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sexta-feira, 29 de abril de 2016

Cursos gratuitos on-line

 Cursos gratuitos on-line oferecidos por Spinal Cord Injuries Massive Open Online Course  (SCIMOOC) http://scimooc.org/

 
1 -  Fisioterapia, Exercício e Atividade Física: em colaboração com  Exercise Works,  cobre todos os aspectos da evidência de atividade física, benefícios à saúde e modelos de melhores práticas, com base em diretrizes  internacionais. O curso de seis semanas começa em 04 de julho. Acesse  bit.ly/1rzn0IC


  2 -  Paralisia Cerebral: em colaboração com o Comitê Internacional da Cruz Vermelha (CICV), este curso tem como objetivo aumentar o conhecimento para a prática da reabilitação  na gestão da Paralisia Cerebral, em especial nos locais com menos recursos. Duração de seis semanas, iniciando em 05 de setembro. Acesse bit.ly/1WSDxmD


Além desses dois cursos, a  International Spinal Cord Society está programando o de Gestão de Fisioterapia na Lesão Medular (LM): destinado a proporcionar aos estudantes de Fisioterapia e Fisioterapeutas inexperientes, conhecimentos suficientes para assistir uma pessoa com lesão medular. O curso de cinco semanas começa em 02 de maio. Acesse  bit.ly/242NZxm

quinta-feira, 28 de abril de 2016

WCPT e-update April 2016

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terça-feira, 26 de abril de 2016

WCPT NEWS April 2016


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WCPT News
April 2016www.wcpt.org/wcptnews
The consultation ends and a new strategic plan moves WCPT forward
WCPT offers information and support in wake of Japan and Ecuador earthquakes
List of the most essential assistive products is decided at WHO meeting
  
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The consultation ends and a new strategic plan moves WCPT forward
WCPT’s draft strategic plan for the next four years has received an overwhelmingly positive response from member organisations, regions, subgroups and networks. 
WCPT offers information and support in wake of Japan and Ecuador earthquakes
New WCPT resources on disaster management are helping inform the physical therapy response to recent earthquakes. 
List of the most essential assistive products is decided at WHO meeting
WCPT represented the physical therapy profession at a World Health Organization consensus meeting to finalise a list of assistive products which member states should make widely available. 
If you are unable to access our website using the links within this email, you may need to copy and paste the hyperlinks directly into your internet browser. If you have problems reading this email, you can view it online at www.wcpt.org/wcptnews/latest
The World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) is a registered charity in the UK, no. 234307

quinta-feira, 21 de abril de 2016

Lembrando Charles M. Magistro líder pioneiro da APTA


Magistro, Charles

"A profissão de Fisioterapeuta perdeu uma Lenda"

Charles M. Magistro, PT, DPT (HON), DrSci (HON), FAPTA (1924-2016), líder  apaixonado pela Fisioterapia cujas contribuições se estenderam  a educação, pesquisa e política; morreu hoje, aos 91 anos. 

Seu legado pioneiro moldou não apenas a APTA (Associação Norteamericana de Fisioterapeutas), mas toda a profissão de Fisioterapeuta nos Estados Unidos, afetando diretamente a cada Fisioterapeuta, Assistente Fisioterapeuta, e Estudante de Fisioterapia.

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sexta-feira, 1 de abril de 2016

WCPT e-update Março 2016



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WCPT E-Update
March 2016
WCPT publishes disaster management report
WCPT Secretary General leaves after 21 years
WCPT pledges support for HCiD campaign
Childhood obesity survey
WCPT region and subgroup events
World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Girdle Pain
Regulation conference
WCPT publishes disaster management report
A new WCPT report, published this month, advocates for physical therapy involvement in disaster management. The report points to the need for high quality rehabilitation after disasters, as well as emphasising that the role of physical therapists is not limited to direct provision of rehabilitation. It embraces preparedness and recovery and can include assessment, coordination, psycho-social support and advocacy.
 
The Role of Physical Therapists in Disaster Management is available for download at: www.wcpt.org/node/103758.
Haiti 2010 © Michiel Steenbeek/CBM
WCPT Secretary General leaves after 21 years
Brenda Myers at the WCPT Congress 2015 in Singapore
Brenda Myers steps down today as WCPT Secretary General after 21 years. Since she joined in 1995, the Confederation has grown from  67 member organisations, 2 subgroups and no networks  to 111 member organisations, 12 subgroups and 13 networks and has changed significantly in how it communicates and shares information.
Read tributes from former and current WCPT Presidents bit.ly/1ZKdJZx and watch the video bit.ly/1Y0kQeO.
WCPT pledges support for HCiD campaign
Earlier this month, WCPT pledged its support to the international Committee of the Red Cross Health Care in Danger (HCiD) campaign raising awareness of the impact of violence on health professionals in conflict areas.
The official pledge asserts that physical therapy plays a vital role in dealing with the health problems and functional limitations that are the direct consequence of armed violence and the use of landmines and other weapons of war.
Read the full WCPT News article at: www.wcpt.org/news/WCPT-conflict-pledge.
Palestine Red Crescent Society © International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
Childhood obesity survey
Infographic showing the ECHO report's main recommendations
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.  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 June 2016.
 
The recently published Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO) report may be viewed at www.who.int/end-childhood-obesity/final-report/en/.

WCPT region and subgroup events
IFOMPT Conference 2016: organised by the WCPT subgroup, the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT), 4th - 8th July 2016 in Glasgow, Scotland. Final chance to register at early bird rate before 4th April deadline.www.ifomptconference.org/home
ER-WCPT Congress: Advancing physiotherapy - demonstrating value and impact. 11th - 12th November 2016 in Liverpool, UK. See the speakers announced and register at the early bird rate.www.liverpool2016.com/programme
World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Girdle Pain
The 9th World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Girdle Pain will take place 31st October - 3rd November 2016 in Singapore. The congress aims to promote and facilitate interdisciplinary knowledge and consensus on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic lumbopelvic pain.
The congress is offering a 140 Euro discount to all members of WCPT member organisations on registrations made by 1st June.www.worldcongresslbp.com/introduction/
Regulation conference
The World Health Professions Regulation Conference 2016 is taking place 21st - 22nd May 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland.
Scheduled to run over 1.5 days, immediately before the World Health Organization’s World Health Assembly in Geneva, the fifth World Health Professions Regulation Conference will provide participants with insights, perspectives and discussion on current challenges in health professional regulation.
To register and view the programme and speakers go towww.whpa.org/whpcr2016/index.htm.