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domingo, 28 de fevereiro de 2016

WCPT e-update - February 2016


Divulgando para os seguidores e visitantes do Blog a edição de fevereiro de 2016 do WCPT e-update, recebido via e-mail.

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WCPT E-Update
February 2016
WCPT Board meeting
WCPT publishes disability access briefing paper
ER-WCPT Congress: final call for abstracts
Educata: free article
WCPT subgroup events
Regulation conference
WCPT Board meeting
The current WCPT Board held its third face to face meeting last week. Find out what was discussed - watch Emma Stokes report from the meeting in a video at bit.ly/1TFwjl2 and read the written narrative of the meeting at bit.ly/24oY4Cr.
WCPT Board at face to face meeting February 2016
WCPT publishes disability access briefing paper
© ICRC / KOKIC, Marko Kabul, ICRC limb-fitting centre
WCPT has published a new briefing paper on Access to Physical Therapy Education and Practice for People with Disabilities, in response to a General Meeting motion that the Confederation should encourage a disability rights-based approach to educational access and professional support.
 
Download the briefing paper at: www.wcpt.org/disability-resources.
 
ER-WCPT Congress: final call for abstracts
There are just a few days left to the deadline for the call for abstracts for the 4th European Congress. Submit your proposal before the 29th February deadline: www.liverpool2016.com/abstracts.
The congress takes place 11th - 12th November 2016 in Liverpool, UK.
Image for ER-WCPT Congress, Liverpool 2016
Educata: free article
One of WCPT's continuing education partners, Educata, has published a new free article looking at the interaction between statins and exercise. It examines the mechanisms and strategies to counter the musculoskeletal side effects of this combination therapy.
Access this and other free papers to download at: www.educata.com/articles.aspx.
View the online education courses available at: www.educata.com/courses.aspx. Courses available include:
  • Functional assessment and exercise for the aging adult
  • Physical therapy for children with Type 1 diabetes
  • Fall prevention
WCPT subgroup events
International Conference of Physical Therapy in Psychiatry and Mental Health (ICPPMH): co-hosted by the WCPT subgroup, the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Mental Health (IOPTMH), 9th - 11th March 2016 in Madrid, Spain. icppmh.org/madrid_home.html
 
International Neurophysiotherapy Conference: hosted by the WCPT subgroup, the International Neurological Physical Therapy Association (INPA) and ACPIN, 17th - 18th March 2016 in London, UK. www.acpin.net/eip2016.html
 
IFOMPT Conference 2016: organised by the WCPT subgroup, the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT), 4th - 8th July 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland. www.ifomptconference.org/home
WCPT subgroup logo
Regulation conference
The World Health Professions Regulation Conference 2016 will be held 21st - 22nd May 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.
To view the programme, see the speakers and register go to: bit.ly/1SeXnFT.
Scheduled to run over 1.5 days, immediately before the World Health Organization’s World Health Assembly in Geneva, the conference will provide participants with insights, perspectives and discussion on current challenges in health professional regulation.

domingo, 14 de fevereiro de 2016

Fotos antigas

Fotos antigas reproduzidas para mostrar a evolução da Fisioterapia

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Aparelho para tratamento da Escoliose - Dr.Clark (1878)
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Dr.Lewis Sayre (1820-1900) tratamento da Escoliose
Sala de Fisioterapia Walter Reed 1920

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Nota do Editor:

A política de postagens do Blog 14-F FISIOTERAPIA, defende a preservação da memória dos fatos e eventos que contribuíram para o desenvolvimento  e engrandecimento da  história da profissão.


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quinta-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2016

Documento divulgado pela WCPT defende a inclusão de Pessoas com Deficiência como Fisioterapeutas

Londres (via WCPT) - Fisioterapeutas podem e devem fazer "esforços consideráveis" para defender a inclusão de Pessoas com Deficiência em sua própria profissão, de acordo com um novo documento divulgado pela Confederação Mundial de Fisioterapia WCPT.

