The latest news from Physioplus...
New programme of shoulder courses
28 Sep 2020
New tendinopathy courses
7 Sep 2020
Telehealth related courses
11 Aug 2020
With the ongoing restrictions required by social distancing the rehabilitation professions are by necessity moving to the use of digital technologies to deliver services remotely. In order to explore the issues involved with this method of delivery we have worked with the research team at the University of Queensland to develop a programme of courses which are a must do for anyone embarking on using telehealth.
COVID-19 rehabilitation programme released
16 Jul 2020
We are excited to launch our second programme of free courses related to COVID-19, this time focused on the ongoing rehabilitation needs related to this ongoing global pandemic. This is a period of unique challenges for our profession and hopefully, these courses will provide opportunities to learn, reflect and put into practice new approaches to providing care that will address the needs of our clients while taking into account the limitations and pressures imposed by life under lockdown and social distancing.
New COVID-19 related courses
25 May 2020
Coronavirus Disease Programme Released
16 Mar 2020
We are currently living through an unprecedented global health crisis resulting from a pandemic caused by a novel Corona virus. Many of the elderly, vulnerable and also our fellow frontline healthcare workers will bear the brunt of this crisis, however the physiotherapy / physical therapy profession also has an important role to play. This series of online courses will explore the nature of this outbreak and how we can play our part in mitigating this crisis.
Prostate cancer / men's health programme
13 Mar 2020
We are excited to announce the release of a new programme of 6 courses that cover physiotherapy aspects of men's health issues specifically relating to the treatment of prostate cancer. We also have been busy with other new courses released recently such as Leadership – Developing High Performance Teams
and Running Gait Retraining
. Hope you enjoy these new courses!
Amputee rehabilitation programme
10 Feb 2020
Following the very popular lower limb amputee rehabilitation course delivered as a MOOC in 2015, we have now just released an updated programme of 4 courses covering the same comprehensive range of topics. If you are interested in working in this exciting and rewarding field or if you are an experienced practitioner working with amputees already, we anticipate that these courses will have something for you. We hope you enjoy and benefit from this programme!
More new courses...
28 Jan 2020
New courses for 2020
6 Jan 2020
Concussion programme and other courses
17 Nov 2019
Final TBI course now available
11 Nov 2019
The fourth course in the TBI MOOC - Specific Therapeutic Interventions for Traumatic Brain Injury - has now been released. This provides the final part of this series of courses and focuses on specific physiotherapy treatment approaches that can be used with this group of patients. If you finish this course and are looking for more, check out our new concussion programme
Traumatic Brain Injury courses now available
20 Oct 2019
We are very excited to release the first course of this year's MOOC on Traumatic Brain Injury! This is the first of a series of 4 courses that will be released one per week over the next month. We hope you enjoy the courses and we encourage you to make the most of the discussion forums for the next 6 weeks where you will be able to connect with and learn from clinicians from all over the globe who will be exploring this topic together.
Mental health programme released
7 Oct 2019
Following on from her extremely popular ethics courses, Andrea Sturm has now released the first in a series of four courses that explore the important topic of mental health and the related role of physiotherapists. All clinicians will be working with clients with some level of mental health condition every day and so these courses will probably be relevant to you and your practice!
Simplified activity logging
9 Sep 2019
Today we updated the way your learning activities are logged to make using Physioplus easier. Now when you click on a course link to view a resource or video, this item will be added to your activity log and immediately set as "Completed". So now you won't need to repeatedly visit your dashboard or activity log to update activity engagements in the process of completing a course. Remember if you wish to add a reflective note to an activity you can still do this by editing that activity on your dashboard or activity log in the usual way. Thanks!
New course on Patellofemoral Osteoarthritis
13 Aug 2019
Our knee specialist Claire Robertson has just released a brand new course that reviews the latest evidence on the risk factors and management approaches for the very common condition of patellofemoral osteoarthritis. This is a great short course which we recommend you check out!
Course on Informed Consent published
13 Jul 2019
In his second course on Physioplus Dr Roger Kerry explores this key aspect of clinical practice covering the related aspects of ethics, patient centred care and also the changing legal issues that surround it. He raises very important issues that we should all reflect on! Hope you enjoy the course!
New course on Knee Crepitus released
11 Jun 2019
We are pleased to announce that a new course by Claire Robertson is now available to continue her exploration of the knee. In this latest short online course we explore knee crepitus, what it is, what are the implications for symptoms and treatment and how we should help our patients understand their “noisy knees”.
Survey of Physioplus users
11 Jun 2019
We are always looking to develop Physioplus to better serve our users. To help us with this task we are seeking feedback in a short online survey. If you can spare 2 minutes please take a moment to complete this survey to let us know what we are doing well and how we can improve.
Leadership programme released
27 May 2019
Becoming a leader within your working environment, community and/or within the profession, is probably both the most challenging and also rewarding aspect of a career in physiotherapy / physical therapy. Give yourself a head start with this programme of short courses developed with Jason Giesbrecht, that develop leadership skills that are specifically relevant to rehabilitation professionals.