New Supervision Guide Published

We’ve published a new guide to help students and interim registrants understand and follow the College’s three supervision models.

The supervision models for student and interim registrants are used to protect the public and instil public confidence in physical therapy service delivery during a period of licensure when a student or interim registrant has not yet met all of the requirements for full registration. Supervision also facilitates the ongoing development and application of physical therapy competencies by those who have not yet formally demonstrated entry-level competence. The supervision model for unregulated members of the health care team such as PTSWs ensures the provision of safe, quality client care by providing standards and boundaries to what tasks can be assigned and how those tasks should be monitored, progressed, and documented.

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