The first free, online Critical Physiotherapy Course for 2020 returns on 14/15 May Anne Langaas & Anne-Lise Middelthon - Bodily ways of knowing This session will dig deep into Anne and Anne-Lise's chapter for the upcoming book Mobilizing knowledge, due out at the end of the year. Here is the abstract for the book. The introduction to the book is also attached below. This chapter explores how students of physiotherapy learn about and through a myriad of bodies. We propose that there is such a thing as a competent physiotherapeutic body and that there are distinctive ways of acquiring this body. We consider elements of physiotherapy education that, despite … [Read more...] about The Critical Physiotherapy Course 2020
It is with great pleasure that we can inform you that after more than two years hard planning and preparation, and countless hours of research, writing, editing, and corresponding, the second-ever edited collection of critical physiotherapy writings has gone to the publishers for the final stage in the book's production. Mobilizing knowledge: Critical reflections on the foundations and practice of physiotherapy will be published by Routledge - one of the world's leading publishers - and will be available later this year. The book began its gestation in February 2018 and features 15 chapters, written by 39 different authors, including physiotherapists and 14 other professions from seven … [Read more...] about Mobilizing knowledge – the 2nd edited collection of critical physiotherapy writing – is on its way!
Something for the weekend: Dance Easy: Breathe Better and Feel GoodHumanity and nature are not separate we must see them as one to fix the climate crisisLearning to manage uncertainty: supervision, trust and autonomy in residency trainingIlluminating nursing's shadow side through a Jungian analysis of the film Fog in AugustHealth technology identities and self. Patients’ appropriation of an assistive device for self‐management of chronic illnessQuarantraining at homeDissecting the Student Experience at Australian Medical Schools, 1884–1912No patient is an islandThe Individual Person at the Center: An Interview with Julia KristevaRebecca Solnit: 'I came to the idea of hope as an activist … [Read more...] about CPN Digest #85