The next Physiopedia volunteer orientation course is for ALL rehabilitation professionals!

Physiopedia invites ALL rehabilitation professionals to join us for our next Volunteer Orientation Course starting on 6 November. Extend your skills, broaden your professional network, and make a positive impact on global health by joining our Physiopedia volunteer team!

Physiopedia is not just for physiotherapists. Our mission is to improve global health by providing free access to rehabilitation knowledge. The skills, knowledge, and diversity of our volunteers are what make this possible. Whether you are an occupational therapist, physiotherapist, prosthetist, orthotist, or speech and language therapist, we need you!

Physiopedia volunteers are a great team who share their knowledge and work together to create and review Physiopedia pages, ensuring they are accurate, up-to-date and based on high-level evidence. But volunteering is not just about giving; it is about growing and learning too! By becoming part of our team, you will have the chance to:

  • Improve your digital proficiency
  • Sharpen your writing and editing skills
  • Expand your professional network
  • Contribute to your ongoing professional development

Our volunteer team is diverse, passionate, and committed. Listen to Kim, our content manager, as she shares her journey and experience. 

No prior editing experience? Not a problem. Our 3-week volunteer orientation course starting in November will cover all you need to know about editing an online wiki and content creation. After completing the course, you will join the volunteer content team, where you will get the chance to put everything you have learned into practice.

Are you ready to be part of something big? Sign up for our 3-week online volunteer orientation course starting on 6 November. Upon successful completion, you will receive a certificate and be invited to join our volunteer content team. Register here and set off on a journey that promises to be both personally and professionally rewarding!