The Department of Physical Therapy is well known for its high standards and excellent faculty. Both our academic faculty and our external faculty are recipients of prestigious teaching awards, providing an excellent learning environment. Our Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) Program has been accredited by Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada.
Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada,
Suite 26, 509 Commissioners Road West, London, Ontario,
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Our graduates are consistently successful on the national physiotherapy competency exam, and frequently achieve scores above the national average. Our evidence-based curriculum is structured to:
- Promote critical thinking
- Develop problem solving skills
- Promote teamwork and collaboration
- Empower students to be lifelong learners
In addition, student participation and feedback in regard to the program and administration is encouraged. Close collaboration with the clinical community and professional bodies ensures that students are able to access high quality clinical fieldwork, as well as being able to participate in professional association and licensing body activities. As well, students have the opportunity to learn from faculty who are involved in diverse research initiatives involving both qualitative and qualitative perspectives.
The Department of Physical Therapy provides an outstanding learning environment and leads in innovative research to advance physical therapy practice globally.
Movement and Function for Life