Clinical Practice Skills for Inflammatory Arthritis (CPSIA)

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The Arthritis Society is committed to educating healthcare professionals in the most up-to-date arthritis identification, care and management best practices.

Clinical Practice Skills for Inflammatory Arthritis (CPSIA) is an annual professional development program that has evolved with the evidence and the learning needs of today’s interdisciplinary team.  The program progressively develops the participants’ clinical practice skills over a 4-day period through a blend of online, didactic, interactive and experiential learning on the most prevalent arthritis conditions.   Participants who complete all of the program requirements receive a Certificate of Program Completion issued by The Arthritis Society.

Date:  April 18  21, 2018

Event Location:  Hampton Inn by Hilton® 

   Toronto Airport Corporate Centre

   5515 Eglinton Ave West,

   Toronto, ON, M9C 5K5

 

The CPSIA is suitable for a wide range of professionals who provide client-centred healthcare to people with arthritis across a continuum of settings and stage of disease. (The program does not address childhood arthritis). Graduates include Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Registered Nurses and Nurse Practitioners, many of whom have successfully completed the Advanced Clinician Practitioner in Arthritis Care (ACPAC) program.

 

The program emphasizes best practice assessment and management techniques as applied to the most common types of inflammatory arthritis.

Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the skills to effectively recognize and report on the health status of clients with inflammatory and osteoarthritis and to formulate an appropriate management plan.

 

To learn more, please visit our website at http://www.arthritis.ca/cpsia

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