Webinars

In Harm’s Way—Strategies to Support Patients Dealing with Mental Health Issues 

What should you do when a patient discloses that they have been abused or is experiencing suicidal thoughts or is struggling with their mental health? It is a situation more and more physiotherapists find themselves in. 

We know patients trust their physiotherapists and often share personal details about their lives. We also know that this kind of health care does not fall within a PT’s scope of practice, but you need to support your patients to get the help they need. 

On Thursday, April 25 from noon until 1 pm we heard from a panel of experts—psychiatrist Dr. Mary Preisman, suicide interventionist Yvonne Bergmans and College Senior Physiotherapist Advisor, Fiona Campbell—who provided practical strategies, shared helpful support and answered your questions. 
 
Resources: Strategies to Support Patients at Risk

Questions for the Practice Advisor?
practiceadvice@collegept.org 
1-800-583-5885 ext. 241
647-484-8800

Thanks to everyone who joined our webinar. We apologize for the technical difficulties with the audio. (You may fast forward to 13:45 to skip the audio issues).

If you have additional questions please call our Practice Advice team at 1-800-583-5885 ext. 241.

Best Practices in Infection Prevention—What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Patients

The College partnered with Public Health Ontario on November 22, 2018 at noon to present a free webinar covering best practices in infection prevention specific to physiotherapists. The College Practice Advisor and a panel of experts held a discussion about the Infection Control and Equipment Maintenance Standard and what’s new and changing regarding infection control for PTs.

Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted questions during the webinar. Scroll down for a list of FAQs regarding best practices in infection prevention.

FAQs: Infection Control
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