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WCPT E-Update - January 2017

WCPT Eupdate

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NEW: WCPT resources translated

WCPT continues to try and enhance the value of membership by increasing the number of WCPT documents and resources available in other languages.

WCPT website
A Google translate button has been added to the WCPT website at the top of every page. This now allows users to access every page of the website in over 80 different languages.

Disaster management
The WCPT report, The role of physical therapists in disaster management, is now available in Chinese. The report is freely available to download at: www.wcpt.org/node/27528. WCPT would like to thank the Institute for Disaster Management and Reconstruction at Sichuan University for this translation.

Ethical principles 
The WCPT Policy statement: Ethical responsibilities of physical therapists and WCPT members is now available in German www.wcpt.org/policy/ps-ethical-responsibilities. WCPT would like to thank Deutscher Verband fuer Physiotherapie for this translation.
 
WCPT's education policies and guidelines are now all available in French due to funding from USAID as part of the SUDA project.

Why in the world?
Is there a place for a global physiotherapy organisation in the 21st century? This and other questions on the role of WCPT are addressed in the editorial by WCPT President, Emma Stokes: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pri.1673/full

WCPT would like to thank Physiotherapy Research International for making this article open access. The article was originally published in Physiotherapy Research International Volume 21, Issue 3, September 2016.
Enter WCPT's art and health competition
Are you a keen photographer or artist? There are just over two weeks left to enter the art and health competition before the 15th February deadline.
 
WCPT is seeking outstanding pieces of artwork and photography relevant to physical therapy under the theme "Diversity and inclusion". Interpretations of the theme may include:
  • diversity of patients and practice
  • inclusion of disabilities
  • how physical therapy encourages inclusion
  • the vast range of specialties within the profession
The work of the finalists will be displayed in an art and health exhibition at the WCPT Congress 2017 and on the WCPT website. The overall winner of the competition will also receive an Amazon voucher to the equivalent value of $100 (USD) to spend in their local store.

View the full competition details and find out how to enter: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2017/art-and-health.
© Scott Kish
Rehabilitation in emergencies
The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a report aimed at emergency medical teams (EMTs) on the Minimum technical standards and recommendations for rehabilitation. This document, a first of its kind, clearly sets out the standards for rehabilitation and provides guidance on building or strengthening the capacity of EMTs. The document is available for download at: bit.ly/2kmUM0D.

The document is the result of collaboration between a working group of rehabilitation experts convened by WHO and external consultations. WCPT was a reviewing organisation. 
Healthcare Information For All
As a supporter of Healthcare Information For All (HIFA), WCPT is encouraging organisations and individuals to lend their support and join the campaign.

HIFA believes that every person and every health worker should have access to the healthcare information they need to protect their own health and the health of those for whom they are responsible.

To join the HIFA forums and find out more go to: www.hifa2015.org
ER-WCPT Congress: abstracts available
Abstracts presented at the ER-WCPT Congress last November have been published as a supplement to the Physiotherapy Journal and been made publicly available at: www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/00319406/102/supp/S1.
Changing lives one wheelchair at a time
Read the blog of HVO (Health Volunteer Overseas) volunteer, and her story of delivering the Wheelchair Service Provision Training programme, as developed by WHO, in Bhutan. bit.ly/2jAqlU4
 
Working directly with wheelchair users , the training portion of the programme helped sixteen physiotherapists and physiotherapy technicians improve their skills to carry out appropriate wheelchair assessment, provision and wheelchair user training for children and adults. The skills they acquired will continue to aid patients for years to come.

Access the WHO Guidelines on the provision of manual wheelchairs in less-resourced settings at: www.who.int/disabilities/publications/technology/wheelchairguidelines/en/.
IFOMPT 2016: congress videos
Videos of the keynote speakers recorded at IFOMPT 2016 are now available on the MACP website on a pay per view basis: macpweb.org/home/index.php?p=535.
WCPT-AWP & PTAT Congress 2017
The congress theme is “Moving towards health, longevity, and sustainability". It offers an opportunity for physical therapists in the Asia Western Pacific Region to present their work and share experiences with peers to enhance collaborations in the region and worldwide. The congress will be held 27th to 30th June 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand.

Find out more at: awp2017ptat.com/

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