Winter 2017 - CTSQ

Volume 3 : Winter 2017



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Best Wishes for 2017
The CTSQ would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Happy New Year. May all your endeavours in 2017 be successful!


AGA 2017
Please note that the annual general assembly will be held on April 22, 2017, at Concordia University. Documents for the meeting will be sent out soon. Stay tuned.


New Pay Scale
As promised, we will soon provide you with the biannual update on the revised pay scale that was published in 2015. You may find the document in the Resources section of our website [...]. Read more


Upcoming ATESC and 2017 Banquet
This is a friendly reminder that ATESC activities will be held from April 20 to 22, 2017, and registration will soon get underway. We will keep you posted via Facebook and the event website. Read more


Ethics Case – Beware!
In CATA’s most recent newsletter, two ethics cases were published in which certified athletic therapists were found guilty. If you haven’t yet done so, we strongly suggest that you take a moment to read the reports. Read more


Dr. Phil Fait in the Spotlight
On February 16, 2017, certified athletic therapist Phil Fait will be the guest speaker at the APM cocktail. His speech will focus on his field of expertise – concussions. Read more
Atlas médic COURSES
Perfect the art of AT by following these courses:
check February 17 Dynamic Tape (Montréal)
check February 23 Contrôle musculaire de l’épaule (Québec)
check March 24 2.8 CEUs Taping neuro-proprioceptif (niveau 1) (Montréal)
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President's Corner
The New Year that lies ahead promises many changes for our profession, both in Quebec and across Canada. 2016 was a filled with much discussion, brain storming, analysis, and decision-making. Now it’s time to put our projects in motion!
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Toward a Professional Order for Athletic Therapy in Quebec
As promised at our last AGM, we pursued our efforts in 2016 to create a professional association for athletic therapy in Quebec. Major progress has been made, and we hope this will help us attain a significant milestone in 2017.
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Professional Conduct
Following CATA's ethics cases, let's debrief our own conduct.
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Spotlight on Research
To accompany her scientific article that we are sharing in our newsletter, Certified Athletic Therapist and PhD candidate at McGill University, Laurie-Ann Corbin-Berrigan, agreed to meet with us [...].
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A Dash of Strength, a Dash of Fun!
Certified athletic therapists at Dawson College demonstrate the hard work of AT to their certification candidates.
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Postconcussion Symptoms as a Marker of Delayed Recovery in Children and Youth Who Recently Sustained a Concussion: A Brief Report

The objective of this work was to identify predictors of delayed recovery in children who sustained a concussion and sought care in a pediatric hospital.

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L'activité physique après une commotion cérébrale serait bénéfique
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Why Helmets Don't Prevent Concussions — and What Might
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L'entraînement par intervalles
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Cold Therapy? Maybe Better Save Your Money
The New York Times
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