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Government plans new MSK services to get disabled people into jobs

News item - Posted on 01/11/2016

1 November 2016 New musculoskeletal (MSK) services to support disabled people and help them into employment will be trialled under ...

CSP chief: physiotherapists can encourage young people with long-term conditions to find work

News item - Posted on 20/11/2013

20 November 2013 Physiotherapists working with young people with long-term conditions can help them to think about finding employment, ...

Attitudes of European physiotherapy students towards their chosen career in the context of different educational systems and legal regulations pertaining to the practice of physiotherapy: implications for university curricula

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 12/03/2012

Objectives Differences in the organisation of educational systems and regulations pertaining to the practice of a profession can influence the attitudes of students towards their chosen career and their ...

A comparison of the perceptions and aspirations of third-year physiotherapy students trained in three educational settings in Poland

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/09/2010

Objectives In Poland, physiotherapy is offered at three types of school: medical universities, universities of physical education, and schools that do not specialise in either the medical sciences ...

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