If you couldn’t attend World Physical Therapy 2011 or didn’t get to all the presentations, you can now watch and listen to key sessions we have handpicked from the congress. This is a rare opportunity to learn from experts in their field on the profession’s hottest topics. As part of WCPT’s continued efforts to facilitate information exchange across the profession it is pleased to be able to offer this opportunity free of charge.
The following four discussion panels and eight focused symposia have been selected. Discussion panels include a video recording of the session with an option to download PowerPoint presentations. Focused symposia include a full audio recording with the accompanying PowerPoint slides.
- Re-building for good: how physical therapy projects can bring long-term sustainable benefits in conflict zones and disaster areas
- Promoting health, preventing disability: are physical therapists playing their part?
- The bigger picture: how physical therapists can bring change to health policy and service provision
- Health human resources: factors affecting equitable access to physical therapy in all parts of the world
- Teaching people about pain
- Global physical activity transitions: emerging measurement and therapeutic opportunity?
- Future trends in cardiac rehabilitation
- Physical therapy leadership in disability and HIV: sharing international perspectives
- Development of evidence-based recommendations for physical therapy diagnosis and treatment
- Forging links to moral action: Reaching beyond boundaries
- Spinal manipulation - evidence for physiotherapist delivery of effective procedures
- Cochrane systematic reviews - enabling evidence-based physiotherapy after stroke
Please note: All material in these packages is provided with the permission of the presenters and is not endorsed by WCPT.
The minimum technical specifications required to view these presentations are as follows:
Flash Player 6.0.79 or later (http://www.adobe.com/go/getflash) (Flash Player 7 or later recommended), and one of the following browsers:
- Windows: Internet Explorer 6 and later, Firefox 1.x and later, Safari 3 and later, Google Chrome, Opera 9.5 and later
- Macintosh: Safari 3 and later, Firefox 1.x and later, Google Chrome
- Linux: Firefox 1.x and later
The ability to view the presentations will depend upon the users broadband speed. Some users with low bandwidth may struggle to view the presentations.