What: uOttawa Vigil marking the 30th Anniversary of the Polytechnique Massacre and the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women https://www.uottawa.ca/gazette/en/news/remembering-them-uottawa-commemorates-victims-montreal-massacre Where: Courtyard between the STEM Complex and Marion Hall, off Louis-Pasteur Private When: Friday, December 6, 2019, at 4:30 p.m.
The OBGYN Academy, a non-for-profit educational resource, is putting out a series of videos to teach about Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy. From "What to expect at Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy" to "Overview of the Pelvic Floor Assessment" and more! To view the first episode or link to all episodes, click "Read More" below!
A collaboration between a pain scientist (Lorimer Mosely), a hipster pain physio (David Moen) and a professional communicator (Sam Chisholm). "Be brave and have hope, because it is possible to tame the beast". To get links, click on "Read More" below to the right!
We though you might enjoy this video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAy5tyOz_9A
Recently, two of our undergraduate engineering students had abstracts accepted into the biomedical engineering conference 2019 that took place at the University of Ottawa on March 23/24th. This conference provided students with the opportunity to participate in entrepreneurship and academic competitions, seminars and networking opportunities. Check out their abstracts here
Here is a link to the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario webinar on the best practices for infection control. Whether you are a PT or a patient, it is helpful to have a look and see what measures are in place to keep everyone safe. https://www.collegept.org/about/webinars
Great episode about provoked vestibulodynia (and a little bit of unprovoked VD) from sickboy podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-609726377/painful-doormat-provoked
The Simon Foundation for Incontinence is an excellent resource for your questions and concerns about urinary and bowel incontinence. They are an organization dedicated to removing the stigma around incontinence and providing individuals with incontinence with the resources they need. Make sure to check out their latest research and scientific news and even subscribe to [...]
Another great episode of White Coat Black Art: it features an interview with Dr. Michael Klein who who ran the first RCT of episiotomies in Canada and has consistently been working to change how women and children are cared for during and after pregnancy throughout is career. Listen below! https://podcast-a.akamaihd.net/mp3/podcasts/whitecoat-G1cNBmHN-20181102.m
This is a podcast done by CBC's White Coat Black Art, addressing the sexual health needs of women with disabilities and the gaps that need to be filled for women within the Canadian health care system. Doctors need to see women with disabilities as sexual beings. https://podcast-a.akamaihd.net/mp3/podcasts/whitecoat-WgZ0HOtS-20181019.mp3