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How to Become a Physiotherapist – A Recent Graduate’s Perspective

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How to Become a Physiotherapist – A Recent Graduate’s Perspective

Being a new grad can be scary and overwhelming. Now what? What are employers looking for? What are some good extra courses to take? How do I start building my own caseload?

Jamie, a physiotherapist and business owner shares her experiences and tips on how to get a head start into the workforce.

Questions
1) Why did you decide to become a physiotherapist? 0:16
2) What was physiotherapy school at UBC like for you? 1:00

3) What was the toughest part of school? 1:45
4) What was the best part of school? 2:26
5) One piece of advice you would give to aspiring physiotherapy students? 3:03

6) What was it like after graduation? 4:00
7) What is the toughest part of private practice? 5:08
8) Do you have any tips on how to build a caseload? 6:13
9) What is the best part of private practice? 7:12

10) What is one piece of advice you would give to students about getting into the workforce? 7:52
11) What are some extra courses you recommend after graduation? 8:52
12) What was the most useful step you have taken to excel in your career? 10:39

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Learn more about Jamie and her business :
http://danzafitnessvancouver.com

Original music produced by Brian Wong:
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