Advanced Health Care Practice
The first program of its kind in Canada, the Advanced Health Care Practice program is a one-year (three terms) course-based master's program offering an opportunity for experienced health-care professionals to obtain graduate-level education in a clinical specialty. This master's-level program uses a variety of approaches to teaching and learning and links advanced clinical practice to critical appraisal of research evidence.
The Advanced Health Care Practice program offers six fields of study:
This program (formerly called Manipulative Therapy) prepares physiotherapists to be advanced clinicians in the assessment and treatment of neuromuscular dysfunction and manage complex musculoskeletal clinical conditions.
Focuses on the development of specialized clinical skills and research methods needed to assess and treat people with acute and chronic wounds.
Designed to help healthcare professionals develop advanced skills in managing complex pain by using their own real-world experiences as a platform for learning.
This fully-online graduate program encourages students to leverage their own experience and emphasizes authentic, case-based learning. The program’s foundations are health promotion and education, evidence-informed health interventions and efficient and effective supports for individuals throughout the lifespan.