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The APA podcast delivers high quality physiotherapy knowledge, resources and research.

Latest Episodes

Where would I be without physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists don't just help with recovery. They help people get the most out of life. That's why GPs recommend more patients to physiotherapists than any other health professional. This audio piece forms the radio component of the APA's National Consumer Campaign. The campaign aims to highlight to consumers the breadth of physiotherapy and why it should be chosen ahead of other treatment options. #choosephysio

30 s2017 AUG 3
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Where would I be without physiotherapy?

How to maintain a physically active lifestyle after cruciate ligament reconstruction

In this podcast, the editor of Journal of Physiotherapy, Associate Professor Mark Elkins, joins Stephanie Filbay to discuss her paper in the April issue of the journal, titled “Activity preferences, lifestyle modifications and re-injury fears influence longer-term quality of life in people with knee symptoms following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a qualitative study”. In what follows, the pair discuss how finding a way to maintain a physically active lifestyle seems to have a major influence on quality of life after cruciate ligament reconstruction.

20 MIN2016 OCT 12
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How to maintain a physically active lifestyle after cruciate ligament reconstruction

Are graduates work-ready for private practice?

Whether or not graduates are work-ready for the private sector is often a topic of debate. At the 2016 Business and Leadership conference in Darwin, Cherie Wells, Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF) grant recipient, speaks with Errol Lim, private practice owner, about the barriers and facilitators to new graduate success in the private sphere. This podcast explores key findings of Cherie's PRF funded research on the subject of graduate work readiness. The pair discuss the expectations of private practice owners and the top tips for business owners wanting to better facilitate new graduates transitioning into their practice. Take part in Cherie's research survey: For employers: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_00TF45Ygy9ln1id For new graduates: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_08JB2TRInY78orb For academics: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5v92b7cPwTjXdlz

24 MIN2016 SEP 28
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Are graduates work-ready for private practice?

Physiotherapy management of lung cancer

Associate Professor, Mark Elkins, editor of the Journal of Physiotherapy, joins Dr Catherine Granger to discuss her recent paper titled 'Physiotherapy management of lung cancer,' published in Issue 2 of the Journal of Physiotherapy. In what follows, the pair discuss the breadth of evidence-based interventions physiotherapists can offer lung cancer patients, the role of pre-habilitation and the importance of exercise both pre and post surgery.

18 MIN2016 JUL 12
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Physiotherapy management of lung cancer

Louise Schaper and Mark Merolli discuss the future of digital health

With health now entering a digital age, health professionals, particularly physiotherapists, need to know how to embrace and excel in this new model of healthcare. A component of this year's APA Business and Leadership Conference to be held in Darwin, will address the future models of healthcare in Australia and the key benefits for patients in the e-health model. This podcasts brings together world leader and CEO of the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA), Louise Schaper, talk with physiotherapist and Participatory Health Informatics Lecturer and Researcher, Mark Merolli, to discuss digital healthcare and how physiotherapists can ensure they have a voice in shaping the changing healthcare model.

37 MIN2016 JUL 1
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Louise Schaper and Mark Merolli discuss the future of digital health

Exercise rehabilitation for cancer survivors with A/Prof Mark Elkins and Amy Dennett

It is well known that, for those people with cancer, exercise has beneficial effects on strength, cardiovascular function, fatigue and quality of life. However, the ideal mode and intensity of exercise remains unclear. In an effort to help remedy this gap, APA member Amy Dennett’s research investigates whether there is a dose-response effect of exercise on inflammation and fatigue in adult cancer survivors. With the results of her systematic review published in Issue 2 of the Journal of Physiotherapy for 2016, this podcast sees Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal—join Amy to discuss the nature and extent of her findings.

19 MIN2016 MAY 18
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Exercise rehabilitation for cancer survivors with A/Prof Mark Elkins and Amy Dennett

Technology in health with Dr Mark Merolli and Cris Massis

In an effort to provide a blueprint for the physiotherapy private practice of the future, the APA’s InPractice 2025 report underlined the importance of digital technology as a key strategic driver. Now – when one considers the growing number of physiotherapists using social media, the increased connectivity between healthcare professionals, and the marketing opportunities available – it is clear that this growing area encompasses a boundless degree of potential. To elaborate more on how APA members can and should go about creating and building on their digital presence, this podcast sees APA CEO Cris Massis talk with APA member Mark Merolli, who, as a social media researcher, fully comprehends the profession’s connection to the digital sphere.

