Online Instructor Development Program – Course 9 – Integrating Research into the Classroom

  • Type:
  • Home Study
  • Time:
  • 4 hours
This online course will explore why research literacy is important, as well as develop basic and effective strategies to access, understand, critically evaluate and apply research evidence to practice. Research is an important factor which can aid in the care provided to clients, as new methods, theories and approaches become available. It is equally important to be able to discern what is deemed as valid research and the authenticity or credibility of sources when viewing search results or information that is provided by others related to their research findings.
West Coast College of Massage Therapy / Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy
Rozsika den Haan
888-449-2242
  • Units:
  • 1.5
  • Approved by:
  • It is an accredited
  • Prerequisites:
  • The minimum requirements for entry into the program include ONE of the following: Must have successfully completed a Massage Therapy program and/or Spa and Aesthetics program; OR Must be a registered practitioner in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM); OR Member of a Professional Association which assumes many of the duties of a regulatory body (in the absence of regulated professions in Canadian Provinces); OR Other individuals with advanced degrees AND at least 2500 hours of experience working with clients in a clinical setting (this occupational experience can be combined from more than one healthcare field)
  • Category:
  • Primary
  • Course Target:
  • experienced
  • Course Class:
  • secondary
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