O documento convoca a categoria para que assuma atitudes positivas, contando com o apoio de seus pares, educadores e empregadores; bem como, pede uma maior aceitação das pessoas com diferentes habilidades funcionais na comunidade em geral.


O acesso a Fisioterapia, Educação e Práticas para Pessoas com Deficiência foi publicado em resposta a uma moção apresentada durante Reunião Geral da WCPT, encorajando uma abordagem baseada nos direitos dos deficientes ao acesso à educação e apoio profissional.


Compilado por uma equipe de projetos e grupo consultivo de especialistas, a partir de relatórios   sobre os resultados de uma pesquisa realizada junto às organizações membros da WCPT, o documento reuniu informações sobre a educação e prática de Fisioterapeutas com deficiência. A compilação também incluiu uma revisão da literatura sobre a def
iciência, educação, emprego e prática  profissional.


As informações e os recursos disponíveis destinam-se a apoiar as organizações membros da WCPT e seus filiados, visando implementar políticas inclusivas que estejam em consonância com as diretrizes e leis internacionais.


"Como Fisioterapeutas administramos muito bem o processo terapêutico para nossos pacientes/ clientes com deficiência, focando na prevenção", disse Margot Skinner, Vice-Presidente da WCPT ". Mas há espaço para melhorarmos  nossa atitude ao aceitarmos a deficiência em nossa própria profissão" concluiu.


Link http://www.wcpt.org/news/Disability-briefing-Feb16


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quarta-feira, 10 de fevereiro de 2016

Vacinação- Esclarecimento do Ministério da Saúde - Brasil


World Health Professions Regulations Conference 2016



WHPCR 2016 conference
Sir Michael Marmot to Present Keynote at WHPA Regulation Conference
> Early bird registration deadline 15 February 2016 - register here
> View list of speakers
Sir Michael Marmot, the world renowned expert on social determinants and also President of the World Medical Association, will be the keynote speaker at a conference on health professional regulation to be held in Geneva by the world’s health professions.
He will talk about the new Sustainable Development Goals announced last year by the United Nations and how they and the social determinants of health impact on health workforce and regulation.
The conference, to be held on May 21-22, is being organised by the World Health Professions Alliance WHPA, a body that brings together the International Council of Nurses, the International Pharmaceutical Federation, the World Confederation for Physical TherapyFDI World Dental Federation and the World Medical Association. Together, these five disciplines represent more than 600 national member organizations.
  Michael Marmot
The conference, entitled ‘Health professional regulation - facing challenges to acting in the public interest’, will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, and will be addressed by speakers from across the world.
Sir Michael, Director of the Institute of Health Equity at UCL, University of London, and a world-renowned expert on the social determinants of health, has spent his research life showing that the key determinants of health lie outside the health care system in the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age. He will talk about how inequities in power, money and resources give rise to the inequities in conditions of daily life.
He says: ‘The way we organise our affairs, at the community level or, indeed at the whole societal level, are matters of life and death. As healthcare professionals we cannot stand idly by while our patients suffer from the way our societies are organised. Inequality of social and economic conditions is at the heart of it.'
> Early bird registration deadline 15 February 2016 - register here
> View list of speakers

segunda-feira, 1 de fevereiro de 2016

WCPT e-update janeiro 2016

Divulgando para os seguidores e visitantes do Blog a edição de janeiro de 2016 do WCPT e-update, recebido via e-mail.

