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*NOTE:The materials and techniques presented are intended for use as educational resources for qualified registered physiotherapists/ physical therapists. Clinical reasoning and professional judgment must be used in individual cases to determine if and how the therapist should implement the techniques based on their knowledge of their own skills and abilities and the condition of the patient. Terms and Conditions Apply
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Evaluating Evidence-Based Practice,
with Dr. LJ Lee and Roger Kerry – IFOMPT 2012
This is the full Focused Symposium presented by LJ (Linda-Joy Lee) along with Roger Kerry (University of Nottingham) at the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT) 2012 conference in Quebec City, Canada, on October 4, 2012. EBP was introduced into health care over 20 years ago and in this presentation LJ and Roger explore and challenge current definitions and the application of EBP in physiotherapy. The evidence for EBP is examined, and the role of clinical expertise and experience is discussed in the context of wise clinical decision-making. What is the evidence for EBP?
The Integrated Systems Model for Disability &
Pain (ISM) (Lee LJ, Lee DG 2010) – IFOMPT 2012
A recording of the IFOMPT 2012 conference presentation by LJ Lee and Diane Lee outlining the key distinguishing features of the ISM as a clinical reasoning framework to assess and treat the whole person.