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Interview: Jacqueline Reznik & Joanne Morris Interview: Jacqueline Reznik & Joanne Morris...

This post includes two interviews about pharmacology and physiotherapy practice. This is a hot topic at the moment and we hope these interview help you understand why. Jacqueline Reznik is co-author of the recently published [Read More...]

Physiopedia increases security with HTTPS Physiopedia increases security with HTTPS...

Security is a hot topic in the world of IT and the internet and rightly so! The devastating outbreaks of ransomware this year in particular highlight the importance of increased vigilance and adoption of best practices. Following the [Read More...]

3 Accredited Online Courses for Physical Therapists in Texas 3 Accredited Online Courses for Physical Therapists in Texas...

With three courses accredited in the state of Texas, and with a 20% discount, there has never been more of a reason to become a PP+ member.  Great news if you are a Physical Therapist from Texas as Physiopedia is actively working with [Read More...]

Interview: Dr Janne Veerbeek on Predicting Functional Outcomes in Stroke Interview: Dr Janne Veerbeek on Predicting Functional Outcomes...

A stroke occurs when there is interruption of the blood supply to the brain caused by ischemic or hemorrhagic changes. According to the WHO, 15 million people a year suffer from this tragic event leading to changes in muscular power and [Read More...]

How do you track your CPD? How do you track your CPD?...

Keeping record of your continuing professional development (CPD) activities is a necessity for all Physiotherapists. By keeping track of your learning activities you can demonstrate the impact of your learning on your practice, and that [Read More...]

Queen's University & Physiopedia Project a Great Success Queen’s University & Physiopedia Project a Great...

Some of the best work on Physiopedia has been created by physiotherapy students who have taken part in our Educational Projects. For students the projects offer an opportunity to create lasting resources for others on a global scale, for [Read More...]

Some personal reflections on WCPT Congress 2017 Some personal reflections on WCPT Congress 2017...

Each year we try to take Physiopedia to one international conference to get away from our computer screens and meet Physiopedia users and partners face to face and also to spread the word about the available information, resources and [Read More...]

Announcing a New Global Health Project! Announcing a New Global Health Project!...

“Working in Culturally Diverse Settings” is a new project being led by the Global Health Division (GHD) of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. The project aims to educate physiotherapy students and professionals in regard to cultural [Read More...]

OpenPhysio journal - a shift away from traditional publication models OpenPhysio journal – a shift away from traditional...

The OpenPhysio journal is live!  The team at Physiopedia have been working with Editor Michael Rowe to put together a peer reviewed journal with a focus on physiotherapy education. The journal has some features that are pretty [Read More...]

The Hambisela Project The Hambisela Project...

We have some amazing cerebral palsy resources available on Physiopedia with highlights being the "Managing Cerebral Palsy" course available to PP+ members. The quality of this course is cemented by the 20 CCU's which are up for grabs if [Read More...]

Interview: Professor Jane Burridge on Using Technology & Other Insights into Stroke Rehabilitation Interview: Professor Jane Burridge on Using Technology &...

Jane's mission is to optimise recovery for those who have had a neurological injury, through the use of technology & neuroscience.   Professor Jane Burridge is the president of ACPIN (The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in [Read More...]

Interview - Megan Giglia MBE a paralympians perspective on physiotherapy stroke rehabilitation Interview – Megan Giglia MBE a paralympians perspective on...

As part of the recent Physiopedia Plus Stroke course we were extremely fortunate to record this interview with one of the UK's leading paralympians, Megan Giglia MBE. In this interview Megan gives her unique perspective as a young stroke [Read More...]

Stroke Content in Physiopedia & PP+ Stroke Content in Physiopedia & PP+...

There are now over 50 stroke resources available in our e-library and resource centre exclusively available on PP+. This includes a variety of brilliant content including book chapters, interviews and articles. These book chapters have [Read More...]

Create exercise programmes with PhysioTools in Physiopedia Plus! Create exercise programmes with PhysioTools in Physiopedia Plus!...

PhysioTools has been a world leading exercise programme provider since 1987 and now you can trial the system by creating your own plans from Physiopedia Plus! PhysioTools is the smart way to create personalised exercise plans tailored [Read More...]

Interview: Dr Coralie English on Stroke Rehabilitation Interview: Dr Coralie English on Stroke Rehabilitation...

For more content like this make sure you check out our stroke course on PP+. Dr Coralie English is specialist stroke physiotherapist and has been kind enough to share her thoughts about her own work as well as providing clinical advice [Read More...]

Free Online Course for World Clubfoot Day! Free Online Course for World Clubfoot Day!...

On World Clubfoot Day we are delighted to announce that the 2017 Physiopedia MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) will be on Clubfoot.  This course aims to provide a basic theoretical understanding of Clubfoot and to align global [Read More...]

Discover physiotherapy related podcasts Discover physiotherapy related podcasts...

There are many, many ways that information of value to practising physiotherapists and physical therapists is now shared online. Podcasts are one form that many may know of, but may not be familiar with as a useful professional resource. [Read More...]

Physiospot is Going Open-Access Physiospot is Going Open-Access...

At Physiopedia we believe sharing knowledge is essential for our profession to evolve and help improve global health. It is the foundation we are built upon and we are proud of our community. We achieve great things thanks to our fantastic [Read More...]

PEPA Case Studies PEPA Case Studies...

Over 6 weeks in June 2016, in collaboration with ExerciseWorks, Physiopedia delivered it’s fourth Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the topic of physical activity. 8,482 participants formally registered for the Physiotherapy Exercise [Read More...]

Cerebral Palsy Course is Worth 20 CCUs in the USA! Cerebral Palsy Course is Worth 20 CCUs in the USA!...

The Cerebral Palsy Course, which was developed with the ICRC, is available for FREE in the trial area of PP+. Sign up to get your CCUs Over 8 weeks in September and October 2016 Physiopedia, in collaboration with the International [Read More...]