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»»  Abstract reviewing outcomes

A total of 125 abstract proposals have been received, from 23 different countries (18 European). Review process consisted of four coordinators and eight international  reviewers forming four groups. A process of blinding was carried out, and the following criteria applied:

  • Abstract reviewers were not undertaken in country
  • Where the same author submitted more than one abstract, this was allocated to a different group.

The Scientific Committee made final decisions in its meeting of 19th of March 2004. A total of 84 abstracts, from 21 different countries, have been accepted.

 

Research Reports

Special Interest Reports

Total

Platforms

14

33

47

 

 

 

 

Posters

8

29

37

 

 

 

 

Total

22

62

84

The Congress Organisers are delighted with the responses to the call for abstracts, which will provide an interesting programme of parallel sessions, and poster presentations, covering a wide range of topics on education.

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»»  Final Programme |  Last Update 1/11/2004

NOVEMBER 3

17.00

19.00

Congress Secretariat / Registration

Welcome Reception

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NOVEMBER 4

08.00

REGISTRATION

09.30

OPENING CEREMONY

 10.00

PLENARY SESSION I | ROOM A

A Vision of the Bologna Process and its Implantation in Portugal

Keynote speaker: Prof. Sebastião Feyo de Azevedo (Portugal)

Chair: Marie Donaghy (United Kingdom); Isabel Rasgado Rodrigues (Portugal)

10.30

Coffee Break

 

11.00

 

SYMPOSIUM I | ROOM A

Challenges and Benefits of Bologna Process for Physiotherapy Education

Chair: António Lopes (Portugal); Sigrun Knutsdottir (Iceland)

Contributors: Jesus Rebollo Roldan (Spain); Antoon Ven (Belgium); Camilla Wikström-Grotell (Finland)

 

PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS  -  Parallel Session – 1

 

Education and Employment - (ROOM D)

Chair: Eckardt Boehle (Germany) ; Co-Chair: Georges Boueiri (Lebanon)

 11h00 A Comparision Of Students Record Keeping With The European Core Standards   PPT
Marese Cooney (
Ireland)

 11h20 Developing A Model For Specialisation Within The Profession In Denmark  PPT
Benedikte Steinrud (
Denmark)

 11h40 The Bologna Declaration And Physiotherapy Education In Portugal: Opinions From Teachers And Students  PPT
Beatriz Fernandes (
Portugal)

 12h00 Discrepancy Between Competence And The Demands Of The Profession And The Job  PPT
Nils Erik Sjöberg (
Denmark)

 

Continuous Professional Development I - (ROOM C)

Chair: Dagmar Pavlu (Czech Republic), Co-Chair: Malene Haneborg (Norway)

 11h00 Case Study In Curriculum Development At The Initial Level Within Physiotherapy |  PPT
Leena Noronen (
Finland)

 11h20 Methodological Competence Within Problem-Based Learning In Undergraduate Education  |  PPT
Ulrike Schemmann (Germany)

 11h40 Implementation Of A Digital Portfolio  |  PPT
J.F. De Groot (
The Netherlands)

 12h00 Physiotherapists' Engagement With An Outcomes-Based Approach To Demonstrating Competence Through Continuing Professional Development  |  PPT
Sally Gosling (United Kingdom)

 

ICT - Information Communication Technology I - (ROOM B)

Chair: Elisabeth Haase (Denmark), Co-Chair: Antonio Alves Lopes (Portugal)

11h00 Integration Of Computer based Learning In An Electrotherapy Module  |  PPT
Gill Robinson (United Kingdom)

11h20 How To Develop An Educational Internet Support For Physiotherapy Students? Report From A Decentralised Part Time Bachelor Program In Physiotherapy   PPT
Grete Barlindhaug (Norway)

11h40 Continuing Professional Development And E-Learning   PPT
Gloria Dunlop (United Kingdom)

12h00 How Is It Possible To Learn Physiotherapy Off Campus? Report From A Decentralised Part Time Bachelor Program In Physiotherapy.   |  PPT
Britt-Vigdis Ekeli (Norway)

 

12.30

Lunch

 

14.00

 

SYMPOSIUM II  | ROOM A

Will Specialisation in Physiotherapy meet the Current Challenges in Health Care?”

Chair:   Nina Holten (Denmark);  Regina Jetzinger (Austria)

Contributors: Benedik Steinrud (Denmark); Grahame Pope (United Kingdom)

 

PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS   -  Parallel Session – 2 

 

Teaching and Learning - (ROOM B)

Chair: Gillian Webb (Australia), Co-Chair: Ramon Cervantes (Spain)

14h00 Assessment Based On Everyday Practice Of Msc Graduates In Physiotherapy: Worth The Effort From Students?  PPT
Miranda Velthuis (The Netherlands)

14h20 Meeting Practice Demands: Master's Level Programmes In Qualifying And Post-Qualifying Physiotherapy Education  PPT
Sally Gosling (United Kingdom)

14h40 Outcomes Research In Physiotherapy Education  PPT
Joyce Mothabeng (South Africa)

