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Powered by the Physiopedia community, Top Tips Tuesday is a short weekly curated email with news stories, tips and musings to help you to keep up-to-date and interested in the world of Physiotherapy. Check out this recent issue here. It might be a cool infographic that we think you will love, some new resources that you can use with your patients, or an inspirational story we came across – but everything in there is open access and clinically relevant to Physiotherapy practice. We will even let you know how long you need to set aside to make the most of each of the resources, so you can click on those that pique your curiosity and match your time availability.

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Every Monday we publish an easy to digest analysis and interpretation of a latest high impact article focussing on clinical implications. You can read a snapshot of one of the articles of the week below and find out more too!

Pitfalls of Clinical Prediction Rules for Musculoskeletal Practice | Article of The Week #28

Clinical prediction rules (CPRs)  are tools that intend to guide clinicians in their everyday clinical decision making. They provide physiotherapists with an evidence-based tool to assist in patient management when determining a particular diagnosis or prognosis, or when predicting a response to a particular intervention.

CPRs are most commonly used in musculoskeletal practice but can be found in other areas such as respiratory settings. They tend to be prescriptive in nature and the popularity has been increasing in recent years but are they actually logically and factually sound?

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