Top Tips Tuesday - Issue 35, 27 July 2021

This week's quote is true on many levels for Physiotherapists, but when we spotted this we were thinking about the lifelong learning journey we are all on. There aren't any shortcuts, but at Team PP we all love the process (and always try and take the stairs too). Here are some top tips to help you up a few more steps this week.


Recommended podcast 🎧

How to read a paper Useful tips from students and lecturers in this Evidence-Based Practice Podcast. Listening time: 24 minutes


Tweet you can use πŸ‘

Upper limb vessel anatomy Anatomy at a glance - don't miss this micro learning opportunity!


Research to make you think πŸ€”

Recommendations for Diagnosis and Treatment of Lumbosacral Radicular Pain An excellent article, which will change your practice. Est. reading time: 4 minutes


News to inspire you πŸ“°

Meet Lachlan Morton, The Man Who Rode the Tour de France Route Solo A tale of bikepacking across France. Est reading time: 9 minutes


Resources you will love 😍 
Elbow and shoulder patient resources Information and videos from the British Elbow and Shoulder Society you can use with your patients


Not forgetting the most-read article from last week - How to spot wellbeing flags among your colleagues
What will you learn today?
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