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WCPT E-UpdateJanuary 2016
European Region of WCPT
WHO survey on assistive products
Journal of Physiotherapy: now open access
Ending Childhood Obesity
WCPT Region and subgroup events
MedBridge
Other international events
European Region of WCPT
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
Last week the ER-WCPT Executive Committee announced that its Chairman, Sarah Bazin, signed with CPME (Standing Committee of European Doctors) the first European MoU between both professions. The MoU focuses on patients’ rights, professional practice, healthcare delivery, education, CPD and professional regulation. Read the MoU at: bit.ly/1nkZTPh
 
New European Professional Card
Physical therapists can now pursue their professions more freely in other EU countries thanks to the European Professional Card (EPC). Find out more at: bit.ly/1njchPD.
Sarah Bazin and Dr de Hallen signing the Memorandum of Understanding
WHO survey on assistive products
© S.Lubrano / Handicap International
The World Health Organization (WHO) is carrying out a global survey to identify the top 50 priority assistive products. The survey is open to all stakeholders, but users or potential users of assistive technologies, their families and organisations are particularly being encouraged to participate. 
The online survey may be accessed in 37 different languages at:bit.ly/1JxqCCK.
Journal of Physiotherapy: now open access
From 1st January 2016 the Australian Physiotherapy Association's(APA) Journal of Physiotherapy became a fully open access journal. With no need to register to access the content, it is being made freely available to anyone anywhere in the world from the day it is published. The APA is offering this as a service to international physiotherapy.www.journalofphysiotherapy.com
Ending Childhood Obesity
Cover of Ending Childhood Obesity report
Survey
The WCPT subgroup, the International Organisation of Physical Therapists in Paediatrics (IOPTP), is conducting a survey to explore the involvement of physical therapists in the area of childhood obesity.  In order to address the challenge of childhood obesity it is essential that all health workers are confident in providing education, support and evidence-based treatment. Physical therapists play a key role in the promotion of health in all individuals regardless of their physical ability, shape or size. 
 
To help inform the future work of IOPTP please complete the short online questionnaire at: www.surveymonkey.com/r/LHF6WK7. The survey is open until 1st March 2016.
 
Report
Earlier this week the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO) presented its final report to WHO. The report proposes a range of recommendations for governments aimed at reversing the rising trend of children aged under 5 years becoming overweight and obese. Find out more at:www.who.int/end-childhood-obesity/final-report/en/.
WCPT Region and subgroup events
ER-WCPT Congress: the deadline for the call for abstracts is 29th February. The congress is taking place 11th - 12th November 2016 in Liverpool, UK . www.liverpool2016.com.
International Conference of Physical Therapy in Psychiatry and Mental Health (ICPPMH): co-hosted by the WCPT subgroup, the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Mental Health (IOPTMH), 9th - 11th March 2016 in Madrid, Spain.icppmh.org/madrid_home.html
International Neurophysiotherapy Conference: hosted by the WCPT subgroup, the International Neurological Physical Therapy Association (INPA)  and ACPIN, 17th - 18th March 2016 in London, UK . www.acpin.net/eip2016.html.
IFOMPT Conference 2016: organised by the WCPT subgroup, the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT),  4th - 8th July 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland.www.ifomptconference.org/home.
Image courtesy of www.freeimages.com
MedBridge
Screenshot of MedBridge website
One of WCPT's education partners, MedBridge, is offering a yearly subscription at a discount of more than 50% until 29th February. A yearly subscription gives you unlimited access to:
 
  • continuing education: 400+ courses taught by industry-leading professionals
  • patient education: 80+ animated videos and 3D models explaining common conditions, customisable for all levels of health literacy
  • home exercise programmes: 300+ exercises to create easy-to-build HEPs
To take advantage of the current offer go towww.medbridgeeducation.com/wcpt-winter or use promo code WCPTWINTER at checkout.
Other international events
World Health Professions Regulation Conference 2016: 21st - 22nd May 2016 Geneva, Switzerland. Register at the early bird rate before 15th February and view the full programme at: bit.ly/1SeXnFT.
World Parkinson Congress 2016: 20th - 23rd September 2016 Portland, Oregon, USA.To submit an abstract and to register go to: www.wpc2016.org.
5th International Conference on Violence in the Health Sector: 26th - 28th October 2016, Dublin, Ireland. To submit an abstract and to register go to: bit.ly/1SHcAkK.



Fórum sobre questões do Envelhecimento - Programação 2016