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 … [Read more...] about The 2nd fully free and open Critical Physiotherapy Course is back for 2020!
We held the end-of-course review meeting for the Critical Physiotherapy Course a few days ago. At the meeting we discussed the course format for next year. Three suggestions were put forward. Can you let us know which of these appeals the most please? We can then use your feedback to start making our plans. Thanks folks. … [Read more...] about What kind of Critical Physiotherapy Course do you want next?
We had the last of this year's Critical Physiotherapy seminars last week. Below you'll find the audio recording from the meeting. https://soundcloud.com/david-nicholls-2/critical-physiotherapy-course-summary-session-october-2019 Later this week I'll post some of the results from our recent 30DoS campaign. But I can tell you that the most popular activity for the group was the Critical Physiotherapy Course, so look for some more announcements about this soon. We're also hoping to have all of the recordings from this year available as a set shortly. We'll then be able to build up a library of talks and resources that you can access anytime. Thanks to everyone who … [Read more...] about Critical Physiotherapy Course summary session resources
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
Here you can find all of the resources for the 7th critical physiotherapy course given by Filip Maric on the Fundamental violence of physiotherapy. AbstractDownload Link to the presentation slides for the talk. Text chat from meetingDownload https://soundcloud.com/david-nicholls-2/fundamental-violence-audio Audio recording from session … [Read more...] about Resources for 7th Critical Physiotherapy Course
Filip Maric will be talking about The fundamental violence of physiotherapy Here are the times for the session in your local region The session is free to join, just use this link at the time shown above: https://aut.zoom.us/j/622770935 Abstract This online session builds on the eponymous article and will discuss ‘The fundamental violence of physiotherapy: Emmanuel Levinas’s critique of ontology and its implications for physiotherapy theory and practice’ (Maric & Nicholls, in review). Ontology and epistemology are generally thought to be the fundamental building blocks of any theory and practice. Levinas’s critique acutely highlights a significant problem that underpins both … [Read more...] about The 7th and final Critical Physiotherapy Course of the year is THIS WEEK
The Fundamental Violence of Physiotherapy with Filip Maric Times in your region for next week's seminar Zoom link for the meeting: https://aut.zoom.us/j/622770935 Abstract This online session builds on the eponymous article and will discuss The fundamental violence of physiotherapy: Emmanuel Levinas’s critique of ontology and its implications for physiotherapy theory and practice. Ontology and epistemology are generally thought to be the fundamental building blocks of any theory and practice. Levinas’s critique acutely highlights a significant problem that underpins both of these areas of philosophical inquiry and their understanding and positioning as … [Read more...] about The 7th and final talk in this year’s Critical Physiotherapy Course is next week