New trauma content development project

We are excited to announce a new content development project with St George’s University Hospitals, one of the largest physiotherapy providers in South London. The St Georges Trauma Project has been developed by the Trauma and Orthopaedic Department and is led by Lucy Coughlan  The physiotherapy team will create and update a selection of pages related to trauma and orthopaedics as part of their continuing professional development (CPD). These pages will then be used for service development within the department.

This Project started in June and will be ongoing, the participants will be compiling current information on a specific injury which will then be made publicly available on Physiopedia. The aim is to update the teaching resources and promote high quality trauma rehabilitation.

If you are one of the team working in this department we welcome you to the project.  This is a great opportunity to deepen your knowledge on a specific topic as well as contribute to the international Physiopedia resource. You will also get a CPD certificate for taking part.  Good luck!!!

If you are not part of this project but are interested in setting up a similar project in your workplace, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss further.

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