Technical Skills Affect Patient Outcomes by Only 15%! Improve Your Patient Outcomes by Improving Your Interpersonal Skills
Do you want to improve your patient outcomes? This blog, and the course it is based on, How to Develop Communication, Empathy, and Power Skills to Optimize Patient Outcomes, will teach you how you can develop communication, empathy and soft skills to optimize your patient outcomes and improve your interpersonal relationships in your professional and personal life.
COVID made us realize that the healthcare system has been broken for a long time. The future of healthcare is patient-centred and technologically integrated. Learn more about the future, today; it has room for all of us. Stay ahead of the curve and be a part of the innovators designing the future so that it is one you can be proud of.
Are you a manual therapist? Do you break up fascia or scar tissue? Well, pain science is here to tell you that unless you are superhuman, you likely cannot do that! Check out today's blog, based on Dr. Erson Religioso's course, Integrating Manual Therapy and Patient Education: Transform Passive Care into Active Care. This blog and course will help you increase compliance and patient outcomes!
Embodia U is an interactive and dynamic platform used by educators and students in post-secondary institutions including colleges and universities. The platform is designed for students to use real-world programs to immerse themselves in technology, which they will use once they graduate and are treating real patients.
Why Your Patients Need Yoga Therapy! The Top 10 Yoga and Pain Science Resources for Healthcare Practitioners and Yoga Therapists
Do you use Yoga Therapy in your healthcare or rehabilitative practice? Or perhaps you are considering using it but don't know where to start? Today's blog discusses the current scientific evidence in support of Yoga for rehabilitative practices, the benefits of Yoga therapy, and provides the top Yoga resources and conferences for healthcare practitioners, yoga therapists and instructors.
Physiotherapy is already a pretty eco-friendly profession (yay us!). However, experts predict that a 70% reduction in CO2 emissions needs to be achieved by 2050 to mitigate the dire consequences of climate change. We can always do more to take care of our patients and our world. This blog will give you some expert tips on how you can help save the world. Be the change!
Learn about the importance of pain education and pain science in physiotherapy with Debbie Patterson, Geoff Bostick, and the Pain Science Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Are you experiencing stress, depression, or job dissatisfaction? Are you looking to audit yourself, your values, and beliefs to determine if you are experiencing burnout? This blog is for healthcare practitioners facing burnout and is an excerpt from Mark Milligan and Sandy Hilton's presentation at the San Diego Pain Summit.
The 2021 Physiotherapy Competency Exam Clinical Component is going virtual, it's also going no-touch (wait, what?!). Yes, that's right, and those aren't the only changes to take place in 2021 in an effort to keep you safe in these COVID-times. Read this blog to learn about the most up-to-date updates that will affect your exam. Good luck with the Clinical Component! We believe in you!
What are the qualities of a good leader? How do I develop good leadership qualities? Check out today's blog, based on Embodia's course, Leadership Course For Physiotherapists, to learn the answer to these questions and more (including who discovered the South Pole).
Dr. Erson Religioso III gives his top 5 Things to do with frozen shoulders for physiotherapists and he teaches online continuing education for physiotherapists on Embodia.
Are you a healthcare professional who works with dancers? Then you'll know that treating this population requires special knowledge and expertise. Let Dinah Hampson and Genevieve Renaud from Pivot Dancer teach you how to better support your artistic athletes with exclusive rehabilitative exercises for dancers, artistic athletes and hypermobile patients, and by speaking their language.