Pilot-testing and field testing sound similar and many recall both to be the same and use them interchangeably. However, there are distinct differences between the two.
Pilot-testing is a qualitative inquiry on one or more small sample(s) representative of the population.
Field testing on the other hand is a quantitative analysis done on […]
It was an excellent opportunity to present at a how to… seminar on “Outcome Measures” at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress 2017. Outcome measures are important for assessment in clinical practice and research. Patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) have now become very common for the assessment of a variety […]
I was lucky to receive a scholarship to attend INPTRA conference in Cape Town on June 30 and July 1, 2017. This is a focused meeting of physiotherapy regulators from all over the world and issues regarding physiotherapy regulation, education, accreditation etc are discussed. Find the summary of the presentation of
Different measures exist to assess intensity of pain which are suited for different individuals based on age, education and culture. Read this previous blog on different measures for assessment of pain intensities. They are translated and adapted to assess pain intensity in Nepalese with pain.
I was among the lucky three in the world to be supported by IFOMPT (International Federation of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists) and Glasgow city with international bursary award to attend IFOMPT 2016 conference in Glasgow this year between 4th – 8th July. I waited for this conference for 4 years after […]
I always wanted to attend the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) combined section meeting (CSM) in the United States. This year, I am less upset about not being able to attend as APTA has put all the handouts of the conference talks in their website.
The result section of an article describes to the reader the outcome and finding of the research in a clear and concise manner. It is the reflection of the “method section”. It explains what the authors found from the research. The function of the result section is to objectively present the text result without interpretation. […]
What is Mulligan’s concept?
A concept of manual therapy where the therapist applies the accessory joint mobilizations with the patient generated physiological movement (MWM). Mostly, it is done in weight bearing position and helps to reduce the pain and symptoms instantly. This is the reason why the patients or those with painful disorders like […]
PEDro is physiotherapy Evidence Based Database. It is created to bring physiotherapy evidences free to use for physiotherapists all round the world. It archives more than 31 thousand interventional studies (clinical trials), summary of evidences (Systematic reviews) and clinical practice guidelines. It is easier as physiotherapists to browse through one database PEDro for […]
What is Evidence Based Physiotherapy Practice (EBP)? Steps in EBP
“Nothing could be more humanistic than using evidence to find the best possible approach to care” (Jules Rothstein, PT, PhD)
Any empirical observation about the apparent relation between events constitutes potential evidence. “The conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence […]
Professional development is a key factor for improvement of self and profession. Physiotherapy is among one of the newest and emerging professions in Nepal (a developing country in South East Asia) that has yet to show its importance in health sector in comparison to other fields in health care system in Nepal.
- Case Discussion
- Clinical Practice Guidelines
- Ethical Dilemma
- Evidence Based Practice and Research
- Evidence Summary
- Invited blogpost
- Nepal and Humanity
- outcome measures
- Pain Management
- Patient's Corner
- Professional Development
- Sports Injuries
- Student's Corner
- Vanancy and Advertisement
- Writing an article