19 MIN2016 APR 22
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Technology in health with Dr Mark Merolli and Cris Massis

Prof. Julie Bernhardt's AVERT trial- early mobility-based stroke rehabilitation

Australia’s leading stroke rehabilitation trialist, APA member Julie Bernhardt recently completed the largest, international trial of early mobility-based rehabilitation ever conducted—the AVERT trial. Featuring over 2000 patients from five different countries, the trial offered a unique perspective into both the burden of stroke-related disability as well as the rehabilitation interventions considered to encompass best practice. In this podcast, Julie is joined by Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal of Physiotherapy—to discuss the trajectory and significance of her work.

24 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Prof. Julie Bernhardt's AVERT trial- early mobility-based stroke rehabilitation

The benefits of water based exercise for pre and post-natal women

While the benefits of exercise for pregnant women are well publicised, perhaps the advantages of water-based movement are less renowned. According to APA member Amanda Brearley, and her recent observational study published in the Journal of Physiotherapy, the buoyancy properties of water herald unique benefits for pre- and post-natal women. In what follows, Amanda is joined by Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal—as the pair elaborate on how the former’s research is helping inform current best practice guidelines.

14 MIN2016 MAR 30
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The benefits of water based exercise for pre and post-natal women

The latest research into weight-training and lymphodema

Each year, the Journal of Physiotherapy’s International Advisory Board singles out a paper published in the last calendar year that best encompasses the intersection between scientific merit and clinical development. With 2014’s Paper of the Year award resulting in a tied vote, this podcast sees Associate Professor Mark Elkins—the Journal’s editor—catch up with Dr Vincent Paramanandam—the lead researcher of one of the year’s winning papers—to discuss the latest research into weight-training and lymphoedema.

13 MIN2016 MAR 15
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The latest research into weight-training and lymphodema

Latest Episodes

Where would I be without physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists don't just help with recovery. They help people get the most out of life. That's why GPs recommend more patients to physiotherapists than any other health professional. This audio piece forms the radio component of the APA's National Consumer Campaign. The campaign aims to highlight to consumers the breadth of physiotherapy and why it should be chosen ahead of other treatment options. #choosephysio

30 s2017 AUG 3
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Where would I be without physiotherapy?

How to maintain a physically active lifestyle after cruciate ligament reconstruction

In this podcast, the editor of Journal of Physiotherapy, Associate Professor Mark Elkins, joins Stephanie Filbay to discuss her paper in the April issue of the journal, titled “Activity preferences, lifestyle modifications and re-injury fears influence longer-term quality of life in people with knee symptoms following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: a qualitative study”. In what follows, the pair discuss how finding a way to maintain a physically active lifestyle seems to have a major influence on quality of life after cruciate ligament reconstruction.

20 MIN2016 OCT 12
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How to maintain a physically active lifestyle after cruciate ligament reconstruction

Are graduates work-ready for private practice?

Whether or not graduates are work-ready for the private sector is often a topic of debate. At the 2016 Business and Leadership conference in Darwin, Cherie Wells, Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF) grant recipient, speaks with Errol Lim, private practice owner, about the barriers and facilitators to new graduate success in the private sphere. This podcast explores key findings of Cherie's PRF funded research on the subject of graduate work readiness. The pair discuss the expectations of private practice owners and the top tips for business owners wanting to better facilitate new graduates transitioning into their practice. Take part in Cherie's research survey: For employers: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_00TF45Ygy9ln1id For new graduates: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_08JB2TRInY78orb For academics: http://canberrahealth.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5v92b7cPwTjXdlz

24 MIN2016 SEP 28
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Are graduates work-ready for private practice?

Physiotherapy management of lung cancer

Associate Professor, Mark Elkins, editor of the Journal of Physiotherapy, joins Dr Catherine Granger to discuss her recent paper titled 'Physiotherapy management of lung cancer,' published in Issue 2 of the Journal of Physiotherapy. In what follows, the pair discuss the breadth of evidence-based interventions physiotherapists can offer lung cancer patients, the role of pre-habilitation and the importance of exercise both pre and post surgery.

