Every day during September we will post up an idea for you to vote on. The most popular ideas will become the things that the inaugural Organizing Committee of the Critical Physiotherapy Network focuses on in 2015. So please make sure you cast your vote at the bottom of each post.
This comes from Richard Horwood…one of our New Zealand members:
Given the diverse geographical locations and backgrounds of the group, and therefore the ‘differences’ culturally, it might it be worth the organising committee looking at filtering members into ‘learning families’ (a few each from here and there) to help break down some of the barriers to ‘productive’ thought. It would be easier to share ideas with 8-10 members initially, and get their feedback/discussion, before ideas get shared with the whole Network. For some of the more ‘novice’ thinkers in the group (like me) it might well aid both their thinking and their fear. As a profession we are generally lacking in confidence and I think to bring out the best in EVERYONE it might be a nice way to start. It can be the ‘Active Families’ programme of the CPN.
Would you like to see the Network create learning ‘families?’
Post update: please note that voting closed on 7 October 2014 (results are available here), but please feel free to post your comments in the space below.