Description of awards
- Canadian Physiotherapy Assocation (CPA) Award
This prize is awarded to the student with the highest overall GPA during his/her studies. The selection of the candidate is based on academic results from courses and placements.
- Award from l’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ)
This prize is awarded to the student who excels in his/her clinical placements. The candidate is chosen by the program’s clinical training committee
- Martine-Chabot Award
This prize is awarded to a student for his/her determination, courage and tenacity during their course of studies. The candidate is recommended among his peers and approved by the program and the Chabot family.
To donate to the Martine-Chabot Award
- Françoise Savard-Goulet Award
This prize is awarded to a student for excellent academic results, professionalism and contribution to the School’s activities. The candidate is chosen among his peers and approved by the program.
- Andrée Forget Award
This award encourages the development of rehabilitation at the international level. It was created to promote and finance student activities and the School of Rehabilitation teachers’ initiatives for rehabilitation in developing countries. All financing requests must be submitted to the director of the School of Rehabilitation and information requests should be directed to the director of the physiotherapy program
- Award of excellence in cardiorespiratory physiotherapy (Canadian Physiotherapy Association)
This prize is awarded to the student that stands out in this field at an academic and clinical level and that demonstrates an interest for this field.
- Award from the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapy
This prize is awarded to the student that stands out in the practice of manual therapy during the course Advanced MSK physiotherapy (PHT-6006)
- Excellence in Leadership Award (Canadian Physiotherapy Association)
This award aims at recognizing a student that demonstrates exceptional leadership qualities in the promotion of the physiotherapy profession.
- Pediatric Division Award (Canadian Physiotherapy Association)
This prize is awarded to the student for excellence in pediatric physiotherapy. The candidate is selected by a teacher’s committee.
- Action Sport Physio Bursary
This bursary is awarded to a graduating student to highlight academic excellence in a sport-study program or involvement with athletic teams.
For clinical preceptors
- Athéna Award
This prize is awarded to a clinical preceptor for their remarkable contribution and involvement in clinical training of students.
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- Atlas Médic Award
This prize is awarded to a clinical site’s team of physiotherapists for their excellence in teaching
- Atlas Award
This prize is awarded by the graduating class of the program to a professor who excels in teaching. The selection of the professor is managed entirely by the students in the program.