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Turning passion into action

The Report: September / October 2004 vol.25 num.5

by MIRIAM SOBRINO

usan Hearsey describes herself as “boring.” She’s a physiotherapist who loves the work. She eats, sleeps and breathes physiotherapy. She takes physiotherapy books and magazines with her for holiday reading.

Giving comfort in times of distress

The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4

by CAROLE PEARSON

luremi Ukpeh's first name means "one who gives comfort in times of distress." No wonder physiotherapy seemed like a good career choice.

"Family status"

The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4

by LEANNE M. WALSH

I heard that there is a recent court case about discrimination against employees based on "family status." What are the issues? Why is this court case important?

Speaking up for HSA

The Report: July / August 2004 vol.25 num.4

by CAROL RIVIERE

ecognizing the significant impact that government decisions have on members' working conditions, HSA's 2003 convention passed a resolution adding the function of lobbying to the mandate of HSA's political action committee (PAC).