15h00 An Interdisciplinary Approach To Post Registration Education In Pain  PPT
Jackie Waterfield (United Kingdom)

 

Clinical Education - (ROOM C)

Chair:  Jill Higgins (United Kingdom),  Co-Chair: Ingrid Lindquist (Sweden)

14h00 Clinical Practice In Interdisciplinary Student Teams PPT
Grete Andreassen (Norway)

14h20 Findings Of An Investigation Into The Impact Of An Accredditation System On Physiotherapy Undergraduate Clinical Education   PPT
Denise Prescott (United Kingdom)

14h40 Clinical Education Grading: Using Rank Order To Converse Assessment Into Grades  PPT
R. Macedo (Portugal)

15h00 Improving Cultural Diversity Awereness Of Physical Therapy Educators  PPT
Rolando T. Lazaro (United States of  America)

 

15.30

Coffee Break

 

16.00

 

 

 

 

17.40

 

17.45

 

 

 

 

20.00

 

PLENARY SESSION II | ROOM A

Evidence Based Practice in Education
Chair: Marie Donaghy (United Kingdom)

Contributors:  Katherine Shepard (United States of  America); Kari Bo (Norway)

 

EXHIBITION AND POSTER VIEWING

 

WORKSHOPS | ROOM A

Writing up Qualitative Research for Publication in Education and Scientific Journals

Keynote speaker:  Barbara Richardson (United Kingdom)

Chair: Regina Jetzinger (Austria)

 

Gala Dinner with Show at Casino Estoril  (needs specific registration and fee)

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NOVEMBER 5

 08.30

 PLENARY SESSION III | ROOM A

 

Bridging Academia and Practice”

Keynote speaker: Ann Moore (United Kingdom)

Chair:  Isabel Souza Guerra (Portugal)

 

SYMPOSIUM III | ROOM A

 

“Ensuring Competence to Practice from Education to Employment: Implementation of the European Physiotherapy Benchmark Statement”

Chair:  Marie Donaghy (United Kingdom)

Contributors: Jackie Waterfield (United Kingdom); Annelene Jalving (Denmark); Ludmilla Venova (Bulgaria)

 

PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS  -  Parallel Session – 3

 

Evidence Based Practice - Teaching and Learning - (ROOM B)

Chair: Sheila Lennon-Fraser (United Kingdom) Co-Chair: Antonia Gomez Conesa (Spain)

 9h30 Online Learning: Supportig An Undergraduate Physiotherapy Programme With Electronic Learning Environments  PPT
Simon Igo (
United Kingdom)

9h50 Integrative Pedagogic And Connective Learning - Developing New Learning Enviroments To Cross The Border Between Education And Working Life  PPT
Leena Noronen (Finland)

10h10 The Use Of Critical Incident Analysis To Demonstrate Experimential Learning And Evidence Based Practice  PPT
Carol Shacklady (
United Kingdom)

10h30 Making Evidence Based Practice Attractive: An Educational Model For Promoting The Implementation Of Research Based Practice In The Clinical Setting  PPT
Amanda Connell (
Ireland)

 

Continuous Professional Development II - (ROOM C)

Chair: Julia Bottleley (United Kingdom) Co-Chair: Birgitte Foged (Denmark)

9h30 Senior Physiotherapists' Engagement In Continuing Professional Development  PPT
Julie Sellars (
United Kingdom)

9h50 Career And Continuing Professional Education Intentions Of Physiotherapy Students At Zagreb School Of Health Studies  PPT
Iva Sklempe (
Croatia)

10h10 Development Of Professional Theme Conferences In The Field Of Continuing Education   PPT
Elisabeth Berents (
Denmark)

10h30 Are Physiotherapy Student's Committed To Continuing Professional Development?  PPT
Marese Cooney (
Ireland)

 

 Clinical Reasoning - (ROOM D)

Chair: May Lisbeth Ringvold (Norway) Co-Chair: Joyce Mothabeng (South Africa)

9h30 An Analysis Of The Clinical Reasoning Of Experienced And Novice Physiotherapists Using The Dreyfus Model Of Skills Acquisition  PPT
Catherine Doody (Ireland)

9h50 Clinical Reasoning In Physiotherapists Motor Assessment Of Schooll Children With Developmental And Learning Disabilities  PPT
Anne-Marie Wium (
Denmark)

10h10 Diagnostic Knowlegde Structure Of Expert Physiotherapists When Diagnosis Low Back Pain Complaints  PPT
Eduardo Cruz (
Portugal)

10h30 Evaluating A Framework For Reflection On Practice: Does Structured Reflective Activity Actually Affect Clinicians' Practice?  PPT
Kate Morss (
United Kingdom)

 

9.30

11.00

Coffee Break

 

11.30

 

PLENARY SESSION IV | ROOM A

Standards and Quality in Education for Practice”

Chair: Brenda Meyers (WCPT)

Keynotes speakers: Marie Donaghy (United Kingdom); Kate Morss (United Kingdom)

 

12.30

Lunch  (Exhibition and poster viewing)

 

14.00

 

