Come Find us at WCPT Congress in South Africa!

We are at #WCPT2017 make sure you come and see us!

It’s not often that we get the chance to meet our readers and users so we would love for you to come and visit us, at WCPT Congress in Cape Town next week. It’ll be busy for Physiopedia as well as for you, but wouldn’t it be nice to put a little time aside for each other?

We will have a stand in the exhibition hall (T12, next to South Africa House) where we will be showing you the latest and greatest features that Physiopedia, Physiospot and Physiopedia Plus can offer. We would love to hear what you think of the new Physiopedia website and SASP members are welcome to come over and see what they get for free in Physiopedia Plus.  Don’t feel like you need to stay for a tour if you don’t want one, we are equally as happy just to chat and discuss what is happening with physiotherapy around the world.

Rachael Lowe is flying the Physiopedia flag proudly, with a total of 4 presentations. Rachael is a brilliant speaker; her passion and energy is inspiring and she will certainly be a highlight for everyone at Congress. Make sure you come to at least one of the following:

  1. Sunday 2 July 12:30-13:15 –  Are Physiotherapists Walking the Walk? A Global Survey of Physiotherapists Physical Activity Levels – Poster Area, Exhibition Hall
  2. Sunday 2 July 16:15-17:45 – Lessons Learned from Educating the Global Physiotherapy Profession through Massive Open Online Courses – Room 2.60
  3. Tuesday 4 July 10:15-11:15 – Career development Networking Session (Technology and Entrepreneurship) – Indaba Area Zone 1, Exhibition Hall
  4. Tuesday 4 July 13:00-13:15 – Global learning through MOOCs the Physiopedia experience – Indaba Area Zone 2, Exhibition Hall

It’s not too late to register for Congress, we would love to meet you all.

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