Winter 2019 - CTSQ

Volume 5 : Winter 2019



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Congratulations to Our New Members!
We had a great start to 2019, with nine new candidates officially becoming certified athletic therapists. We are always proud to welcome new members into our ranks. They represent the future of our profession and we wish them all the success.


Annual General Meeting
This year, the Corporation des thérapeutes du sport du Québec’s Annual General Meeting will be held on the evening of April 26, 2019. We will provide further details in the month of March. Read more


Change in Conditions with Regard to CPR with CATA
CATA has amended its status maintenance regarding first responder training. From now on, members will be required to update their Basic Life Support (BLS) course [...]. Read more


Complimentary Life Insurance with Membership
We would like to remind all certified members that, thanks our partnership on a shared insurance plan, membership with the CTSQ now includes life insurance. Read more
CTSQ vs Medias
As part of our constant efforts to promote our profession, we recently joined forces with a media liaison officer to help us grow the visibility of athletic therapy in the media.
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President's Corner
To kick off 2019, I would like to wish all of our members a great year, full of success on both the personal and professional fronts. I would also like to offer a warm welcome and thanks to our new members [...].
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To read some more
TD Corner: 5 Things to Consider Carefully Before Buying a New Home
Before you charge ahead there are a few more things you need to keep in mind to ensure you strike the perfect balance between fitting your needs and your budget.
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Tips from SAGE
Your membership grants you numerous bonuses.
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Pre-hospital Trauma Competition
The Quebec ITLS Chapter is proud to be organizing its first pre-hospital trauma competition on June 1st, 2019!
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To be up to date in the field of AT


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns in the Collegiate and University Settings: Part II. Athletic Trainers’ Perceptions About Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Patients
Research suggests that LGBTQ patients are denied equal access to healthcare in physician offices, but the matter has not been addressed yet in the AT field.
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To think a bit more
Non, le lait au chocolat n’améliore pas la récupération des sportifs
Agence Science-Presse


Lindros urges MPs to recommend protocol for sports-related concussions
L'hyperandrogénie: la question qui dérange l'athlétisme


La ministre Charest rejette l’idée de créer un registre
Journal de Québec
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