Fellowship will enable shoulder specialist to promote multidisciplinary approach in India
Marcus Bateman, shoulder specialist consultant physiotherapist at Royal Derby Hospital, will travel to India to present research and promote a multidisciplinary approach to shoulder management.
3 minutes with Cheryl Anderson, actor and physio
The lavish Oscars ceremony may grab the headlines, but many actors have to juggle second careers to make a living, as physiotherapist Cheryl Anders
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Justice at work
CSP members can show they value trade union activity by supporting activists worldwide, says Alex MacKenzie.
UK professor forges German research links
A physiotherapy professor from London has helped build international research links by presenting the keynote speech at the inaugural German Society for Physiotherapy Science conference.
Australian physio Jonathon Kruger will lead WCPT
Members of the international physical therapy community can learn a great deal from each other, but must not try to push a monoculture.
Physio 15: Global networking gives access to a wider range of clinical opinion, delegates hear
The earlier you build a network with the global physiotherapy community the better, sports physiotherapist Rhys Hughes told delegates at a session on international collaboration.
Healthcare information to support practice abroad: resources for working in lower and middle income countries
My time in Bethlehem: a personal view of a placement in the Palestinian territories
Working in a physio team can offer particular challenges in some countries.
In perspective - education is the global key
Though physical therapists’ education is not uniform, Tracy Bury argues that setting internationally-accepted standards is still possible.