Category:Queen Margaret University Project
This project has been developed by year 2 students on the MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy programme at Queen Margaret University, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the module ‘Current and Emerging Roles in Physiotherapy Practice’. The aim of the module is to prepare learners for emerging physiotherapy roles in response to changing healthcare needs, evolving contexts of delivery of practice and government health targets.
Pages in category "Queen Margaret University Project"
The following 44 pages are in this category, out of 44 total.
- Palliative Care Competence Framework for Physiotherapists
- Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Physical Activity and Injury Prevention in Adolescents
- Physical Activity in Adolescents with Haemophilia
- Physical Activity, Sport and Recreation for Young People with Physical Disabilities
- Physical Inactivity in Children with Asthma: A Resource for Physiotherapists
- Physiotherapists as Advocates for Individuals Living With Dementia
- Physiotherapy in Palliative Care
- Prescribing in Physiotherapy for Pain
- Prescribing Rights in the UK
- Private Physiotherapy Practice in the UK
- Promoting Active Living in Young People Through Behaviour Change
- Promoting Independence for Persons With Dementia
- Promoting Independence for Persons with Dementia
- Tackling Physical Inactivity: A Resource for Raising Awareness in Physiotherapists
- The emerging role of Microsoft Kinect in physiotherapy rehabilitation for stroke patients
- The Emerging Role of the Physiotherapist in the Current Obesity Epidemic
- The Inclusion of CBT in Physiotherapy Education
- The Role of the Physiotherapist in Palliative Care for People With Lymphoedema