SYMPOSIUM IV | ROOM A

“Integrating policies into practice. Role of educators in preparing students

Chair: Natalie Beswetherick (United Kingdom)

Contributors: Marese Cooney (Ireland) and Dagmar Pavlu (Czech Republic)

 

 PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS   -  Parallel Session – 4

 

Innovation and Curriculum Development - (ROOM B)

Chair: Emma Stokes (Ireland) Co-Chair: João Gil (Portugal)

14h00 A Novel Development Of Peer Assisted Learning In An Undergarduate Physiotherapy Programme In The Uk  PPT
John Hammond (United Kingdom)

14h20 The Science Corner: Na Educational Method To Encourage Cooperation Between Scientists And Practitioners?  PPT
Miranda Velthuis (The Netherlands)

14h40 Introduction Of Direct Access In The Netherlands; Development Of An Educational Program   PPT
Rob Van Dolder (The Netherlands)

15h00 Professional Socialisation: Students´ Expectations Of Being A Physiotherapist Or Occupational   PPT
Barbara Richardson (United Kingdom) 

 

Teaching in Specific Areas - (ROOM C)

Chair: Madalena Gomes da Silva (Portugal) Co-Chair: Silvia Meriaux-Kratochvila (Austria)

14h00 Development Of A Key Qualification Based Evaluation Form For The Practical Education In Clinical Settings  PPT
Sybille Richter (
Germany)

14h20 The Plastinating Process And The Educational Advantages Of Long Term Preservation Of Prosections  PPT
Rolando T. Lazaro (
United States Of America)

14h40 Occupational Stress In Health Professionals - Contributions To Prevention By Educational Programs  PPT
Margarida Santos (
Portugal)

15h00 Using The International Classification Of Functioning, Disability And Health (Icf) Among Physiotherapy Students  PPT
Anabela C. Martins (
Portugal)

 

 ICT - Information Communication Technology II - (ROOM D)

Chair: Augusto Gil Pascoal (Portugal) Co-Chair: Eugen Mischler (Switzerland)

14h00 Student's Perceptions Of "Criticism" And "Critique": The "Yeah But" Of Encouraging Collaborative Reflection In An On-Line Discussion Forum  PPT
Lynn Clouder (United Kingdom)

14h20 Interactive Flash Components To Support Practical Teaching In Electrotherapy   PPT
Gill Robinson (
United Kingdom)

14h40 How To Get A Portfolio Afloat  PPT
J.J. Dronkers (
The Netherlands)

15h00 An Introduction To A Theory Model (' Neues Denkmodell') For The Development Of Physiotherapy As An Independent Profession And First Experience Of Its Integration Into Undergraduate Education  PPT
Cornelia A. Barth (
Germany)

 

15.30

Coffee Break

 

16.00

 

PANEL | ROOM A


Panel – “Linking  Education, Profession and Employment”

Chair: Sigrun Knutsdottir (Iceland)
Contributors:
Isabel Souza Guerra (Portugal); Lesley Dowson (United Kingdom); Anne Lindrup (Denmark); Sandra Mercer Moore (Australia)

CLOSING CEREMONY

17.30

Book of Abstracts | Last Update 1/11/2004

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»» Associated and social events open to all
The social events are open to registered acompanying guest. Please note that the registration to these events must be done using the general Registration Form of the Congress, and need the payment of the specified fees.

»» 2 & 3rd of November

09.00 – 17.30  | ENPHE - Autumn 2004 workshop, Learning and Teaching strategies to acquire competences

»» 3rd of November

09.00 | Half-Day Tour – Lisbon Sightseeing (more information)

              Welcome Reception (Open for those Registered to the Congress - included in the registration fee)

»» 4th of November

Full Day TourÓbidos, Nazaré, Batalha, Fátima (more information)

 20.00 | Gala Dinner with show, at Casino Estoril

»» 5th of November

Half-Day Tour Sintra and Cabo da Roca (more information)

 17.30 – 20.00 | IFSP Symposium

                         Neuromuscular Performance in Clinical Assessment and Sports Rehabilitation

 18.10 – 20.00 | ISEP Symposium

»» 6th of November

09.00 – 18.00 | Students Forum

(Those registered to the Congress, willing to attend this event, must register, but do not need to pay the specific fee)

For more information please check the webpage.

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»» Associated events with restricted access

Please note that these events are restricted to those who are entitled to attend them.

The registration procedures for these events are the responsibility of the organisations involved.

 

ENPHE – European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education

31st of October | Executive Board meeting

1st of November | Coordinator Group meeting

For more information please check the webpage.

NUF - Nordiska Undervisnings Fysioterapeuter

4th of November| 17.30 to 19.00 hours

For more information please check the webpage.

IFSP – International Federation of Sports Physiotherapy

3rd to 5th of November | Executive Board Meetings

5th of November | General Meeting: 13.30 – 16.30 hours

6th of November | SPA (Sports Physiotherapy for All)  Meeting: 09.00 – 17.00 hours

European Region of WCPT

6th of November | Seminar for delegates from Member Organisations

7th –9th of November | Executive Committee Meeting

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