Are you looking for a practice resource to help apply a College standard or advisory statement? These might help!

General Resources

New! Is it Occupational Therapy? A Tool to Consider Emerging Practices

The College often receives practice consults inquiring if an activity, task or intervention might be considered something an occupational therapist can perform in British Columbia. This practice resource is intended to guide individuals through a series of reflective questions to help make that determination. For a learning opportunity to interpret and apply this resource, check out our accompanying scenarios for discussion and debate.

Naloxone Resources

New! Quick-Learn Lesson: Naloxone Administration

E-learning lesson outlining what to do if you witness or suspect an opioid overdose.

Produced in partnership by the BC Centre for Disease Control, BC Harm Reduction Strategies and Services, and Toward the Heart

Overdose Prevention and Response in BC
General information and resources related to overdose prevention and response from the Province of BC.

Naloxone specific resources
From the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia.


Cultural Safety Resources

Three years in: A report on the achievements since signing the Declaration of Commitment to Cultural Safety and Humility
Download the BC Health Regulators Report

First Nations Health Authority and BC Patient Safety & Quality Council cultural safety and cultural humility webinar action series. No cost to attend or view previous webinars.
Register here

COTBC Webinars on Indigenous Cultural Safety in Occupational Therapy Practice
Recordings available here

Make your Commitment to Cultural Safety
Read more here


Occupational therapists draw upon a wide variety of tools and resources to provide safe, ethical, and effective care. The resources listed are not intended to be exhaustive and occupational therapists are advised to supplement with additional materials as necessary.

If you know a resource you believe COTBC should consider posting, please contact to discuss.