos

Perspectives E-Newsletter

Students and Academics can receive our monthly newsletter Perspectives by emailing communications@collegept.org.

Read Archives Issues of Perspectives

Jurisprudence Module

Every registered physiotherapist must complete and submit a Jurisprudence Module, which demonstrates their knowledge of, and ability to, apply College Standards.

Learn More about Jurisprudence

PISA

PISA or the Professional Issues Self Assessment is a short, multiple choice, online exercise that must be completed annually by all registered physiotherapists.

Learn More

Discipline Hearings & Decisions

Read about the results of past Discipline Hearings held by the College and upcoming hearings.

Learn More

Mandatory Reporting

All regulated health professionals, including PTs and their employers have legal and ethical obligations to make reports to the regulators as required under the Regulated Health Professions Act. 

Learn about Mandatory Reports

Annual Reports 

Download the Annual Report 2017-2018

Supervision

Anyone who has passed the Physiotherapy Competency Exam—Written and has registered for the next available PCE—Clinical can apply for a Provisional Practice Certificate of Registration. This allows the person to work as a Physiotherapy Resident. They must have a Practice Supervisor.

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