ReLAB-HS Education Survey | You Can Input into The Education of Rehabilitation Professions Around The World

At Physiopedia we are massively proud of our important role in the ReLAB-HS project, and as part of this global initiative we are creating an education and training toolkit to support rehabilitation professionals around the world. It is crucial that this toolkit is developed with a thorough understanding of the needs of all rehabilitation stakeholders – and that’s where we would like to hear your voice.

If you work for an academic institution, non-academic institution (NGO) or professional association in the rehabilitation sector then we would love to include your input in shaping the development of an internationally relevant rehabilitation education and training toolkit.

Please Complete Our 30 minute Online Survey

The online survey shouldn’t take more than half an hour of your time, and by sharing your views, you will be contributing to building the learning capacity of rehabilitation professionals around the world and improving the quality of rehabilitation care provided to individuals in need.

Sign up for the next Volunteer Orientation Course

For more detail on the purpose of the survey you can read our ReLAB-HS Education Situational Analysis Invite.

And let us know if you’re taking part from a low-to-middle income country (LIMC)

If you are taking part from an LMIC then make sure you contact us when you have completed the survey for free access to our Physioplus online learning platform for your organisation.

This work is supported by the USAID funded Learning Acting Building for Rehabilitation in Health Systems (ReLAB-HS) project and is not possible without the generous and committed contribution of the Leahy War Victims fund.

ReLAB-HS is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and is implemented under cooperative agreement number 7200AA20CA00033. The consortium is managed by prime recipient, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.