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Identity Theories: Structure and Agency in Physiotherapy Practice with Hazel Horobin Zoom link for the meeting: https://aut.zoom.us/j/498232698
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Something for the weekend: How Cooking Websites Are Failing People With Disabilities But what is a neural network? Illuminating occupations at the heart of social problems How nurses transform the subjective experience of pain into objective numbers Physiotherapists’ Perspectives on the Threats Posed to Their Profession in the Areas of Training, Education, and Knowledge Exchange […]
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Identity Theories: Structure and Agency in Physiotherapy Practice with Hazel Horobin Zoom link for the meeting: https://aut.zoom.us/j/498232698 In this presentation, I will use the theories by Jenkins (2014) and Foucault (1988) to explore how an individual’s identity is socially constructed and I outline how Gauntlett understands the way in which identities are expressed. Through an […]
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A couple of weeks ago, an editorial appeared in Physical Therapy that gave a very strong justification for the use of qualitative research by physiotherapists. It’s somewhat surprising, these days, that qualitative research even needs defending, but the authors – Alan Jette, Clare Delany, and Mari Lundberg – gave a very clear and concise overview […]
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Something for the weekend: The rise of junk science Getting serious about barriers faced by disabled students The Value of Qualitative Inquiry for Public Policy Enchanting Robots: Intimacy, Magic, and Technology From Bodily Sensations to Symptoms Sociology, Health, and the Fractured Society Trialling technologies to reduce hospital in‐patient falls: an agential realist analysis Professional autonomy […]
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Over the last few weeks, we’ve been running a series of posts on the biomedical model. This approach, perhaps more than any other, forms the solid foundations for a lot of physiotherapy theory and practice, so it makes sense to try to understand it better. Here are the links to all the respective posts that […]
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The International Society of Critical Health Psychology (ISCHP) conference will be in Bratislava next week. In preparation, the organisation has published its book of abstracts. I’ve found it very useful searching for specific terms (like stigma, pain, and Foucault) to see what work is being presented. There are some really interesting ideas being talked about […]
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Something for the weekend: The treadmill’s dark and twisted past A Qualitative Study Exploring Physical Therapists’ Attitudes Toward Their Roles in Weight Management for People With Knee Osteoarthritis A qualitative study of long-term users’ experiences of physiotherapy in primary health care When Bodies Think: Panpsychism, Pluralism, Biopolitics The science of how we sense ourselves from […]
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Something for the weekend: The Fitness Craze That Changed the Way Women Exercise Philosophical bias is the one bias that science cannot avoid The Utopian Leisure of Soviet Sanatoriums Hegel and history How long does it take to mark an exam? Our culture affects the way we look after ourselves. It should shape the health […]
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The Latin American Centre for Development of Physiotherapy and Kinesiology and the Colombian Physiotherapy Association are looking to invite a keynote speaker to their IX Meeting of Academics in Physiotherapy and VIII ELA. The meeting will be held in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia on October 30 and 31 of 2019 (but presentations can also […]

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