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sexta-feira, 30 de novembro de 2018

WCPT e-update - novembro 2018



WCPT Eupdate
WCPT E-Update - November 2018

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Boa Leitura
 
WCPT advocates for strong rehabilitation workforce
WCPT, together with the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) and the International Society of Physical the Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM), has undertaken some collaborative advocacy to ensure rehabilitation is a key component of any health care strategy that has a goal of maintaining functional capacity and independence.

This advocacy was during the second Global Conference on Primary Health Care, in Astana, Kazakhstan, in October. The conference was held to reaffirm the principles of the Declaration of Alma-Ata which was signed 40 years ago. Read the full article

During the same meeting WCPT, as part of the World Health Professions Alliance (WHPA), also welcomed the strong emphasis to strengthen health care systems and support the global health workforce. Read the full article
Global Burden of Disease Study
The 2017 Global Burden of Disease Study (GDB) released this month shows a slowdown of progress across the world.

Published in the Lancet, the study shows that: 'Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) accounted for 73% of all global deaths in 2017, with over half of all deaths (28·8 million) attributable to just four risk factors: high blood pressure, smoking, high blood glucose, and high body-mass index. Obesity prevalence has risen in almost every country in the world—leading to more than a million deaths from type 2 diabetes'.

Access GBD 2017 and all open access GBD studies published by the Lancet: http://bit.ly/2FHav9y

Regular physical activity is proven to help prevent and treat NCDs. More than any other profession, physical therapists prevent chronic disease by helping people become more active. For additional resources see WHO's global action plan on physical activity 2018 - 2030.
WCPT advocacy and engagement in South America
President Emma K Stokes, Chief Executive Officer Jonathon Kruger, and Professional Adviser Pablo Davo Cabra attended a meeting of WCPT’s South America Region (SAR) in November. Discussions covered a wide range of issues, including migration movements within the region and how this impacted on the recognition of physical therapy qualifications and programmes, online entry level education programmes and finance.

Jonathon and Pablo subsequently delivered an advocacy workshop on ways to develop the physical therapy profession in South America and to discuss national advocacy issues and solutions amongst member organisations.

Following the SAR meeting, 1,500 delegates attended the XX Congreso Latinoamericano de Fisioterapia y Kinesiología (V Congreso WCPT SAR), 7th - 9th November.

Read the full article
WCPT Board meet in London
The WCPT Executive Board held a productive three-day meeting in London in November. The Board was joined by Scott Ward, who will act as the Presiding Officer for the General Meeting in Geneva in May 2019.

Pictured: back row, left to right, Jonathon Kruger, Marco Pang, Esther Munalula Nkandu, Gabriela Mallma, John Xerri de Caro; front row, left to right, Emma K. Stokes, Scott Ward, Margot Skinner. Not pictured: Stacy de Gale
Congress registrations selling fast
With over 2,000 delegates already registered, the WCPT Congress 2019 promises to be one of our biggest events yet.

If you are looking to add a clinical visit or pre- or post-congress course to your registration - don't delay as some have already sold out!

Remember to register before the 31st January deadline to benefit from the Early Bird discount.

terça-feira, 27 de novembro de 2018

O Reino Unido comemora centenário da formação de Fisioterapeutas cegos

Uma postagem do site History.Physio,  publicada hoje por Dave Nicholls sobre Fisioterapeutas deficientes visuais formados na Inglaterra pela Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, reportou-me ao passado, mais precisamente ao Nordeste do Brasil de 1978. Interessante nessa volta é que se tem dela  o registro em livro publicado pelo Fisioterapeuta Risomar da Silva Vieira por meio da Editora Universitária da UFPB - Institucionalização da Fisioterapia - João Pessoa, 2012 (páginas 248 e 249).

No livro o autor cita entrevista com o também Fisioterapeuta Joaquim José da Silva Neto, na época residente em João Pessoa e Membro Efetivo da Diretoria do Conselho Regional de Fisioterapia e Terapia Ocupacional da Primeira Região CREFITO 1. 



" Éramos nove membros efetivos e  nove membros suplentes. Eu era um membro efetivo. E neste período inicial eu fui conselheiro secretário e representava o conselho aqui na Paraíba. E como fisioterapeuta só tinha eu e nossa colega Rosália que trabalhava numa clínica particular. Numa clínica que tinha até uma história de uma fisioterapeuta cega. E foi a primeira ação nossa. Como conselho foi exatamente em cima das clínicas de reumatologistas que não tinham fisioterapeutas, começando a exigir o profissional nestes estabelecimentos. Outra questão é que essa fisioterapeuta inglesa que era a 'papa' da fisioterapia aqui na Paraíba e com a implantação do conselho essa fisioterapeuta inglesa não procura o órgão para fazer o seu registro. Daí iniciou o processo de fiscalização e, depois de muita averiguação foi observado que na realidade ela não tinha uma formação em fisioterapia de nível superior. Eu lembro que ela possuía uma formação em massoterapia e uma parte prática. Então ela não conseguiu regulamentar e acabou fechando e voltando para a Inglaterra."

