CATA Education and Research Foundation



The CATA Education and Research Foundation is a non-profit foundation created to respond to the demand for education and research of the physically active Canadian population.

The goals and objectives of the Foundation are:

  • To advance the knowledge-base for the health care of the physically active population.
  • To encourage scientific research among professionals such as certified athletic therapists, which focuses on improving the health care of the physically active population.
  • To provide a forum for exchange of ideas in areas pertaining to health care of the physically active population.
  • To provide educational programs and materials that allows certified athletic therapists and other healthcare professionals to obtain new knowledge in areas pertaining to the health care of the physically active population.
  • To provide guidelines and serve as a resource to physically active individuals and those who provide their health care to help both recognize the importance of injury prevention, evaluation, treatment, and rehabilitation.
  • To provide scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students of athletic therapy.
  • To plan and implement an endowment fund to support the research and educational goals of the Foundation.

 

Educational and Research Foundation

Member Name

Email

Richard DeMont

rgdemont@gmail.com

Jacqueline Vandertuin

jackie.vandertuin@gmail.com

Trisha Scribbans

tdscribbans@gmail.com

Katie Mitchell

kmmitchell08@gmail.com

Janie Cournoyer (Director) 

janie_091@hotmail.com