Online Thursday 24th / Friday 25th October (see below for specific times in your region). We wanted to end the year with a review of this year's course, so all of this year's course leaders are back - barring Patty, who has a big research funding meeting - to review their material from this year and to begin a conversation about where to in 2020. We're really keen to hear what you've found useful and interesting, and also what you'd like us to focus on next year. So if you can come along and take part, we'd love to host you for our end-of-year party. As always, the session is free, all you need to do is click on the link below at the time of the meeting to listen … [Read more...] about Recapping this year’s online Critical Physiotherapy Course
https://isihconference.com/isih-2020-abstracts/ The ISIH conference is one of the few truly critical health conferences available to members of the CPN. For the last five years, members have met at the conference, and delivered talks. We now have the new conference announcement and the call for abstracts. (Note the closing date as the end of October). We will look to another CPN get-together at in Lleida, and perhaps even organise another Salon. Here, though, are the details... WHERE NEXT FOR CRITICAL HEALTH STUDIES? ADVANCING UNDERSTANDINGS OF HEALTH AND THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE Contemporary concerns for health equity, people’s unequal access to affordable care, pervasive … [Read more...] about Abstracts open for the 8th In Sickness and In Health conference
I voted today for the person I think has been history's greatest physio, and I'm on the History Exec, so I'm pretty confident I'm going to win. (Only joking!). But don't forget to put your nomination in. It takes 5 minutes, so do it now before you forget ... http://history.physio/greatest/ … [Read more...] about Don’t forget to vote for history’s greatest physio!
Something for the weekend A special issue devoted to poetry and healthYes, but is it really ‘feeling’?How Foucault got neoliberalism wrongHealthcare climate footprint reportAgainst neurodiversityHeidegger, the homesick philosopherCall for papers: Chronic living: Quality, vitality and health in the 21st centuryWhat’s wrong with re-ablement?The importance of sociological approaches to the study of service change in health careHealth Inequities and Disparities Research Call for PapersProfessor of Applied Health Research - Nottingham Uni, UKReflections on teaching critical anthropology in physiotherapyAcademic Minute: TelerehabilitationTony Bates’ update on AIThe Dangers of Fluent Lectures … [Read more...] about CPN Digest #56
Something for the weekend: A new approach to care of the selfWomen are beautiful, men are rationalGoogle is banning ads for quack curesHydrotherapyReflections on World Physiotherapy DayApple made Siri deflect questions on feminismDevices aren’t listening in to our conversations after allIs social prescribing just placebo?Embodied learning for health professionals…and a follow-up on the ‘lack of attention to embodiment in health professions education’Players’ Experiences of Barriers and Facilitators of the Immediate Management of Rugby-Related Acute Spinal Cord InjuryManaging Stigma: Young People, Asthma, and the Politics of Chronic IllnessAnd from some CPN members - ‘Cheer* in Health Care … [Read more...] about CPN Digest #55
Well done everyone who made it all the way through the month and answered all the poll questions. You're all rock stars. Before we get into the final question proper, I'd like to pass on our personal thanks to Jo Bloggs, our phenomenally skilled, diligent and hardworking site administrator. Jo does a huge amount behind the scenes to protect the site and you, its members, but has also helped us to design and run this campaign. A huge thank you to you Jo from everyone on the CPN Exec. Now without further ado, here's your final question ... … [Read more...] about 30DoS – Day 30
And our penultimate question is ... … [Read more...] about 30DoS – Day 29