Northumbria University Innovation and Contemporary Physiotherapy Project

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This project forms part of the MSc is a two-year accelerated programme at Northumbria University in the UK. Students will investigate a contemporary area of physiotherapy practice (of their own choosing) within a general theme of innovation, service development, and so forth, and to develop a Physiopedia resource to support this.

Course Instructor

Dr John Stephens

Instructions to Students

Full instructions are provided to students in class. The key points of these instructions are as follows:

Getting started

Choose a contemporary area of practice within a general theme of innovation, service development and create a Physiopedia resource to support this. You will need to set up a physiopedia account so that you can directly add your work to Physiopedia.

To get you started you can find help on the Guide to taking part in a student project.

Expectations – Content

In keeping with the course objectives, the creation of a page must be related to a general theme of innovation, service development. Within the page, you will ....

Expectations – Overall quality

Your content should be accurate, evidence-based, and have appropriate and accurate inclusion of hyperlinks and citations. The hyperlinks and citations should add knowledge value to your contributions. Your content should have absolutely zero spelling errors, zero grammar errors, zero breaches of academic integrity, and zero copyright violations.

Expectations – Citing of sources

Incorporate and include links to references and resources to support the information you are including in your case. This should include original research (including systematic reviews), as well as other online resources that you may find. You are NOT permitted to cite the course textbook or any other textbook that is not freely accessible online to the world. If you take your inspiration for this assignment from the textbook chapters, you should take a look at what references they cite (at the back of each chapter) and look them up online. If relevant, see if you can find anything more current.

Articles - 2019

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