18 MIN2016 JUL 12
Comments
Physiotherapy management of lung cancer

Louise Schaper and Mark Merolli discuss the future of digital health

With health now entering a digital age, health professionals, particularly physiotherapists, need to know how to embrace and excel in this new model of healthcare. A component of this year's APA Business and Leadership Conference to be held in Darwin, will address the future models of healthcare in Australia and the key benefits for patients in the e-health model. This podcasts brings together world leader and CEO of the Health Informatics Society of Australia (HISA), Louise Schaper, talk with physiotherapist and Participatory Health Informatics Lecturer and Researcher, Mark Merolli, to discuss digital healthcare and how physiotherapists can ensure they have a voice in shaping the changing healthcare model.

37 MIN2016 JUL 1
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Louise Schaper and Mark Merolli discuss the future of digital health

Exercise rehabilitation for cancer survivors with A/Prof Mark Elkins and Amy Dennett

It is well known that, for those people with cancer, exercise has beneficial effects on strength, cardiovascular function, fatigue and quality of life. However, the ideal mode and intensity of exercise remains unclear. In an effort to help remedy this gap, APA member Amy Dennett’s research investigates whether there is a dose-response effect of exercise on inflammation and fatigue in adult cancer survivors. With the results of her systematic review published in Issue 2 of the Journal of Physiotherapy for 2016, this podcast sees Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal—join Amy to discuss the nature and extent of her findings.

19 MIN2016 MAY 18
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Exercise rehabilitation for cancer survivors with A/Prof Mark Elkins and Amy Dennett

Technology in health with Dr Mark Merolli and Cris Massis

In an effort to provide a blueprint for the physiotherapy private practice of the future, the APA’s InPractice 2025 report underlined the importance of digital technology as a key strategic driver. Now – when one considers the growing number of physiotherapists using social media, the increased connectivity between healthcare professionals, and the marketing opportunities available – it is clear that this growing area encompasses a boundless degree of potential. To elaborate more on how APA members can and should go about creating and building on their digital presence, this podcast sees APA CEO Cris Massis talk with APA member Mark Merolli, who, as a social media researcher, fully comprehends the profession’s connection to the digital sphere.

19 MIN2016 APR 22
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Technology in health with Dr Mark Merolli and Cris Massis

Prof. Julie Bernhardt's AVERT trial- early mobility-based stroke rehabilitation

Australia’s leading stroke rehabilitation trialist, APA member Julie Bernhardt recently completed the largest, international trial of early mobility-based rehabilitation ever conducted—the AVERT trial. Featuring over 2000 patients from five different countries, the trial offered a unique perspective into both the burden of stroke-related disability as well as the rehabilitation interventions considered to encompass best practice. In this podcast, Julie is joined by Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal of Physiotherapy—to discuss the trajectory and significance of her work.

24 MIN2016 MAR 30
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Prof. Julie Bernhardt's AVERT trial- early mobility-based stroke rehabilitation

The benefits of water based exercise for pre and post-natal women

While the benefits of exercise for pregnant women are well publicised, perhaps the advantages of water-based movement are less renowned. According to APA member Amanda Brearley, and her recent observational study published in the Journal of Physiotherapy, the buoyancy properties of water herald unique benefits for pre- and post-natal women. In what follows, Amanda is joined by Associate Professor Mark Elkins—Editor of the Journal—as the pair elaborate on how the former’s research is helping inform current best practice guidelines.

14 MIN2016 MAR 30
Comments
The benefits of water based exercise for pre and post-natal women

The latest research into weight-training and lymphodema

Each year, the Journal of Physiotherapy’s International Advisory Board singles out a paper published in the last calendar year that best encompasses the intersection between scientific merit and clinical development. With 2014’s Paper of the Year award resulting in a tied vote, this podcast sees Associate Professor Mark Elkins—the Journal’s editor—catch up with Dr Vincent Paramanandam—the lead researcher of one of the year’s winning papers—to discuss the latest research into weight-training and lymphoedema.

13 MIN2016 MAR 15
Comments
The latest research into weight-training and lymphodema