Physiotherapy Canada

Volume 68, Issue 3, August 2016

Physiotherapy Canada is the official, scholarly, refereed journal of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association

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Volume 68 Number 3 Summer 2016 Highlights GUEST EDITORAL Mobilizing Reconciliation: Implications of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report for Physiotherapy in Canada / La réconciliation en action : les implications du rapport de la Commission de vérité et réconciliation pour la physiothérapie au Canada ARTICLES Development of a Telephone Interview Version of the Chedoke- McMaster Stroke Assessment Activity Inventory by R. Barclay, P.A. Miller, S. Pooyania, and P. Stratford Knowledge and Use of, and Attitudes toward, Non-Steroidal Anti- Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) in Practice: A Survey of Ontario Physiotherapists by M. Green and K. E. Norman Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy around the Clock: Experience at a University Hospital by M. Devroey, C. Buyse, M. Norrenberg, A-M. Ros, and J-L. Vincent Official Journal of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Revue officielle de l'Association canadienne de physiothérapie Physiotherapy C A N A D A Advancing health through scientific inquiry and knowledge translation Pour l'avancement de la santé par l'enquête scientifique et la transmission du savoir Seventh Issue in a Special Series on Education in Physiotherapy Third Issue in a Special Series on Global Health, Disability, and Rehabilitation: Implications for Physiotherapy First Issue in a Special Series on Physiotherapy in Primary Care

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