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RMTBC REVIEW - MASSAGE THERAPY & CANADIANS’ HEALTH CARE NEEDS 2020

30 April 2020

Summary

I took the highest level of training possible, which at the time was through the Aquatic Therapy and Rehab Institute in the US, and studied with the author of the leading textbook “Aquatic Exercise Therapy.” It wasn’t long before I was the leading expert in Aquatic Therapy, and that led to opportunities like teaching at UBC, and being sought after by teams like the Vancouver Grizzlies and dozens o. [...] First Survey POLICYMAKERS, Tremendous progress has been made in the field of MT research; however, researchers suggest Other organizations, including the Massage Therapists’ Association of The first survey was sent out eight weeks prior to the meeting, and the that there is still a long way to go, and both the quantity and the quality of MT research need British Columbia and several academic insti. [...] Prior to the summit, workshop participants were invited (frequencies and means) were calculated for the survey data, and content analysis on the data, attend the summit, and contribute to the final meeting report and to complete two online surveys. [...] Results from the first survey were reviewed and interpreted the summit capitalized on the biannual IN-CAM research gathering being held in the Leslie Dan aggregated information from the surveys would be shared with by the organizers and facilitator, and the results were used to inform Pharmacy Building on the University of Toronto campus. [...] A framework for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, had no role in the design of a national MT research agenda, a grand vision for MT research, and the study; in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of the data; in a 12-month action plan were developed.

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Massage Therapists Association of British Columbia

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