Clinical education of physiotherapy students
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Reubenson, A. and Elkins, M.R. 2022. Clinical education of physiotherapy students. Journal of Physiotherapy. 68 (3): pp. 153-155.
Journal of Physiotherapy
Faculty of Health Sciences
Curtin School of Allied Health
This Editorial introduces Journal of Physiotherapy’s article collection on clinical education of physiotherapy students. The article collection has been curated from papers published in the journal to facilitate access to important findings in this field, highlight trends in the research and summarise avenues for further investigation. The collected articles show educational models, novel approaches to finding clinical placements, early educational initiatives taken in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the current status of entry-level physiotherapy assessment, and insights into future directions for physiotherapy education.
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Limited interface between physiotherapy primary care and people with severe mental illness: a qualitative studyLee, S.; Waters, F.; Briffa, K.; Fary, Robyn (2017)© 2017 Questions How do mental health professionals perceive the role of physiotherapists in the care of people with severe and persistent mental illness, and what factors do they perceive as influencing access to ...
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