OVERVIEW OF THE ONLINE WORKSHOP
This online workshop is a must for any physiotherapist involved in the treatment of physical injury, offering a comprehensive overview of pertinent psychological and social factors that impact on the injury rehabilitation process.
As a self-paced learning module it will take an estimated 2hrs 30min to complete and includes nine (9) short instructional videos, additional reading material and related quizzes.
Access the online workshop via this link to review the content and watch the introductory video without any obligation to sign in.
PARTICIPANT EVALUATIONS from Physiotherapists across the US, UK, Australia, Canada & New Zealand who have completed this online workshop:
- "I liked that information was broken down into small videos focused on a single concept. Much easier to take on board the information. Also the use of articles to support the concepts was effective."
- "Excellent Presentation"
- "Good course that most physio's should consider when working an MSK setting."
- "Easy to access and each module was under 30 mins so i could complete a module in a lunch break".
- "Flexibility to be able to complete it whenever i could fit it in round my normal day to day routine."
- "Easy to follow, evidence based."
- "Online capacity allowed me to do this at a time that was useful to me and take as much time as I needed"
- "Quiz at the end of each section was helpful for summarising the topic covered."
- "A nice introductory course. I'm keen to explore other materials from this source."
- "Great value for money. Thanks Clive."
AVERAGE PARTICIPANT RATING for Each Learning Objective (out of 5)
- 4.72 - Establish an introductory understanding of the psychosocial framework of injury rehabilitation
- 4.39 - Identify common similarities and differences in the emotional state of injured patients
- 4.72 - Recognise the important role of psychosocial assessment and treatment as a multidisciplinary team approach to injury rehabilitation
- 4.78 - Successfully identify different types of psychological reaction to injury
- 4.78 - Recognise the various types of loss that may be experienced by the patient as a consequence of their injury
- 4.83 - Identify common signs of poor adjustment to injury
- 4.67 - Recognise fundamental psychosocial strategies for coping with injury
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Dr Clive Jones maintains an integrated focus on the clinical, counselling and high performance sport areas of psychology with a commitment to writing, teaching, presenting, researching, government advocacy and practicing in these areas.
As an academic, practitioner and teacher of psychology, Clive is committed to learning innovation and excellence. He has extensive experience as a university lecturer and continues to run a busy private practice in elite high performance sport psychology and mental health assessment diagnosis and treatment. He is an accredited provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Mental Health with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the General Practice Mental Health Standards Collaboration (GPMHSC). He is also Asst. Professor of Sport & Exercise Psychology at Bond University Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine, and member of the International Society of Sport Psychologists, International Association of Applied Psychology, Australian Psychological Society's (APS) College of Sport & Exercise Psychologists, APS College of Counselling Psychologists and Sports Medicine Australia.
ABOUT CMJ ACADEMY OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
Phone: +61 7 55919561
Address: Level 15, Corporate Centre One, 2 Corporate Court, Bundall, 4217. Gold Coast, Qld. Australia