Out of province temporary license: If you are not a Saskatchewan resident with a current Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapist (SCPT) license, for courses involving hands on/practical requirements, participants are required to acquire temporary license (for the dates of the course) with the SCPT. You are required to provide proof of temporary license to CPTE. Visit scpt.org on how to obtain a temporary license.
Course RegistrationCPTE does not manage course registration payments. For any COURSE REGISTRATION information or inquires (payments, reciepts etc), please contact the Registration office directly at: 306.966.5539 or via email at: email@example.com.
|Sept 6-8, 2019||Clinical Reasoning Through Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE)||Chiropractors, Kinesiologists, OTs, PTs||Saskatoon|
|Sept 21 & 22, 2019||Building Research Connections Conference: Thinking Outside the Box||Health Care Professionals||Saskatoon|
|Oct 5, 2019||Pain and Therapeutics Conference||Health Care Professionals||Saskatoon|
|Nov 2 & 3, 2019||Mulligan Concept Lower Quadrant||PTs||Saskatoon|
|Nov 16 & 17, 2019||Therapeutic Integration||PTs||Saskatoon|
March 27-29 & May 1-3, 2020
|Biomedical Dry Needling||PTs||Saskatoon|
Jun 15 & 16, 2020
|5th Canadian Falls Conference: Connecting Communities Across the Lifespan||Health Care Professionals||Saskatoon|
|Continuous Intake||Current Options for Managing Pain & Addictions||Health Care Professionals||
|Oct15-Dec 15, 2019||Building an Awareness of Cultural Humility||Health Care Professionals||Online|
|Oct 15-Jan 30, 2020||The Role of Practitioners in Indigenous Wellness||Health Care Professionals||Online|
Save the date:Oct 4-6,
Oct 25-27, Dec 6-8
|Level 3 Upper Quadrant||PTs||
Dr. Audrey Zucker-Levin Presents Care for Amputees 4 part Webinar Series
Saskatchewan Health Information Resources Partnership (SHIRP)
The Saskatchewan Health Information Resources Partnership (SHIRP) is a program of the University Library that licenses a sub-set of the University Library's health sciences e-resources for access by Saskatchewan's licensed health care practitioners, post-secondary institution students and employees.
Licensed health care practitioners in Saskatchewan may access SHIRP resources either through their health region library or the SHIRP website. They may request articles not in the collection through SHIRP free of charge. Practitioners who hold UofS Faculty appointments or are Preceptors are encouraged to access resources and services from the University Library website using their NSID.
SHIRP resources cover medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy and allied health and include:
- 3 major bibliographic databases (MEDLINE, CINAHL and PsycINFO) and full text from over 2000 journals
- drug resources including RxTx (e-CPS), RxFiles and Natural Medicines
- point of care tools including Dynamed Plus and Nursing Reference Center Plus
- 120 electronic books
- several resources available as apps for mobile devices
Physical Therapists in Saskatchewan may use SHIRP resources in their clinical practice. They are also encouraged to use the resources to reinforce the National Physiotherapy Advisory Group’s Physiotherapist Role #6 Scholarly Practitioner: Physiotherapists are committed to ongoing learning for the purpose of improving client outcomes through seeking, creating, applying, disseminating, and translating knowledge to physiotherapy practice. SHIRP’s resources may be used to acquire and integrate new knowledge into practice and engage in scholarly inquiry for example.
Non-CERS Courses & Educational Opportunities
|Concussion Management: A Toolkit for Physiotherapists||PTs||
|Health Care Professionals||Regina|
|Oct 19-20, 2019||Physiotherapy Alberta's Connect+Learn||PTs||Canmore, AB|