Clinical Faculty play an important role in the UBC Department of Physical Therapy. Through their contributions to the educational and research programs of the department, and through their leadership within their respective organizations, they advance the profession and serve as role models and mentors for UBC Master of Physical Therapy - North students.
Clinical Educators who supervise students on clinical placement or Clinical Educators who supervise students in the clinical setting; served on a UBC committee; or taught in the UBC Master of Physical Therapy program are eligible to apply for a clinical faculty appointment.
Clinical Skills Assistants (CSA)
Become a Clinical Skills Assistant with the MPT-N program!
Clinical Skills Assistants (CSA) play an important role in the development of the clinical skills of students who are the future leaders of our profession. In the UBC Master of Physical Therapy program, CSAs contribute to student learning by assisting the lead instructor in lectures and clinical laboratory sessions, offering demonstrations and providing feedback to students as well as leading small group discussions. With the inception of the MPT-N in 2020, CSAs are needed in the North to support the development of MPT-N students who will be located at UNBC in Prince George.
If you’d like to contribute to this rewarding experience, please check back on this webpage for future available CSA positions in upcoming semesters!