What is within this website?
Powerpoint presentations submitted by members. View the powerpoint presentations of members. These are presentations members have prepared for conferences, student teaching, program development and the like. Members are free to upload their presentations for others to view. All presentations are categorised for searching purposes. There is also a place where members can comment on specific presentations ... see more
Sharing of templates, documents and policies. View the assessment and discharge forms other members use in their clinical settings. You will be able to view things such as templates for discharge summaries, goal planning meetings, team meetings, gait assessments etc. In addition, you will find policies written by different organisations on anything to do with SCIPT management. For example, policies on wheelchair prescription, standing and community exercise programs, electrical stimulation protocols ... see more
For answers to frequently asked questions about the sharing of resources.......see here
Membership to this network
Who can be a member?
Membership is primarily intended for physiotherapists working in SCI or a related area.
How do I become a member?
To become a member you must register via this website (click here). At the time of registering, you must be able to verify that you are a physiotherapist working in SCI or a related area.
Is there a cost?
There is no cost associated with becoming a member. This network is a not-for-profit initiative.
Why join SCIPT?
Membership to SCIPT will give you full access to this website. It will also give you contact with a large number of SCI physiotherapists from around the world.
Sign up and join SCIPT
Click on “join” to sign up to this website and become a member of SCIPT. There is no cost. This will give you access to all our newsletters and more.
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FREE online course for SCIPTs
Join our FREE 5-week online training course for physiotherapists and physiotherapy students interested in SCI. This is being run through ISCoS.
When: Starts 2nd May 2016