The overall aim of the workgroup Facilitation of Learning (FoL) is to facilitate members of ENPHE and other stakeholders to acquire and manage with information and knowledge concerning contemporary and innovative approaches to learning and teaching in physiotherapy (PT) education and to improve their competences in this field.
Members (list of core members)
- Griselda Gonzalez-Caminal; Teacher; Fundació Universitària del Bages (ES)
- Antonio Lopes; Teacher; Escola Superior de Saúde do Alcoitão (PT)
- Nina Brodin; Teacher; Karolinska Institute (SE)
- Anne Vollen; Teacher; Absalon University College (DK)
- PROJECT 1 – TEACHERS REFLECTIVE TOOL or CPD
Aim: To further develop a reflection tool for continuous professional development (CPD) for teachers
- PROJECT 2 – GET INSPIRED, GET MOVING
Aim: To share good practices in teaching-learning among ENPHE members and among stakeholders in higher education.
- PROJECT 3 – PICTURING THE FUTURE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
Photovoice is a visual method of participatory intervention consisting in using photography’s, made by participants, and the comments they produce collectively to stimulate critical reflection and critical thinking on some specific topic (for more information you could read Wang’s paper https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9158980).
Aim: To define new ways of understanding physiotherapy and its skills through photography. To stimulate artistic strategies to develop physiotherapy critical thinking.
- PROJECT 4 – BleClirc – BLENDED LEARNING CLINICAL REASONING COURSE
- PROJECT 5 – Identify the needed competences for Health Care Professionals as “virtualists”
Facilitation of Learning WG and Research WG are working together on a new project to explore needed competences to work with our patients in an online and real time setting. The main goal is to develop a competency framework and create appropriate education.
Due to Covid19, at a professional level there has been an increment in the provision of healthcare at distance and an exponential growth of virtual teaching and virtual interactions on an educational level. Professionals have adapted their way of interacting with patients online by trial and error. Therefore, there is a demand on identifying competencies required and developing focused courses addressing these for healthcare professionals as “virtualists”.
The aim of this survey is to identify the needed competences for Health Care Professionals as “virtualists”. The questions have been developed following the physiotherapeutic process (patient history/anamnesis, assessment, treatment and patient education).
We are asking you for feedback about specific knowledge, attitude and skills needed when interacting with our patients in an online and real time setting. If you have any additional questions you wish to add, there is space to so at the end of the survey.
Deadline to answer the survey is by 15th of June. Your input is valuable for the development for needed competences for Health Care Professionals as “virtualists”. Thank you for taking the time (approx. 10 minutes) to complete this survey. You can go to the form by clicking the following link: https://forms.gle/WchoZoKLinEkZAzp8