Top Tips Tuesday - Issue 1, 1 December 2020

This quote really stood out for us when we were chatting to physiotherapists from across the globe recently. We wanted to get a feel for how physiotherapists learn and what the challenges are. An overwhelming theme was information overload and lack of we've been putting our heads together as to how we can help, and so Top Tips Tuesday was born! Powered by the Physiopedia community, think of this as your weekly dose of wow - top tips and musings from the world of Physiotherapy, all open access and clinically relevant to Physiotherapy practice. Keep watch on your inbox each Tuesday and stay ahead of the game!


Recommended watching πŸ‘€

When should you seek help for your back pain? 3-minutes of evidence-based, patient-friendly advice from the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in the UK (part of IFOMPT).
An infographic you will love 😍
Recognising and explaining functional neurological disorder (FND). Based on a recent article of the same name, we love how this infographic from The BMJ is packed full of details on recognising FND.
News that will make you smile πŸ˜ƒ
A 21-year-old man has made history as the first person with Down syndrome to complete an Ironman triathlon. Aside from the athletic achievement, we like the idea of Chris's challenge to get "1 percent better" each day - to stay motivated during training and to promote Down's syndrome awareness.
Reasearch that will make you think πŸ€”
Courses Improve Clinical Practice More Than Journal Articles - lots to muse over here, including where we might best be able to get our hands on that new evidence that's going to really change our clinical practice.
News we are celebrating πŸŽ‰
Three new member organisations have been admitted to World Physiotherapy. It's wonderful to see the global Physiotherapy community growing - a big welcome from the Physiopedia team to the new members!
That's it for today! We hope you found some interesting reads in this week's Top Tips Tuesday - look out for more next week!
The Physiopedia Team
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