Physiopedia is a charity, a not-for profit organisation run by a team of volunteers. All funds that we raise go directly towards achieving our mission. We educate, we build community and we advocate for our profession. Every month, over 2 million individuals from nearly every country in the world learn from the Physiopedia website. Empowering physiotherapists, other rehabilitation professionals and the health seeking public with knowledge means better health care, improved functioning and reduced disability around the world.
Collaboration is at the heart of what we do – whether it’s collaborating with universities, facilitating research opportunities or working with our Partner organisations, the entire Physiopedia project is based on collaboration – and everyone is included. We would like every physio in the world to be involved in this community-driven project for our profession. With our Top Contributor each month, and new Annual Awards Programme, we make sure we celebrate all the dedication and teamwork. Maybe you could collaborate with us too or even join the team!
Removing barriers to Physiotherapy knowledge everywhere
You have probably heard about our world famous annual free online courses but you may not have come across all of our exciting content development projects – from creating resources for Physiotherapists working with refugees to collaborating with the International Committee of the Red Cross to create content on cerebral palsy – these projects impact far and wide.
For those of you with Physioplus membership, you’ll know how we work together with topic specialists to help them to share their knowledge (could this be for you?), but you might not realise that every subscription to Physioplus helps to support free access to the online education at Physioplus to those in low-income countries and discounted access to those in middle-income countries. This is a really important one for us – we are passionate about giving people on opposite sides of the world access to the same great learning resources, and removing financial barriers to learning wherever possible.