The course was your biggest priority for 2020 in last year’s 30DoS campaign, so here it is.
And this year is going to be particularly special.
We’re tying the course to the publication of the 2nd international book of critical physiotherapy thinking – Mobilising knowledge– which will be out at the end of the year.
You’ll get to read some of the chapters from the book in advance and hear the authors talk about some of the most innovative work currently going on in physiotherapy.
We have six sessions running from May to October, each covering a different chapter from the book:
- 14th May 8pm (CET) – Bodily ways of knowing: How students learn about and through bodies during physiotherapy education– Anne Langaas and Anne-Lise Middelthon
- 18th June 9am (CET) – A Person-Centered and Collaborative Model for Understanding Chronic Pain. Perspectives from a Pain Patient, a Practitioner, and a Philosopher– Christine Price, Matt Low, and Rani Lill Anjum
- 16th July 8pm (CET) – Beyond empathy: How physiotherapists and photographers learn to look– Dave Nicholls and Jon Nicholls
- 13th August 8pm (CET) – Finding the right track: Embodied reflecting teams for generous physiotherapy – Patty Thille, Arthur Frank, and Tobba Sudmann
- 10th September 9pm (CET) – Feeling good about yourself? An exploration of Fitbit “New Moms community” as an emergent space for online biosociality– Viviana Silva and Wendy Lowe
- 15th October 9am (CET) – How Are We Doing?
Placing Human Relationships at the Center of Physiotherapy
– Jean Braithwaite, Tone Dahl-Michelsen, and Karen Synne Groven
The course is still entirely free and open to anyone to participate.
We’ll send out more information closer to the time, but for now make a note of the dates and times in your diaries, and we look forward to seeing you soon.