CCPUP is an incorporated entity governed by its members – the 15 accredited physiotherapy education programs in Canada. A leadership team oversees day-to-day operations. The current leadership team consists of:
“Visionary leaders driving physiotherapy education and research, and informing health policy”.
“CCPUP fosters collaboration and exchange of information among Canadian physiotherapy educational programs and associated organizations to promote excellence in curricular content and program delivery”.
CCPUP members endeavour to make decisions based on consensus. All viewpoints are considered, respected and discussed in striving to achieve the organization’s mission.
Curricular content and teaching methods are informed by national and international best practices. Considerations are paid to the diversity of educational models and Provincial health care systems operating in Canada.
CCPUP is committed to excellence in physiotherapy education achieved through an ongoing process of evidence-informed approach, self-reflection and refinement.
CCPUP is dedicated to a process of continuous innovation aimed at meeting the needs of physiotherapy students and patient populations now and in the future.
Composition: CCPUP Chair, CCPUP Chair-Elect, CCPUP Past-Chair, NACEP Chair and Executive Director.
Composition: Clinical education coordinators from the 15 accredited programs.
Composition: 6-8 faculty members including one francophone program and one members from NACEP.
Composition: PEAC Executive Director, CCPUP Executive Director and 2-4 faculty members.
Composition: 4-6 faculty members including one from NACEP and a representative of the CAPR.
The National Physiotherapy Advisory Group (NPAG), representing and accountable to its constituent members, collaborates and communicates regarding strategic matters affecting quality physiotherapy services in Canada.