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#18: Covid-19 – Where to from here? (Unconference 2020)

In this guided reflection, Ben and Michael use the Crisis-Response framework to guide a conversation around how we’ve not only responded to the Covid-19 pandemic but how we might think about moving forward beyond it. They reflect on the need to ask which of the changes that have been introduced into physiotherapy education as a result of emergency remote teaching are useful and deserve consideration as permanent aspects of our training, and which were temporary solutions that can come to an end. This episode forms part of the In Beta Unconference 2020 guided reflection series.

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#15: Assessing practical skills remotely

This is the second episode in a short series of conversations around how physiotherapy educators might adapt to the sudden requirement to run the programme fully online as a result of the global Covid-19 pandemic. In this episode we discuss different experiences and ideas about how educators might consider assessing practical skills remotely.

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#12: In Beta at WCPT

Michael and I are going to be at WCPT 2019 in Geneva from Friday 10th to Monday 13th May before the main event of the In Beta Unconference in Lausanne on 14th and 15th May. It would be great to meet as many people who have interacted with In Beta as we can whilst we are at WCPT. So we thought it would be good to let you know what we’re up to while we’re there.

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#10: Narrative reasoning

Narrative reasoning is the capability to apprehend and understand patients` “stories”, illness experiences, meaning perspectives, contexts, beliefs and cultures. An ability to recognize, interpret and be moved to action by an individual’s story of illness is a key attribute in person-centred practice. However students and novice professionals often find it difficult to engage in narrative forms of reasoning and collaborative models of practice, focusing instead on biomedical aspects.

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