Articles Of The Week February 28, 2021
The Massage Collective is doing a great job spreading the word about evidence based practice and I was honoured to be on their podcast this week. We chat about many things evidence based with some extra attention on Graded Exposure.
Graded Exposure – The Massage Collective Podcast
As we know doing a really good assessment for your patients when they come in can play a huge role in building resiliency and a good therapeutic relationship. Check out Taylor Laviolette’s take on this.
Assessment – Taylor Laviolette & Conor Collins
We preach about self-efficacy a lot around here. While getting to the point of a person being able to self-manage their pain is important, they will also need some support along the way. This provides some great direction on how we as healthcare professionals can play a part in that support.
Supported Self-Management—From a Lived Experience Perspective – Keith Meldrum
A great chat from a couple of great practitioners talking highlighting the huge importance of therapists acquiring teaching skills, the relevance of the language and images we use, and how to embrace the biopsychosocial model.
Pain Education Skills – Matt Phillips & Mike Stewart
If you haven’t heard this podcast yet, it’s regularly full of gold material. This week they look at the clinicians role in the clinical encounter.
The Clinicians Role In The Clinical Encounter – Dr. Oliver Thompson & Dr. Karin Mohn Engebretsen
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