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Interprofessional Perspectives for Pelvic Health Conditions

Interprofessional Perspectives for Pelvic Health Conditions

Interprofessional Perspectives for Pelvic Health Conditions

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This course was recorded in September 2020

 Interprofessional Perspectives for Pelvic Health Conditions


Course Description:

This presentation aims to highlight current pre-licensure healthcare student perspectives on conservative care management for pelvic floor disorders, identify current university pre-licensure healthcare educational approaches to pelvic floor disorders as they relate to current evidence, and discuss interprofessional educational opportunities to further physiotherapy engagement in interprofessional dynamics as it relates to pelvic floor disorders.


Speaker Bio:

Speakers: Grecia Alaniz

Grecia is a Registered Physiotherapist currently practicing in Chatham, Ontario. She completed her Bachelors of Science (Kinesiology) in 2015 and her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2017 from McMaster University. Grecia's clinical interests focus on pelvic health, prenatal and postpartum care, and persistent pain conditions. She recently became an entrepreneur as the founder and owner of Radius Health Clinic. Grecia previously served as a Co-Research Supervisor for McMaster University's Physiotherapy Program. Her current research interests include interprofessional education and collaboration dynamics in relation to conservative care for pelvic floor dysfunction to enhance care provision.

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Perspectives professionnelles pour les affections pelviennes

Conférenciers: Grecia Alaniz

Description de la séance:

Cette présentation vise à présenter les perspectives actuelles des étudiants en soins de santé avant l’obtention de leur permis d’exercer sur la gestion conservatrice des soins pour les troubles du plancher pelvien en ce qui concerne les données probantes actuelles et à discuter des possibilités d’enseignement interprofessionnel pour que les physiothérapeutes s’engagent davantage dans la dynamique interprofessionnelle en ce qui concerne les troubles du plancher pelvien.

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Canadian Physiotherapy Association

As the vital partner for the profession, the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) leads, advocates, and inspires excellence and innovation to promote health. CPA’s goal is to provide exceptional service, valuable information and connections to the profession of physiotherapy, across Canada and around the world.
Course Material included in this course
  • Interprofessional Perspectives for Pelvic Health Conditions
  • Welcome
  • Background
  • The Study
  • Clinical Implications
  • Limitations and Conclusions
  • Questions
  • Feedback
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