Physiotherapy students in Argentina

Education

We support the development of high-quality physiotherapist education as set out in our policy statement and supporting documents. We recognise that physiotherapist education is a continuum of learning. It starts with the entry level physiotherapist education programme that permits entry to the profession, followed by developing and maintaining continued competence to practice. This is supported by World Physiotherapy's Physiotherapist education framework and a range of resources.

These resources are available to help enhance education delivery, and education at all stages of professional development.

World Physiotherapy resources

World Physiotherapy Network for Physiotherapy Educators

A network for physiotherapist educators interested in all aspects of education from pre-qualifying through the full range of post-qualifying opportunities. Visit the Network page or join the Facebook discussion group for more information.

Global education task force

Our global education task force considered the impact of COVID-19 on physiotherapy education.

The members of the task force are drawn from a wide range of organisations and networks, bringing together expertise and experience from different parts of the world and the physiotherapy profession. The task force has gathered and shared information and experiences of what has been happening to help inform and shape the future.

Task force members:

  • Patricia Almeida
  • Tracy Bury
  • John Xerri de Caro
  • Jean Damascene Gasherebuka
  • Karim Martina Alvis Gomez
  • Djenana Jalovcic
  • Suh-Fang Jeng
  • Rachael Lowe
  • Nina Rydland Olsen
  • Barb Sanders
  • Emma Stokes

The task force has produced a series of briefing papers:

Accredited entry level programmes

View our list of physiotherapy programmes accredited by World Physiotherapy.

Resources from external organisations

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