Events

Enphe conferences, seminars & other events

Since the foundation of the Network in 1995, conferences have been organized twice a year. In 2009 it was decided to organize only one conference a year. To ensure continuity in development of the Working Groups and ISB, “seminars” are organized once a year.

Upcoming Events

Seminar

ENPHE Seminar – Co-create the future

2-4 April 2020

More information and registration will be available soon

 

PAST EVENTS

CONFERENCES

2019 – The end of Physiotherapy? Towards New Ideas on Health – Hanze University of Applied Sciences, School of Health Care Studies, in Groningen, Netherlands (General Assembly)

2018 – Education for Innovation and Multidisciplinarity – Ecole DÁssas – Paris, France (General Assembly)

2017 – Education in a Changing Society – University of Iceland – Reykjavik, Iceland (General Assembly)

2016 – The Future of Physiotherapy Education – FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences – Graz, Austria

2015 – ENPHE 20th Anniversary – University of Ghent – Ghent, Belgium (General Assembly)

2014 – Tartu Healthe Care College – Tartu, Estonia (General Assembly)

2013 – Lahti University of Applied Sciences (LAMK) University – Lahti, Finland (General Assembly)

2012 – FH Campus Wien – Viena, Austria

2011 – Alcoitão Health School – Estoril, Portugal (General Assembly)

2010 – Transparency in Physiotherapy Education without Borders – Riga Stradins University – Riga, Latvia

2009 – Innovative approaches in physiotherapy education – Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences – Rotterdam, The Netherlands (General Assembly)

2008 -Assessment in a competence-based physiotherapy programme – Stockholm, Sweden

2007 – Harmonic innovative curricula in physiotherapy after Bologna – Charles University Prague Faculty Of Physical Education And Sport – Prague, Czech Republic (General Assembly)

2006 – Competence-based PT education:stepping stone to international education and improved mobility? – Brussels, Belgium (General Assembly)

2005 – Enhancing physiotherapy competences in innovative learning environments – Metropolia University of Applied Sciences – Helsinki, Finland

2004 – Learning and teaching strategies to acquire competences – Alcoitão Health School – Estoril, Portugal (General Assembly)

2003 – Developing PT educational competences within the Bologna implementation in Europe – Druskininkai, Lithuania

2002 – The therapy of pain: desideratum or reality? (FRAK-ENPHE Conference) – Slanic Moldova, Romenia

2001 – Multidisciplinary education (ENOTHE-ENPHE Conference) – Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences – Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2000 – Quality assurance in physiotherapy education – Hochschule Fresenius – Idstein, Germany

1999 – Strategies and pedagogical approaches in physiotherapy education – Arhus Universiteit – Arhus, Denmark

1998 – Alcoitão Health School – Estoril, Portugal

1997 – Educating for mobility – Brussels

1996 – No conference

1995 – Organisation of the physiotherapy educational system in Europe – Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium (General Assembly)

SEMINARS

2019 – Working Group seminar – HSG Bochum University of Applied Sciences – Bochum, Germany

2018 – Working Group seminar -University College Sjaelland, Denmark

2017 – Working Group seminar -Polytechnic Institute Porto – Porto, Portugal

2016 – Working Group seminar – Universidade Ramon Llul – Barcelona, Spain

2015 – Working Group seminar – Centro Universitario San Rafael-Nebrija – Madrid, Spain

2014 – Working Group seminar – Istanbul Bilgi University – Istanbul, Turkey

2013 – Working Group seminar – Vilnius, Lithuania

2012 – Focus Group Seminar -University of Udin – Bibione, Italy

2011- Focus Group Seminar –

2010 – Focus Group Seminar – Sigtuna, Sweden

2009 – Group Seminar – University of Malta, Malta

After 2008, it was decided to have in spring seminars just dedicated to working groups for development of the network and specific topics and not the format of a conference. Conferences will be only in the autumn.

2008 – Student-centred learning: what does it mean for students, lecturers and institutions? – Universitat de Valencia – Valencia, Spain

2007 – Quality management in competence-based physiotherapy education – National Sports Academy “Vasil Levski”- Sophia, Bulgaria

2006 – Learning in a clinical environment: the best way to acquire physiotherapy competences? – Istanbul, Turkey

2005 – The research skilled student : a challenge to the physiotherapy education. – Warsaw, Poland

2004 – Competences in PT education in Europe: curriculum design – University College Dublin, Ireland

2003 – Developing a European profile in physiotherapy education – Universitat de Valencia – Valencia, Spain

2002 – Integration of theory and practice in physiotherapy education – Paris, France

2001 – Facilitating research in physiotherapy education – University of Salford – Manchester, United Kindom

2000 – Problem based learning – Linkoping University – Linkoping, Sweden