Autumn 2014 : Beth Hadfield was teaching here
Autumn 2014 & 2015 : Doctor J was teaching lumbar spine module
Summer 2014 : Alice Inman taught the lumbar module here
December 2015, Aurelija Galvelyte met President of Cambodian PT association Dr. Song Sit, discussed the lack of rehab and physiotherapy services throughout the country, and identified the locations and desired modules for the trials in 2017
August 2016 : Verena Schneeweiss worked here in August with a group of students on the lumbar module and provided considerable feedback (see her points below).
-overall design. In a classroom environment, issues connected to printing them in black ink only (no colour printer being available) meant that red/green pain symbols were rendered invisible.
Resolution: many symbols have been revised accordingly to be readable in black ink only.
-printing economy. Local conditions dictated that, in addition to the lack of colour ink, several slides had to be printed on each sheet.
Resolution: still in progress. Once trials are complete, a version of all modules will include the additional availability of ‘multi-slide’ material, that has four slides to the normal (A4) page, plus poster sized sheets with multiple slides
-other suggestions to help the students to understand and memorise the training process, and to apply the teaching material Verena has successfully introduced students’ ‘replay’ of all the assessment techniques and tests to the class.
August 2014 : Eve and Mike Monteiro ran a paediatric course here in in conjunction with students from a university in Ireland.
They ran a clinic with Disability Project at Nurture Africa and tackled the difficult subject of “Breaking the silence of disability” (with its considerable taboo and stigma). See images from their trip, below.
Spring 2015 : Heather O’Neill was teaching the lumbar module in Dhaka Division, Bangladesh
April 2016 : Eve Monteiro teaches lumbar, shoulder and hip modules at the physio clinic
20 Oct – 30 Oct 2016 : Katy Niccol worked with Jigme on all MSK modules. Jigme now in a position to train others, teaching elbow module (a highly significant step in our work!)