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From the Editor: Winter 2002

Well, this year has certainly gone by quickly and, with this the final, winter issue, we reflect on 2002 and look toward 2003. In 2003 we will produce four issues sent out on a quarterly basis beginning in March.


September 16, 2009
By Susan Repa

Well, this year has certainly gone by quickly and, with this the final, winter issue, we reflect on 2002 and look toward 2003. In 2003 we will produce four issues sent out on a quarterly basis beginning in March.

In 2002 we have looked at massage therapy research, geriatric and pediatric massage and celebrated Canada’s Olympic gold. We have lots of ideas and topics for future issues but we want to hear from you. This is your magazine. What would you like information about? Please write, call or e-mail us with your thoughts, concerns or ideas.

On another note, you will see on this page a star burst announcing continuing education units (CEU). This means that you may now claim CEU credits for reading the magazine.

Each College has their own guidelines for accrediting these units so check your guidelines. We have included, for your convenience, a template within the magazine to record your CEUs.

Thank you to all of our advertisers and subscribers for a wonderful first year and to all of our supporters in the field of Massage Therapy.

All of us at Massage Therapy Canada magazine would like to wish you all a very happy holiday and a healthy
and prosperous New Year.

– Susan Repa CYW, RMT


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