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#PEDroTacklesBarriers to evidence-based physiotherapy: Success stories. Part 1 – individual-clinician perspective
The #PEDroTacklesBarriers to evidence-based physiotherapy campaign shared tips on tackling the four biggest barriers to evidence-based physiotherapy – lack of time, language, lack of access, and lack of statistical skills….
DiTA update (6 March 2023)
DiTA contains 2,403 records. In the 06-03-2023 update you will find: 2,146 reports of primary studies, and 257 reports of systematic reviews. For the latest primary studies and systematic reviews…
PEDro update (6 March 2023)
PEDro contains 58,038 records. In the 6 March 2023 update you will find: 44,218 Reports of randomised controlled trials (43,264 of these trials have confirmed ratings of methodological quality using…
An analysis of the contents of PEDro in the 6 February 2023 update is presented on this page. These data will be updated annually, so the next update is planned…
PEDro Education and training committee
The PEDro Education and training committee contributes to the development and dissemination of PEDro resources for facilitating evidence-based practice. Meet some of the members. Dr Giovanni Ferreira Sydney Musculoskeletal Health,…
Next PEDro and DiTA updates (March 2023)
The next PEDro and DiTA updates are on 6 March 2023.
Support for PEDro comes from the Polish Chamber of Physiotherapy
We thank Polish Chamber of Physiotherapy (Krajowa Izba Fizjoterapeutów) who have just renewed their partnership with PEDro for another year.
#PEDroTacklesBarriers to evidence-based physiotherapy campaign
The #PEDroTacklesBarriers to evidence-based physiotherapy campaign has shared tips on overcoming the barriers of time, language, access to full-text articles and statistical skills. Next month #PEDroTacklesBarriers will share clinician stories…
PEDro’s World-Wide Journal Club on training bicycle riding in ambulant children with cerebral palsy is now available
Welcome to the PEDro World-Wide Journal Club. The purpose of the PEDro World-Wide Journal Club is to encourage the global physiotherapy community to read trials, reviews and guidelines that have…
#PEDroTacklesBarriers to evidence-based physiotherapy campaign is available in 4 languages
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