Each month we feature some our most valued contributions to Physiopedia in the preceding months. We are very grateful to all these contributors in September 2011.
This is a collaborative effort from AGILE to engage online alongside people with similar interests to develop the Older People section of Physiopedia. It had been developed on their behalf by Bhanu Ramaswamy and is based on work by the group to update their Physiotherapy and Older People: A resource for student and newly qualified physiotherapists booklet.
Dr Elaine Lonnemann
This month we wanted to feature Dr Lonnemann’s amazing efforts in engaging her pre and post registration students, and clinicians to contribute to their own learning through the use of Physiopedia. We are very grateful for Dr Lonneman’s tireless contributions! See her projects here, here, here and here.
This month we wanted to highlight another page that was created by DPT students as part of a recent project at Texas State University, it is a great example of comprehensive evidence based article.
Thanks to PhysioTools for becoming a Gold Sponsor. PhysioTools provide exercis software designed to support your client’s program of exercise and care.