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
Clinicians in the near future will find themselves working with information networks on a scale well beyond the capacity of human beings to grasp, thereby necessitating the use of intelligent machines to analyse and interpret the complex interactions of data, patients and clinical decision-making. Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that aims to embed intelligent behaviour into software in order to achieve narrowly constrained objectives in an increasingly wide domain of practice. In healthcare the field of AI research includes expert systems that provide guidance for clinical decision-making, computer vision algorithms that outperform human beings in the analysis of … [Read more...] about Physiotherapy clinicians perceptions of AI in clinical practice