Please note that Humanity and Inclusion staff can access this course for free, please to contact your management team for a discount code!
Thanks to our ongoing collaboration with Humanity Inclusion we have been able to translate our Cerebral Palsy course into French! This is a massive boost to our French speaking colleagues in France, Africa and Haiti as well as our partners in Guyana, Niger, Senegal, Ivory Coast and Mali. The aim of the collaboration is to facilitate the workforce training of HI’s french speaking staff and partners. An example being the Haiti program which has a specific component of e-learning integrated in the rehabilitation project. Of course this also means the course is available to our French users.
Other french courses can be seen on the courses page of physioplus – https://members.physio-pedia.com/learn/ use the drop down “select category” to select Francais to see all the french courses. A sample of what is available can be found below.
Cerebral Palsy is one of the commonest disorders of child development with an incidence of 2-2.5 per 1000 live births. The condition potentially has a major impact on quality of life and participation in society for the child with Cerebral Palsy. Quality of life for the child’s family is also affected with implications for parents being able to work, housing and care of a disabled young person through childhood into adult life. The condition also has a major impact on health, social and education services with increasing survival of more severely affected children.
In 2017 Physiopedia,the ICRC and the GCI collaborated to deliver the best course about how to manage clubfoot anywhere on the internet. This really was a huge collaboration of key partners around the world to produce something special. The course aims to provide a basic theoretical understanding of clubfoot and to align global understanding of the theoretical principles underlying the management of children with clubfoot.
Les Accidents Vasculaires Cérébraux
Stroke is a devastating condition and is the second leading cause of death globally. It is a real challenge to global health and the prevalence of stroke is only going to increase as the aging population increases. This course aims to provide an overview of physiotherapy practice relating to Stroke to develop a foundation of knowledge that will enable you to assess and treat individuals with acute and chronic impairment as a result of stroke.
Prestation de Services en Fauteuil Roulant
In 2018 Physiopedia, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) collaborated to develop and deliver a online programme of courses covering the topic of Wheelchair Service Provision. This courses aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical understanding of Wheelchair Mobility and to develop an understanding of the theoretical principles, skills and knowledge underlying the management skills and knowledge in the management of wheelchair service delivery.