MOVING EARTH

The Environmental Physiotherapy Association Blog features regular news, events and ideas on all things Environmental Physiotherapy.

The contributions presented in this blog do not necessarily represent the opinions and values of the Environmental Physiotherapy Association as such. Rather, they represent the thoughts and work of contributing authors and through these, an open and ongoing discussion of what an environmentally aware and responsible is, could and should be.

Please use our contact form if you are interested in contributing to Moving Earth: The Environmental Physiotherapy Association Blog. Contributions in any language and any format on all potentially related topics welcome! Please see our contribution guidelines at the bottom of this page. We appreciate your help in developing and advancing an environmentally aware and responsible physiotherapy profession across research, education and clinical practice.

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Environmental Physiotherapy Education Podcast

by Filip Maric, Shaun Cleaver, Cliona O'Sullivan, Adriane Vieira & Olivia Stone | InBeta Unconference 2020

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Moving Earth – Soft contribution guidelines for blogposts:

    Text, video, audio, image and other types of contributions in any language are all welcome.

    If you contribute a text, we will need the following:  

    • max 1000 words
    • 3-5 jpg images (landscape format, high resolution, either from your private collection or licensed as ‘free to share and use’, sent as email attachments)
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    We appreciate your effort and support in developing and advancing environmental physiotherapy in all of its facets, and look forward to reviewing your draft contribution!