Guided Tour<br />
Physiopedia is an ambitious project that aims to offer an evidence-based knowledge resource for rehabilitation professiona...
Reference<br />Collaborative<br />International<br />Education<br />Professional Development<br />Improve Patient Care<br ...
Who?<br />Anyone can read<br />Only PTs can edit<br />
Individual clinicians<br /><ul><li>  work autonomously
  CPD / CE</li></ul>e.g. Revision<br />Clinical questions<br />Project preparation<br />
Researchers <br /><ul><li> publish and promote their work
 contribute content
 become lead editors on pages</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Lecture preparation
  On-line demonstration
 Making resources accessible </li></ul>Instructor<br />Generated Content<br />
<ul><li> Lecture preparation
 Group assignments
 Publishing Research
 Adding Case studies
 Portfolios</li></ul>Student<br />Generated Content<br />
Health Care Organisations<br /><ul><li> get staff / members to become involved
 service development
 professional development</li></li></ul><li>Why?<br />Collaborate with colleagues internationally<br />Contribute to devel...
Develop your professional brand<br />Link to yourself on the Web<br />Exposure for your work, clinic, institution or organ...
Facts & Figures<br />
290,888 visits!!<br />75,312 people<br />
8, 747 Cities<br />
164 countries<br />
From all continents<br />
Your work in Physiopedia won’t go un-noticed!!<br />
Navigation<br />
Have a look around....<br />www.physio-pedia.com<br />
Featured <br />Resources<br />
Research<br />Publish your research in Physiopedia<br /><ul><li> Original research  
 Summary of your research prior to publication
 Student dissertations</li></ul>This is a great way of publicising student work, supporting new researchers and bridging t...
Presentations<br />Why let your work go to waste.  When ever you have created a presentation or lecture, put it on-line an...
 Content  is currently being contributed by fellowship programs
Links to narrated Adobe Connect lectures, self hosted audio-visual presentations, YouTube videos</li></li></ul><li>Patient...
 They suffer with the same conditions
They need rehab following the same procedures
We all use the same interventions</li></ul>Why don’t we collaborate internationally to produce the documents we need….<br ...
Featured Projects <br />
Bellarmine University<br />Pathophysiology of complex patient problems<br />25 second years<br />One page<br />One present...
90%<br />agreed that wiki worked<br />well as a learning method <br />
said that they now felt <br />confident to edit and <br />add to a wiki<br />87.5%<br />
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  • Start of guided tour.
  • July 2008 - Site development startedJan 2009 - Official launchFeb 2009 - First university project beginsApril 2009 - Regis University and Evidence in Motion grant open access rights to fellowship contentMay 2009 - Being used by 4 learning institutionsApril 2010 - First international collaborative student project beginsMay 2010 - First clinical interest group becomes involvedJune 2010 - Over 200 pages of content - 200-500 visitors per day - 30,000 visits per month
  • We could have a break here to do something. Get everyone to think about how they personally would like to use Physiopedia...
  • We’ll have a break here to stretch etc and everyone can go to the website and have a little look around.
  • Start again with ....... Has anyone come across anything that they’d like a further explanation for?
  • Take a break and think about how people might work with students or collaborate with colleagues in Physiopedia.
  • Physiopedia - the route to knowledge

    1. 1.
