Partners


1  Link   Canadian Athletic Therapists Association 
The CATA is a progressive not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and delivery of the highest quality care to active individuals through injury prevention, emergency services and rehabilitative techniques. The Association is a leader within the Sport Medicine Community of Canada through its continuing development, implementation and monitoring of professional standards. In collaboration with other allied health professionals, the CATA creates a healthier environment that encompasses the needs of the active community through to the high performance athlete.
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2  Link   Athletic Therapists Association of BC
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3  Link   Saskatchewan Athletic Therapists Association 
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4  Link   Ontario Athletic Therapists Association
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5  Link   La Corporation des Thérapeutes du Sport du Québec
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6  Link   Atlantic Provinces Athletic Therapists’ Association 

MANITOBA SPORTS MEDICINE PARTNERS

1  Link   Sport Medicine and Science Council of Manitoba
The Sport Medicine Council of Manitoba (SMCM) is a cooperative forum of medical, paramedical and sport science provider groups organized to meet the needs of Manitoba's sport, recreation and fitness communities. The SMCM is a collaboration of 14 professional groups who meet on a regular basis and consist of a board of directors and an executive committee.
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2  Link   Manitoba Brain Injury Association
In 1987, a small group of individuals recognized the value of education and mutual support for those affected by a brain injury and established the Manitoba Brain Injury Association. This model of members helping members allowed MBIA to grow its services and prevention programs over the following years. Today, a Board of Directors comprising dedicated, respected community members governs the Association and we have over 400 members. Through our staff and volunteers, we now offer a variety of programs and services while holding true to the value of mutual support held by our founding members.

UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS IN MANITOBA

1  Link   University of Manitoba
The BKin-AT degree program is a four-year program that includes a strong core curriculum. The program is designed to assist students in acquiring the body of knowledge pertaining to the prevention, immediate care, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal orthopedic injuries. Extensive clinical and fieldwork experiences are provided so that students can apply their knowledge and skills in practical settings and meet the practicum requirements for certification. Students will acquire the theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and all the prerequisites necessary to become certified as Athletic Therapists in accordance with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA).
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2  Link   University of Winnipeg
Our mission is to provide an environment where students in Kinesiology and Applied Health can pursue their potential through our commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and community service.


SPORT MANITOBA

1  Link   Sport Manitoba
Organized sport in Manitoba, which combines the talents of dedicated volunteers and trained professionals and is supported by government and the corporate sector, can trace its roots back to 1961. Amateur sport leadership in the province has since undergone many changes, one of which was the introduction of Sport Manitoba in 1996.

Representing a merger of the membership-based Manitoba Sports Federation and the Province of Manitoba Sport Directorate, Sport Manitoba was created to act as a single unified body for amateur sport.

With hundreds of partners and thousands of athletes, coaches and officials involved in sport, Sport Manitoba has taken a collaborative approach to meeting the needs of the community.

Setting the stage for this approach was a two-year province-wide initiative aimed at creating a more effective and efficient sport delivery system. The result has been a Sport Manitoba leadership model that is unique to sport delivery in Canada, driven by provincial sport policy and representative of all stakeholders in sport.