PABC Student Awards

Award Name Eligible Recipient Criteria

PABC Student Award*

($500)

MPT Grad

 

2019 Recipient:

Casey Legualt

 

A Physiotherapy Association of BC (PABC) award of $500 is offered to a program student who has contributed to student engagement in the profession through active involvement in PABC initiatives. Student engagement includes creating, leading, or fostering participation in activities that raise awareness of PABC among students in the MPT program. The student must be a PABC member.

 

*Awarded at the end of November.

PABC Clinical Case Excellence Award*

($500)

MPT Grad

 

2019 Recipient:

Courtenay John

A $500 prize is offered by the Physiotherapy Association of B.C. to a graduating student in the Master of Physical Therapy Program who attains the highest cumulative standing in PHTH 528, 538, 548, and 558. The award is made on the recommendation of Department of Physical Therapy. No application required. Your department will have to send PABC the name of the winner to info@bcphysio.org.


*Awarded at the end of November.

PABC Student Leadership Award*

($500)

MPT Grad

 

2019 Recipient:

Devon Chan

The Physiotherapy Association of BC (PABC) award of $500 is offered to a graduating student and who has demonstrated leadership during the program, and who has impacted student professionalism in an innovative way. The student must be a PABC member.

*Awarded at the end of November.

PABC Academic Achievement Award*

($500)

MPT1 Student

 

2019 Recipient:

Stefan Cvoric

A $500 prize is offered by the Physiotherapy Association of B.C. to the physiotherapy student with the highest cumulative standing in in the first year. No Application Required - Awarded to a first year MPT student for attaining the highest overall standing in first year. No application required. Your department will have to send PABC the name of the winner to info@bcphysio.org.   

 

*Awarded at the end of November.

Canadian Physiotherapy Association Award

 

(1yr CPA Membership)

MPT Grad

 

2019 Recipient:

Megan Bruschetta

No Application Required - Awarded to a graduating student who has attained the second highest academic standing during the entire program. Your department will have to send PABC the name of the winner to info@bcphysio.org.  

 

Alex Scott and Cassandra Legault
PABC President Alex Scott and 2019 PABC Student Engagement Award Recipient Casey Legault
Christine Bradstock and Courtenay John
PABC CEO Christine Bradstock and PABC Clinical Case Excellence Award Recipient Courtenay John