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ADAPT - International Health & Development

ADAPT Newsletter Autumn 2015

Document - Posted on 01/08/2016

ADAPT Study Day and AGM summary 2015 ADAPT Award Winner 2014 update- Therapies Unite ADAPT debate; Sending equipment Overseas ...

In perspective: Window on the world - physiotherapy differs from country to country

Frontline article - Posted on 17/11/2014

Catherine Sykes from the WCPT says there are stark contrasts in the make-up of physiotherapy around the world. It’s easy to ...

Membership renewal form 2014

Document - Posted on 18/11/2013

ADAPT 2013 membership_renewal_form_2014-15.doc ...

Membership 2014

Document - Posted on 10/11/2013

Ruth Murphy, Peter Skelton ADAPT 2013 ...

ADAPT Newsletter - Winter 2012 (open access)

Professional network journal issue - Posted on 09/01/2013

A Celebration of 10 years for ADAPT NGO Focus— Handicap International Reflection on Emergency Rehabilitation in Haiti And more!! ...

In Perspective - From Gaza and the West Bank

Frontline article - Posted on 02/10/2012

Lesley Dawson reports on CSP members’ efforts to forge links with physios in Gaza and the West Bank Following an emergency ...

Working with humanitarian organisations: a guide for nurses, midwives and health care professionals

Document - Posted on 03/07/2012

Medecins sans Frontiers, Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Midwives,VSO. Royal College of Nursing ...

ADAPT FAQs

Page - Posted on 07/03/2011

7 March 2011 Below are the answers to the questions that ADAPT are asked most commonly by those seeking to work overseas or recently ...

ADAPT Membership

Page - Posted on 13/12/2010

13 December 2010   ADAPT is a Professional Network recognised by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.   When you join ...

About ADAPT

Page - Posted on 13/12/2010

13 December 2010 ADAPT (Chartered Physiotherapists in International Health and Development) is a Clinical Interest Group recognised by ...

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