A World Physiotherapy está produzindo uma série de artigos informativos que exploram o impacto do COVID-19 na educação, prática e questões de defesa de direitos.
Estamos agora trabalhando em um artigo de briefing sobre a prática digital. Queremos nos basear nas experiências de fisioterapeutas e incluir alguns estudos de caso no documento informativo.
Alguns países / territórios já oferecem serviços de fisioterapia para prática digital, incluindo telessaúde, há algum tempo. Com a pandemia COVID-19, esses serviços viram um grande aumento na prevalência e a diversificação das populações atendidas. Além disso, surgiu como um novo modelo de prestação de serviços em outros países / territórios.
A World Physiotherapy quer entender mais sobre as lições aprendidas neste ano e as implicações para o futuro da fisioterapia e da prestação de serviços. Além das contribuições de nossas organizações membros e subgrupos, estamos coletando feedback de fisioterapeutas individuais por meio de uma pequena pesquisa.
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Confira a seguir o texto original em inglês:
World Physiotherapy is producing a
series of briefing papers exploring the impact of COVID-19 on
education, practice, and advocacy issues.
We are now working on a briefing paper on
digital practice. We want to draw on the experiences of physiotherapists
and include some case studies in the briefing paper.
Some countries/territories have had digital practice physiotherapy
service provision, including telehealth, for some time. With the
COVID-19 pandemic, such services have seen a major increase in
prevalence and the diversification in populations served. In addition,
it has emerged as a new model for service delivery in other
World Physiotherapy is keen to understand more about the lessons learned
this year and the implications for the future of physiotherapy and
service delivery. In addition to input from our member organisations and
subgroups, we are gathering feedback from individual physiotherapists
via a short survey.
Join the WHPA Stand Up for Positive Practice Environments webinar
World Health Professions Alliance (WHPA) is holding a Stand Up for
Positive Practice Environments webinar as part of their campaign to
improve work environments for health professionals around the world.
Beyond the applause: demanding supportive workplaces and conditions for
our front line professionals, will take place on Friday 6 November 16.00 CET.
It will include presentations from health care professionals involved
in the response to and affected by COVID-19. Physiotherapist Darren
Brown will be one of the presenters.
The Positive Practice Environments
campaign highlights the real need for healthcare settings that support
decent working conditions, attract and retain staff, provide quality
patient care, strive for excellence and strengthen the health sector as a
WHPA, which represents 34 million health professionals around the world,
says that empowering health professionals is an essential step to meet
the ambitious targets required to achieve universal health coverage and
meet the Sustainable Development Goals. Health professionals are at the
heart of every health system and governments must provide safe,
supportive environments to help them thrive.
The second in our series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 on
physiotherapist entry level education is now available to view. Watch
Judith Deutsch, John Xerri de Caro, Soraya Maart, Joost van WIjchen and
Dyanna Haley-Rezac discuss overcoming challenges in clinical practice in times of COVID-19: revisiting the scope of clinical training.
The webinar on digital solutions for online education will take place on Monday 16 November 2020 at 14:00 GMT.
Join Rachael Lowe, Djenana Jalovcic, Marco Y. C. Pang, Nihad A. Almasri, and Michael Rowe as they examine this issue.
Additional webinars will take place later in the year.
O Dia Mundial da PT foi comemorado em todo o mundo em 8 de setembro.
O kit de ferramentas agora está disponível em mais de 50 idiomas e os materiais foram baixados 21.000 vezes.
Os materiais foram desenvolvidos para marcar o Dia Mundial do PT, com destaque para o papel da fisioterapia na reabilitação após o COVID-19 e a oferta de fisioterapia por meio de soluções digitais de saúde, incluindo telessaúde.Mas encorajamos os fisioterapeutas de todo o mundo a continuar usando os materiais, pois eles permanecerão atualizados durante a pandemia.
Se você comemorou o dia, informe sua associação nacional e envie um breve relatório e uma seleção de fotos para Communications@world.physio.
Confira abaixo a versão original em inglês
World PT Day 2020 is a resounding success
World PT Day was celebrated around the world on 8 September.
The toolkit is now available in over 50 languages and materials have been downloaded 21,000 times.
The materials were developed to mark World PT Day, with an emphasis on
the role of physiotherapy in rehabilitation after COVID-19 and the
delivery of physiotherapy via digital health solutions,
including telehealth. But we encourage physiotherapists around the world
to continue using the materials as they will remain current throughout
World Physiotherapy has published its fifth briefing paper in a series
exploring the impact of COVID-19. The latest looks at the pandemic's
impact on fragile health systems and vulnerable communities, and the
role of physiotherapists in the delivery of rehabilitation. While many
fragile systems and vulnerable communities are located in low and middle
income countries (LMICs), they can exist in all countries.
The first in our series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 on
physiotherapist entry level education is now available to view.
Watch Suh-Fang Jeng, Emma Stokes, Oscar Ronzio, Nina Ryland Olsen and
Roy Film discuss teaching in learning spaces with restrictions.
More webinars are planned on clinical/practice placement hours/delivery,
digital solutions for online education, and reimagining entry level
DisasterReady publishes tools to help physiotherapists in conflict and emergency situations
has curated the largest free online learning library targeted to
humanitarian and development professionals at every stage of their
Designed to support physiotherapists setting a treatment plan for
patients with acquired brain injury (ABI), fracture or amputation, their
latest resources cover rehabilitation treatment planning for common
injuries in conflict and emergencies.
A physiotherapist has been appointed as co-chair of the governing board
of Cochrane. Tracey Howe, member of the Chartered Society of
Physiotherapy, is the professor of rehabilitation sciences at Glasgow
Caledonian University and the deputy chair of Glasgow city of science. Read the story.
Rehabilitation and COVID-19
To update the rehabilitation community on the growing evidence for the
role of rehabilitation in management of COVID-19 patients, Cochrane
Rehabilitation launched the REH-COVER (Rehabilitation – COVID-19
Evidence-based Response) action. Find out more.