The following articles relating to WCPT 2017 are available for re-print.
As the number of people living with HIV increases and the disease becomes a long-term condition physical therapists can make a significant difference.
An innovative session at next year’s WCPT Congress in South Africa will use roleplaying to show therapists how they can consistently encourage patients to live healthier lives.
The future of physical therapy could be in danger unless the profession opens up to thinking from across the academic spectrum, according to David Nicholls of the Critical Physio Network.
Marit Kristiansen from Norway and Marcus Chong from Singapore have won WCPT’s competition for free registration at next year’s congress in South Africa.
Seventy-five global opinion leaders and innovators in the world of physical therapy will present key sessions at the forthcoming WCPT Congress, to be held in Cape Town, South Africa on 2nd-4th July 2017.
The World Confederation for Physical Therapy is launching its call for abstracts for the WCPT Congress 2017 in South Africa, with the online submission system to open in August.
Could this be your chance to run one of the key sessions for the WCPT Congress in Cape Town, South Africa in 2017? WCPT is inviting recognised experts in their fields to submit proposals for focused symposia – sessions which are central to the congress programme and which explore cutting edge topics.