Each month we feature some our most valued contributions to Physiopedia in the preceding months. We are very grateful to all these contributors in June 2011:
Temple University’s Evidence Based Practice Project
We were really impressed with the pages that the Temple students produced and that the project was completed quietly with no support form us. Thank you to Scott and the students involved.
We are very grateful to Michael Rowe for merging his physiotherapy specific wiki, Open Physio, with Physiopedia to provide us with nearly 50 new pages of content. Thanks Michael.
Thoracic manipulation with shoulder dysfunction
We wanted to highlight this page and the contributions that Jill Robison made as part of her recent clinical experience and which lead to our first piece of published research in Physiopedia.
Feasibility of Applying a Simple Method to Quantify Clinical Experience: A Case Report
We are grateful to Selena Horner for her continued support of our Physiopedia project and in contributing this great piece of research.
Thanks to Clinically Relevant for becoming a Gold Sponsor. Clinically Relevant provides some great smart phone and tablet apps for use in the clinical environment.