How can we demand conditions of practice that are compatible with our obligations, and defend the interests of the people we serve? APTS members will soon be offered a training activity on this topic.
The health crisis has forced significant changes in the organization of work in labs – changes that are calling into question the very core of the OPTILAB system. Before we all go back to normal and press the restart button, shouldn’t we at least take the time to think about these issues?
Some APTS members have been reassigned to work in CHSLDs and have had to withdraw their services from their regular clientele. This raises a number of issues in relation to professional practice. The current health and social emergency and the need to bring down terrifying death rates in care homes for older people are aggravating the structural disorganization of our health and social service system.
Recognition of dietitians/nutritionists’ clinical judgment and their role in ensuring more accessible care is reflected in the three new activities they are now authorized to perform. This is a promising advance. We discussed these developments with Marie-Joëlle Valiquette, Director of professional affairs for the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec (OPDQ).
Alors que se poursuit dans la région de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec le deuxième projet pilote prévu dans le cadre de l’implantation du Programme québécois de psychothérapie pour les troubles mentaux, vers quel type de pratique se dirige-t-on?
Exasperated that few people understand what she does as a medical imaging technologist, Marie-Eve Côté decided to put what she calls her “artistic side” to work by making promotional videos about her field.
Is it possible to practise our professions in the current health and social service system as “actively engaged” practitioners? If so, under what conditions? These were the questions posed by a researcher specializing in engaged practice, Marianne Beaulieu.
Use of the OCCI computerized clinical treatment pathway is becoming generalized in most sectors. A panacea for some and a source of concern for others, what position should we take on it?
Amélie Desnoyers is a rehabilitation specialist for those with visual impairments, a profession that satisfies her desire to help, learn and teach, and enables her to work independently and with colleagues from other disciplines.
Meeting with a young – and proud – professional