Over 60 new global health resources available on PP+

Over 60 new  global health resources available on PP+

There are now over 60 new  global health resources available in our e-library and resource centre exclusively available on PP+. This includes 9 book chapters, 3 videos, many journal articles and international reports. All resources are available to use at each members convenience.

These book chapters have been very kindly provided for your learning by our academic partner Elsevier.  The content team at Elsevier Health are delighted to be able to share these with you:

  • Chapter 8: Infectious Disease, Goodman CC, Fuller KS. Pathology: implications for the physical therapist. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2014 Nov 5.
  • Chapter 2: Behavioral, Social, and Environmental Factors Contributing to Disease and Dysfunction, Goodman CC, Fuller KS. Pathology: implications for the physical therapist. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2014 Nov 5.
  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Concepts of Pathology, Goodman CC, Fuller KS. Pathology: implications for the physical therapist. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2014 Nov 5.
  • Chapter 2: Roles and Characteristics of Physical Therapists, Pagliarulo MA. Introduction to physical therapy. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2015 Oct 8.
  • Chapter 1: The Profession of Physical Therapy: Definition and Development, Pagliarulo MA. Introduction to physical therapy. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2015 Oct 8.
  • Chapter 6: Health and Function: Patient Management Principles, Guccione, Andrew A., Dale Avers, and Rita Wong. Geriatric physical therapy. Elsevier
  • Chapter 2: Implications of an Aging Population for Rehabilitation: Demography, Mortality, and Morbidity of Older Adults, Guccione, Andrew A., Dale Avers, and Rita Wong. Geriatric physical therapy. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011.
  • Section I: Introduction to Concepts of Pathology in Goodman CC, Fuller KS. Pathology: Implications for the Physical Therapist. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2014 Nov 5.
  • Part 1 Thinking about Health and Health Promotion in Scriven A. Promoting Health: A Practical Guide: Forewords: Linda Ewles & Ina Simnett; Richard Parish. Elsevier Health Sciences; 2010 May 4.

Some of the latest journal articles and reports of interest come from our colleagues who have openly shared their content online:

  • Skinner, M. Physiotherapy’s Place in the World. New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy. 2015 Nov 43;3:73-74.
  • Schoeb V. Non-communicable diseases are the biggest challenges of the 21 st century: What is the physiotherapist’s role in global health?. Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal. 2016 Dec 31;35:A1-2.
  • World Confederation of Physical Therapy Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021
  • World Health Organization. 2015 global reference list of 100 core health indicators.

Finally our topic specialists who have been kind enough to share their time and knowledge through video interviews that also inform up to date learning through our courses:

  • Dr Veronika Schoeb on NCDs and physiotherapy.
  • Interview with Dr Emma Stokes on Global Health.
  • Dr Mike Landry on Disaster Management.

All of these resources were recently used in the global health course which ended recently on PP+. You can access the course and complete it in your own time in the near future.

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Away from the keyboard I am extended scope physiotherapist working in ED and an acute frailty unit specialising in rapid assessment and discharge of acutely unwell frail older people.

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