New Sports Medicine and Exercise Science Projects

We are very excited to announce a new educational project from the University of Oklahoma that will contribute to populating our sports medicine and exercise science section of Physiopedia.

The project is led by Joshua Williams who has been involved with Physiopedia projects previously through his work at Physical Therapy Central and sports residency/tDPT with Evidence in Motion.  Now a faculty member at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the Physical Therapy program Joshua is leading two projects in Physiopedia for his students.  The Sports Medicine and Exercise Science projects are both a graded component of the curriculum in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program.  This assignment challenges students to search out, review, and interpret current best evidence relating to a specific sports medicine and exercise science topics which is then synthesized into a Physiopedia page.

We welcome the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center as a new educational partner and are looking forward to collaborating with Joshua and his students.  We’re excited to see what they find and write for us all!

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