Learning with technology in physiotherapy education: design, implementation and evaluation of a flipped classroom teaching approach
The purpose of the study was to describe the design, implementation and evaluation of a flipped classroom teaching approach in physiotherapy education. The flipped classroom is a blended learning approach in w...
CONCLUSION: Current evidence shows a benefit from physiotherapy in patients with shoulder dysfunction following neck dissection. Some evidence suggests progressive resistance is superior to other types of physiotherapy. Long-term benefit and cost efficacy have not been studied. PMID: 31964434 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION: The physiotherapy sputum collection technique was effective in obtaining viable cells from mucus samples and yielded the same amount of sputum as the gold standard technique (hypertonic saline). In addition, the physiotherapy maneuvers were both safe and useful for sputum induction in asthmatic children and adolescents with well-controlled asthma.
Conclusion: High level of abandonment of treatment and lack of more modern physiotherapy modalities were noted. There is need to emphasize better health education of parents/guardians of the patients and improve social welfare benefits for the patients.Keywords: Cerebral palsy, rehabilitation, social welfare.
ConclusionsIt was concluded that physiotherapists had sufficient knowledge about epilepsy and were using current skills/physical activity in the rehabilitation of children with epileptic seizures.
Conclusions: Scores on knowledge of dementia were high. Yet, most respondents reported reduced confidence from a lack of skills to manage behavioral or cognitive symptoms associated with dementia. More education related to working with people with dementia was significantly related to positive attitudes among physiotherapists. PMID: 31964202 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Spinal Cord, Published online: 22 January 2020; doi:10.1038/s41393-020-0422-xCo-development of a physiotherapist-delivered physical activity intervention for adults with spinal cord injury
Condition: Osteoarthritis, Knee Interventions: Device: High Intensity Physio Light Therapy (HIPL Therapy™); Behavioral: Education; Behavioral: Aerobic Exercise; Behavioral: Resistance Exercise; Device: Placebo Physio Light Therapy (HIPL Therapy™) Sponsors: Queen's University; Invitalize Completed