Every two years, the World Physiotherapy Congress (formally known as the World Confederation for Physical Therapy – or WCPT) has given physiotherapists and rehabilitation specialists an opportunity to share ideas, as well as to reflect upon and plan the future of our profession(s). This year, due to the challenges presented by COVID, the World Physiotherapy Congress has created a digital space for presentations and networking opportunities for rehabilitation professionals to connect from around the world.
Physiopedia is proud to be participating in this year’s congress, from 9 – 11 April 2021, with multiple Physiopedia specific presentations, as well as a few team member’s presenting their own research.
Congratulations to the team and the following Presenters for their contributions to rehabilitation evidence-based knowledge.
A special congratulations to Dr. Nicole Beamish, who has been awarded the following Congress Award: World Physiotherapy Outstanding Platform Presentation Award: North America Caribbean Region.
Five Years of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): Trends in Global Learner Engagement in Physiotherapy Practice. Presented by Naomi O’Reilly. Contributions by Dr. Nicole Beamish, Amanda Ager, Karen Wilson, Naomi O’Reilly & Rachael Lowe.
Participant Outcomes of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Developed as a Response to Educate Physiotherapists on Coronavirus Disease 2019. Presented by Dr. Nicole Beamish. Contributions by Dr. Nicole Beamish, Rachael Lowe & Tony Lowe.
The Reach, Engagement and Experience of Participants in the 2020 Physiopedia Coronavirus Disease Programme: a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Presented by Dr. Nicole Beamish. Contributions by Dr. Nicole Beamish, Rachael Lowe & Tony Lowe.
Physiopedia Team Member’s Presentations
Transcranial Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Dementia: An e-poster. Contributions by Tolulope Adeniji (Accepted, but not presenting this year).
How do Older Adults Learn Medical Instruction: a review of the literature: An e-poster. Contributions by Tolulope Adeniji (Accepted, but not presenting this year).
Chair of the special discussion session: Ethics, Inequity & Climate Change. Facilitated by Andrea Sturm
Introducing the Shoulder Proprioception Reaching Test (SPReT). Presented by Amanda Ager.
Rehabilitation Strategies for the Improvement of Shoulder Proprioception. Presented by Amanda Ager.
Association of Grip Strength and Manual Dexterity with Performance of Activities of Daily Living in People with Parkinson’s Disease. Presented by Arnold Fredrick D’Souza. Contributions by Lincy Kurian and Sydney Roshan Rebello.
A Link to the presentations themselves will be shared following the congress. Please join me in congratulating all contributing Physiopedia team members, with a sincere thank you to the Physioplus Media Team for their time and expertise on producing qualities videos for the congress.