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Link para o site History.Physio

http://history.physio/a-century-of-blind-physiotherapists/

quinta-feira, 15 de novembro de 2018

WCPT Congresso 2019 - Atualização novembro 2018



WCPT Congress Update
November 2018 
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Over 2,000 already registered
With the super early bird deadline now passed, over 2,000 delegates have registered for congress.

Thank you to everyone who has registered. We look forward to welcoming you to Geneva.

If you haven't yet registered, you can now register at the early bird rate. Places for courses and clinical visits are selling fast and some have already sold out – so don’t delay!
Book your place on a congress course
Pre- and post-congress courses are selling fast. 

With some courses nearly sold out, now is the time to add a course to your registration. Courses offer a focus on applied knowledge and skills and give delegates an additional opportunity to explore issues in depth, gain practical experience, and learn directly from experts via a range of learning formats.

Courses offer a wide range of subjects. Half, one and two day courses are available, with a number offering support in other languages.
 
See the full list: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/courses.

Add a course to your registration via the online registration system.

If you are registering from a low or lower middle-income country, WCPT has reserved at least three spaces on each course that will be available at a reduced fee for those delegates. To apply for one of these places enter the course lottery by 31st January: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BZJDFJR. No pre-booking is necessary, but you must be registered for the congress.
Add a clinical visit to your registration
Over 35% of clinical visits have sold out.

Are you attending the whole congress? If so, make the most of your registration and add a clinical visit - a unique opportunity to see how physical therapy is practised in Switzerland.

physioswiss has arranged clinical visits for congress delegates to a range of public and private physical therapy facilities, across a wide area of interests. Most clinical visits will be supported in English and French and some will offer additional language support.
 
See the clinical visits available: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/clinical-visits

Add a clinical visit to your registration via the online registration system
Join the party! Congress accommodation
Book your place at the Bâtiment des Forces Motrices for a three-course Swiss dinner followed by a DJ and dancing at this historical setting on the River Rhône. Price: 105 EUR.

Tickets for the Brasserie des Halles de l'Île have sold out. A waiting list is in operation as further tickets may become available.

Find out more: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/social
Don't miss the opportunity to save time, money, and hassle by booking your accommodation at a congress hotel - hotels nearest to the congress venue are selling out with some already fully booked.

All those staying at a congress hotel will receive a free public transport ticket.

Book early to avoid disappointment: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/registration/accommodation.
The Gift of Congress just got bigger
A big thank you to everyone who has made a contribution to the congress bursary programme.  We are delighted to announce that we have already raised a fantastic £32,000. This has come from donations while delegates were registering, abstract submission fees, WCPT’s Incredible Impacts Award for the 2017 congress and other donors.

Your generosity will allow physical therapists from low or lower middle-income countries to attend congress who otherwise wouldn't be able to.

How to donate: there is an option to donate when you register for congress or you can donate via the JustGiving website.

How to apply for a bursary: applicants must complete the online application form by 1st December 2018.

Find out more: ww.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/registration/bursary
View the programme Call for volunteers
See the outstanding calibre of speakers who will be presenting at congress and the diverse range of programming on offer.

An overview of each day is available to help you start planning your time in Geneva. See the programmed focused symposia, discussion sessions, networking sessions and seminars.

Take a look at the overviews online or download a pdf of the programme: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/programme/preliminary
Are you an enthusiastic, committed individual with a keen interest in physical therapy? Do you want to expand your network of colleagues to include those from around the world? Do you want to be part of the largest international gathering of physical therapists?

If you are interested in volunteering sign up before 14th December 2018 to take advantage of the benefits on offer.

Find out more: www.wcpt.org/wcpt2019/registration/volunteers

terça-feira, 6 de novembro de 2018

Quando a Fisioterapia marcou presença na moderna área da saúde



Primeira Guerra Mundial - Aniversário do Armistício 100 anos

"Na véspera do aniversário dos 100 anos do armistício (Primeira Guerra Mundial), é oportuno refletir sobre como esta tragédia proporcionou a oportunidade para a incipiente profissão de Fisioterapeuta estabelecer seu lugar na área da saúde moderna".
 

domingo, 4 de novembro de 2018

WCPT convoca estudantes e Fisioterapeutas em início de carreira


Chamada para Facilitadores de rede

WCPT futuro está olhando para estudantes ou profissionais em início de carreira em todas as cinco regiões componentes da Confederação Mundial de Fisioterapia WCPT, que são apaixonados por Fisioterapia e interessados em fazer a diferença, representando sua região e juntando-se à equipe de facilitadores de rede. 

Detalhes do contato

WCPT
Victoria Charity Centre
11 Belgrave Road
London
SW1V 1RB
United Kingdom

Para saber mais, acesse: https://www.wcpt.org/students