    2. 2. Guided Tour<br />
    3. 3. Physiopedia is an ambitious project that aims to offer an evidence-based knowledge resource for rehabilitation professionals throughout the world. <br />
    4. 4. Reference<br />Collaborative<br />International<br />Education<br />Professional Development<br />Improve Patient Care<br />Promote Profession<br />
    5. 5. Who?<br />Anyone can read<br />Only PTs can edit<br />
    6. 6. Individual clinicians<br /><ul><li> work autonomously
    7. 7. CPD / CE</li></ul>e.g. Revision<br />Clinical questions<br />Project preparation<br />
    8. 8. Researchers <br /><ul><li> publish and promote their work
    9. 9. contribute content
    10. 10. become lead editors on pages</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> Lecture preparation
    11. 11. On-line demonstration
    12. 12. Making resources accessible </li></ul>Instructor<br />Generated Content<br />
    13. 13. <ul><li> Lecture preparation
    14. 14. Group assignments
    15. 15. Publishing Research
    16. 16. Adding Case studies
    17. 17. Portfolios</li></ul>Student<br />Generated Content<br />
    18. 18. Health Care Organisations<br /><ul><li> get staff / members to become involved
    19. 19. service development
    20. 20. professional development</li></li></ul><li>Why?<br />Collaborate with colleagues internationally<br />Contribute to developing this evidence based resource for our profession<br />Contribute to promoting our profession<br />Build your profile and promote your own work<br />
    21. 21. Develop your professional brand<br />Link to yourself on the Web<br />Exposure for your work, clinic, institution or organisation<br />Link to Physiopedia projects you have been involved in<br />Automatic links to your Physiopedia contributions <br />
    22. 22. Facts & Figures<br />
    23. 23. 290,888 visits!!<br />75,312 people<br />
    24. 24. 8, 747 Cities<br />
    25. 25. 164 countries<br />
    26. 26. From all continents<br />
    27. 27. Your work in Physiopedia won’t go un-noticed!!<br />
    28. 28. Navigation<br />
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    48. 48. Have a look around....<br />www.physio-pedia.com<br />
    49. 49. Featured <br />Resources<br />
    50. 50. Research<br />Publish your research in Physiopedia<br /><ul><li> Original research  
    51. 51. Summary of your research prior to publication
    52. 52. Student dissertations</li></ul>This is a great way of publicising student work, supporting new researchers and bridging the gap between completing research and publication.<br />It will then be peer reviewed by the community.<br />
    53. 53. Presentations<br />Why let your work go to waste. When ever you have created a presentation or lecture, put it on-line and showcase it in Physiopedia. <br /><ul><li> Open access to high-quality, peer-reviewed content
    54. 54. Content is currently being contributed by fellowship programs
    55. 55. Links to narrated Adobe Connect lectures, self hosted audio-visual presentations, YouTube videos</li></li></ul><li>Patient Guides Clinical GuidelinesRehabilitation Protocols<br /><ul><li> Our clients are the same the world over
    56. 56. They suffer with the same conditions
    57. 57. They need rehab following the same procedures
    58. 58. We all use the same interventions</li></ul>Why don’t we collaborate internationally to produce the documents we need….<br />It’ll give us more time for patient care!<br />
    59. 59. Featured Projects <br />
    60. 60. Bellarmine University<br />Pathophysiology of complex patient problems<br />25 second years<br />One page<br />One presentation<br />Formally assessed<br />
    61. 61. 90%<br />agreed that wiki worked<br />well as a learning method <br />
    62. 62. said that they now felt <br />confident to edit and <br />add to a wiki<br />87.5%<br />
    63. 63. of the students would <br />recommend the project <br />to future students<br />85%<br />
    64. 64. said they learned about<br /> other disorders from <br />classmates presentations <br />95%<br />
    65. 65. I really enjoyed working on this project. I feel that it allowed me a chance to do something that can be seen by many people to come.<br />Thought this project was an opportunity for us to become more familiar with web-based resources and more importantly contribute to them.<br />I really enjoyed the process and think it's very neat, that my classmates and I have something useful and public.<br />I was very intimidated at first because I'm not always the best with computers. However, it was relatively simple and the tutorials really helped.<br />I felt it was a great experience for learning how to contribute to our profession in a very accessible way.<br />
    66. 66. International Student Project<br />Collaboration between Ireland and South Africa<br />Elective module<br />Exploring cultural differences<br />
    67. 67. Low numbers of volunteers to participate<br />Different stages of education<br />Different levels of access to computers and internet<br />Difficulties finding a topic suitable for both groups<br />Difficulties finding suitable time windows for both groups within their syllabus<br />
    68. 68. For Success<br />Compulsory <br />Formal Assessment<br />Good tutor support<br />Initial face-to-face familiarisation session<br />Use your geeky students<br />
    69. 69. AGILE<br />Creating the Older People section<br />Led by Experts<br />Involving members internationally<br />via IPTOP<br />
    70. 70. Wouldn’t it be great if....<br />
    71. 71. We all........<br />
    72. 72. Participated....<br />
    73. 73. Collaborated....<br />
    74. 74. Connected.....<br />
    75. 75. Communicated.....<br />
    76. 76. Wouldn’t that be great for..<br />
    77. 77. .. promoting the profession<br />& improving global health.<br />

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