Physiopedia news: Projects

Recently published Physiopedia news (Category - Projects):

The Hambisela Project The Hambisela Project...

We have some amazing cerebral palsy resources available on Physiopedia with highlights being the "Managing Cerebral Palsy" course available to PP+ members. The quality of this course is cemented by the 20 CCU's which are up for grabs if [Read More...]

Physical Activity in Low and Middle Income Countries Physical Activity in Low and Middle Income Countries...

Insufficient physical activity has been identified to be the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality, causing an estimated 3.2 million deaths worldwide. The physical activity content development project aims to develop content [Read More...]

The Anatomy Project - The First Piece The Anatomy Project – The First Piece...

The medial collateral ligament is the most injured knee ligament therefore it is essential knowledge for all therapists. Understanding its anatomy is crucial in enabling an accurate assessment and suitable treatment plan with accurate [Read More...]

Have your clinic photo on the Physiopedia home page...

We are upgrading our website and we're excited to get you involved!  We are looking for amazing Physiotherapy and Physical Therapy images to display on the new Physiopedia home page and we'd like to invite you to submit an image of your [Read More...]

Database of high quality amputee case reports now live Database of high quality amputee case reports now live...

An exciting new learning resource is now available through Physiopedia with the generous support of the British Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Amputee Rehabilitation (BACPAR). Clinicians and educators can use the database [Read More...]

20 new evidence based low back pain articles from the University of Nottingham 20 new evidence based low back pain articles from the University...

A Spinal Rehabilitation project by students at the University of Nottingham in Physiopedia has created 20 new evidence based articles on topics related to low back pain. Over the past 4 years Paul Hendrick, Lecturer from The University [Read More...]

New sports medicine pages in Physiopedia...

A recent Project in Physiopedia aimed at developing knoweldge, improving technical skills and value open sharing of work has contributed 24 pages to the Sports Medicine section of Physiopedia.  Dr Joshua Williams from The University of [Read More...]

Spinal Cord Injury Content Creation Project is Underway Spinal Cord Injury Content Creation Project is Underway...

Recenty we launched a new content creation project for a new spinal cord injuries section of Physiopedia. We invite you to join us to build this valuable resource for our profession and the SCI community. Last year we ran a course on [Read More...]

New Sports Medicine and Exercise Science Projects New Sports Medicine and Exercise Science Projects...

We are very excited to announce a new educational project from the University of Oklahoma that will contribute to populating our sports medicine and exercise science section of Physiopedia. The project is led by Joshua Williams who has [Read More...]

Educational Projects Report Educational Projects Report...

Between July and September of 2014 as part of my internship as Education Projects Assistant I completed a report on the Educational Projects that we have run in Physiopedia. The report is divided into 5 parts that I have briefly introduced [Read More...]

New trauma content development project New trauma content development project...

We are excited to announce a new content development project with St George's University Hospitals, one of the largest physiotherapy providers in South London. The St Georges Trauma Project has been developed by the Trauma and Orthopaedic [Read More...]

New ‘Central Sensitisation’ page from the PPA Project...

Great to see another new page, Central Sensitisation, coming out of the PPA Pain Project! Nociception is described by IASP as the neural process of encoding noxious stimuli. Central sensitisation describes the circumstances in which [Read More...]

Have expertise in Pain or Amputees?  Take part in our projects to create free education Have expertise in Pain or Amputees? Take part in our projects...

Clinical interest groups around the world are collaborating with Physiopedia to create good evidence based content in Physiopedia that will subsequently be used to shape free open online courses. "Engagement and involvement lead to [Read More...]

Join us and the Physiotherapy Pain Association to populate the pain section of Physiopedia Join us and the Physiotherapy Pain Association to populate the...

If your looking for an innovative way to continue your professional development in the topic of pain look no further!!  In a new partnership Physiopedia and the Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) have come together to populate the pain [Read More...]

Are you aware it's Parkinson's Awareness Week? Are you aware it’s Parkinson’s Awareness Week?...

One person in every 500 has Parkinson's, that's about 127,000 people in the UK. Symptoms and how quickly they progress are different for everyone. There's currently no cure, but drugs and treatments are available to manage many of the [Read More...]

FREE presentations from the Nottingham students!...

The Nottingham students have been at it again.  Seven new evidence based presentations all related to the lower quadrant, that's what they've been up to! Back in October the students on the University of Nottingham’s postgraduate Manual [Read More...]

Des Moines University Project Posts two Very Nice Pages Des Moines University Project Posts two Very Nice Pages...

Des Moines University has just completed their 2013 annual project in Physiopedia with the output of two very nice evidence based pages. The project from Des Moines University is part of the elective course Developing Leadership in [Read More...]

Great New Project with Physical Therapy Central Great New Project with Physical Therapy Central...

We are excited to let you all know about a new educational partnership with Physical Therapy Central (PTC), a clinic established in 2004 with nine privately owned outpatient facilities across Oklahoma. Led by Bridgit Finley, the project [Read More...]