IMPORTANT
When you are ready to submit the Jurisprudence Module, make sure that you click the “Submit Module” button at the end.

If you do not click the “submit Module” button your results will not be recorded and you will have to attempt the module again.

Please note that once you have clicked the “Submit Module” button at the end of the examination, you will not be able to review and change your responses.  

If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact Aidan at the College at jurisprudence@collegept.org or by phone at 1-800-585-5885, or 416-591-3828 ext. 299.
“I can’t log into my account”
a) Please visit the “Forgot Password” page by clicking on this link: https://cpo.ysasecure.com/password/forgot
b) Enter your email address all lower case
c) If your email address is valid, you will be emailed a link to reset your password.
“When I enter my email address I receive an error that says ‘this user does not exist’”
Please be sure you are entering your email address all lower case as this is case sensitive.
As a reminder the College sends emails to the address that it currently has on file. If you have recently changed your email address please update it with the College and let us know by email (jurisprudence@collegept.org) so that the Module can be resent to you. You can update your information by going to the Update Your Information – PT Portal on the website  Click the SIGN IN button.
“What is the recommended web browser to use?”
We recommend using one of the following browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Firefox.
“What type of internet connection will I need for the Module?”
A speed of at least 10 Mbp s is recommended. You may want to test your internet speed before the module. You can do so by using one of the following tests:

http://speedtest.googlefiber.net/
http://beta.speedtest.net/
https://fast.com/

A speed lower than 10 Mbps will not ensure optimal performance during the Module. You are recommended to find a better internet connection prior to beginning your Module.
“Can I leave my module and come back to it later?”
Yes. You are free to enter and exit the module as many times as you like. Only when you click “Submit Module” does it count as an attempt.
“Is there a tutorial I can take so that I can see how the system works?”
Yes. You have access to a tutorial. We highly recommend that you take the tutorial before attempting the Module, so you can become familiar with how it works. Please go to https://cpo.ysasecure.com/login and enter the same access credentials that were provided to you to be able to access the Module. Please note, the questions in this tutorial have nothing to do with the questions you will encounter when completing the Module – the goal of the tutorial is to familiarize yourself with the software you will be using to complete the Module and test whether your computer set up is compatible. You can access the tutorial as many times as you wish and the time will not affect the time available for your completion of the Module.
 
“Who can I contact if I need assistance before, during or after the Jurisprudence Module?”
If you have any questions about the Jurisprudence Module, please contact Aidan at the College at jurisprudence@collegept.org or by phone at 1-800-585-5335, or 416-591-3828 ext. 299.
If you require an alternate format or have an accessibility question, please contact communications@collegept.org.
“Where can I find instructions on how to navigate the online Jurisprudence Module?”
We highly recommend that you take the tutorial before the Module (refer to tutorial questions above). The tutorial will ensure that you are familiar with the Module interface. You can find below a summary of the navigation features:

Please find below a summary of the navigation features that the tutorial will familiarize you with:

Skip questions by clicking on “Go to next question” button:



Bookmark questions by clicking the "Bookmark / Ribbon" icon in the top toolbar on the computer screen:



Retrieve unanswered or bookmarked questions by selecting one of the following buttons in the top toolbar on the computer screen:



Provide any comments or feedback via the "Online Notes" field - click the "Clipboard" icon in the top toolbar:



Review and change your responses until you have clicked the "Submit Module" button at the end:

"How do I know when I have completed the Module?"
After clicking “Submit Module” you will see a message that confirms that you have submitted the Module correctly. It will show the date and time, the score you received, whether you passed or failed and will then provide a list, question by question, noting whether you answered that question correctly or incorrectly. All of this information will be stored electronically and the College will have access to it.
"Can I print the Jurisprudence Module?"
No, it is not possible to print the Jurisprudence Module or to download it. This is done as a security measure to prevent the widespread sharing of the questions and answers. You are encouraged to work with colleagues and other physiotherapists to discuss and learn, but the inability to print is meant to deter people from sharing the correct answers. You can however enter the Module as many times as you like and your answers will be automatically saved. 
"I’ve exited the Jurisprudence Module and I forgot to record my score. Can I get a copy?"
You can log back in to the Module and click on “Profile” at the top right hand side of the menu bar, then “History” and a summary of your activity to date will appear.  The summary does not include which questions you’ve answered correctly or incorrectly. The summary shows
  • when you started and/or completed the Module
  • what your mark was out of 50
  • whether you passed or failed
Please note it is NOT necessary to document your score or have a copy of Jurisprudence Module for any reason. The College will never request this. The only records we refer to are the ones provided by the third party vendor that hosts the Jurisprudence Module for the College. Once you successfully complete the Module, your work is done!
"Can I get a copy of the questions that I got wrong?"
You are not able to download the questions or answers to the Jurisprudence Module. When you hit “Submit Module” you will see a summary of the questions you got right and the questions that were incorrect.Once the Module has closed, the College will receive a report of the results of all physiotherapists who attempted the Module. This information is used to prepare educational tools and resources for members in the future.
"When can I complete the Module?"
The Module is only available from October 1 to November 30th, 2019 at 11:59pm.
"What topics or themes do the Jurisprudence Module questions cover?"
The Module is made up of 50 multiple choice questions based on 11 themes. These cover: confidentiality/privacy, conflict of interest, consent, continuing competency, practice management, professional boundaries, record keeping, a physiotherapist’s obligations, scope of practice, use of title and working with physiotherapist assistants.
"How long do I have to complete the Jurisprudence Module?"
You will have two months. This year the Jurisprudence Module is available from October 1, 2019 through to and including November 30, 2019 until 11:59pm. There will be no extensions to this deadline.
"How many attempts do I get to complete Jurisprudence?"
All physiotherapists can try two times to successfully complete the Jurisprudence Module between October 1 and November 30, 2019.
"What happens if I fail the Jurisprudence Module on my first attempt?"
If you do not pass the Module on do your first attempt, you have a second chance to complete it successfully. If you are having difficulty with a particular question, you should re-read the relevant College Standards. The Jurisprudence Module is an “open book” format, so make use of all of the resources available to you. 
"What happens next if I fail Jurisprudence on my second attempt?"
If you do not successfully complete the Jurisprudence Module after two attempts, a College staff member will contact you to discuss next steps.
"What happens if I do not attempt the Jurisprudence Module?"
Physiotherapists who do not attempt to complete the Module by November 30, 2019 (at midnight) will be referred to the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee at the College for investigation.