Physiopedia is always happy to partner with Universities to develop content pages. A content partnership is a great way for students to share their knowledge and showcase their work. We recently had the pleasure of working with Dr John Stephens a senior lecturer at Northumbria University in the UK and students on the MSc two-year accelerated programme. Heset his students the arduous task of creating pages investigating innovation and service delivery within physiotherapy with emphasis on person-centred care in physiotherapy practice.
The result… some interesting and thought-provoking pages that reflect their enthusiasm and commitment not only to the project but to the physiotherapy profession. But don’t take my word for you, you can click on the links below and have a look at these awesome pages for yourself:
- The Stress Response Following Serious Injury or Illness: A Biopsychosocial Approach.
- Falls Risk Assessment Tool (FRAT): An Overview to Assist Understanding and Conduction
- Prehabilitation in Cancer Care
- Public Involvement in Research
If you would like to find out more about how to create your own content development project we have a step-by-step guide that explains what you need to do. You can also find out how Physiopedia and University Collaborations just got better in this interesting article by Rachael Lowe.