The latest news from Physioplus...
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.
Knee courses with Claire Robertson
25 Apr 2019
If you are working with clients with knee conditions we think you will find these two new short courses on the fat pad and patellofemoral pain extremely useful. We are very excited to announce that we have been working with Claire Robertson, an internationally respected knee specialist, to develop these courses and will be adding more in the future to form a comprehensive knee programme.
Use Physioplus as a portfolio
4 Apr 2019
We are very excited to announce the launch of new feature on the Physioplus platform which adds the ability to use your account activity log as an eportfolio for recording your learning activities that happen in the “real world”! Read more about this new facility in the related Physiospot post.
2 new courses on running
15 Mar 2019
We are excited to have just released 2 short courses related to the assessment and rehabilitation of running athletes. These have been developed in partnership with Ari Kaplan and Doug Adams of the Association of Clinical Excellence and offer a great introduction to this complex topic.
ACL rehabilitation programme available
28 Feb 2019
The eagle eyed among you will probably have noticed a series of 4 ACL rehabilitation related courses have been released recently. We are delighted to have been working with internationally recognised specialist Luke O'Brien to develop these courses on this important topic, and we hope that you will find them equally enjoyable and educational...
3 Feb 2019
We are excited to release the first course by Mandy Roscher which provides an introduction to Motivational Interviewing (MI). This will introduce you to a set of communication techniques and skills that are key tools in facilitating sustained behaviour change in your patients, which will ultimately greatly improve outcomes in their management. We hope you enjoy the new course!
Physical activity programme released
13 Jan 2019
We have been very busy working on an update to our original, very popular course exploring physical activity and the associated role of the physiotherapy profession. Today we are very excited to announce that we have now released this completely revised programme consisting of 5 separate courses giving an even more comprehensive review of this extremely important topic. Check the new programme using the link below!
Welcome to 2019!
1 Jan 2019
We hope that you had a great break and are now fired up and ready to make 2019 a year to remember! We have lots of new courses in the pipeline and we are starting these off with the release today of our Ethics programme. This involves four separate courses which combine to provide a comprehensive introduction to the very important topic of ethics in clinical practice. We suggest you start with the first course on ethical principles and values and progress from there as far as your curiosity takes you...
Ankle instability with Cailbhe Doherty
16 Nov 2018
We have many new exciting courses in the pipeline for the next few months. For now we want to highlight the recently released Chronic Ankle Instability Risk Identification course by popular presenter Cailbhe Doherty. This course provides an overview of the latest research to help clinicians tackle this unfortunately common condition. We hope you enjoy the course!
Four wheelchair courses all now available
24 Sep 2018
We have now released all four wheelchair service provision related courses which you can find on the courses page. Please note that trial account users will have access to these courses until Oct 31st. After this date the courses will remain on the Physioplus site but only full account holders will retain access. We hope you enjoy these courses and recommend you use the related forum topics to connect with all the participants from around the globe who are taking part...
First wheelchair related course now available
3 Sep 2018
It's finally here! The first of the four wheelchair service provision open courses for 2018 is now available and you can begin this course at any time. There are separate versions of these courses available in both english and french languages. Look for the different links in the courses list below, or on the Courses page to enter the course suitable for your language needs. Please note that while there are no course deadlines, holders of trial Physioplus accounts have free access until the end of October. After this date course access will remain available for full Physioplus users.
29 Aug 2018
We are very excited to announce a new partnership with Physitrack which allows Physioplus members to use the world leading exercise and patient engagement platform for just £60, a massive 50% discount. This offer is available to both trial and full Physioplus users in September!
Three new neck pain related courses from Chris Worsfold
10 Jul 2018
We are extremely pleased to announce that we have now just released three new short courses from Chris Worsfold. Chris is one of our most popular presenters and his video presentations in these courses are a pleasure to watch and full of insights and useful tips for clinicians tackling neck conditions. We hope you enjoy these new courses!
Pharmacology in Pain Management
30 May 2018
We are excited to release the first of two pharmacology related short courses. This first course reviews different pharmacological pain management drugs including the actions and side-effects that are important to understand as a practising physiotherapist. We hope that you find this course interesting and useful!