Episode 28 - Settling into Employment as a New Grad
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27:07This week on The Student Physio Podcast Lewis is joined by his manager Helen McElroy to discuss his first few months of work as a new graduate. The pair discuss the process that led to Lewis' employment, the expectations that they had of one another as well as the policies and strategies put in place to ensure a smooth transition of Lewis into his new role and a phased transition of Helen out of her role.
Episode 27 - Value of CPD: Student & Graduate
55:29This episode all 3 hosts get together to discuss the different ways we feel we gained an advantage through CPD and other ventures as a student and since graduation! CPD comes in many forms! You might not even realise how beneficial an opportunity could be for you. It can help you develop your skillset personally and professionally and open doors that were firmly shut before. Tune in to find out how we maximised our opportunities to keep developing through student to graduate life.
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Episode 26 - A Little Update
29:22This week on the podcast we are providing everyone with a quick update on our job roles, the CPD content we will be providing in the coming months with our sponsors Neoniq Training Solutions, projects with our partners 'Physios in Sports' and the all important name change as we transitions from students to graduates. As ever, thanks for listening and we welcome and suggestions or feedback!
Episode 25 - Unpicking the Shoulder with Matthew Walmsley
55:28This week we are joined by Matt Walmley an advanced MSK physio with a special interest in the shoulder. We dive in to all aspects of the shoulder assessment, from the past medial history all the way to conducting your objective assessment and planning treatment. Matt gives tonnes of advice to help tackle what is commonly considered a very complex joint to assess and treat. Are special tests so special? Listen to find out! We delve into Matts many roles as he gives a real insight into life in the NHS and the many opportunities that can present themselves. If you are starting your MSK placement soon or soon to start your rotation in MSK then this one is definitely for you. Matt shares his experiences on the flip side of this relationship and details how you can prepare for and get the most out of this new experience! Research Articles: Hegedus 2008 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22773322/ Hegedus 2012 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17720798/ Gismervik 2017- https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28122541 Dean 2022 - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35997579/ Sponsor: Neoniq Training Solutions - Neoniq.co.uk
Episode 24 - Expert by Experience Geoff Render; Living with a Stroke
29:24On this episode we are joined by expert by experience Geoff Render to discuss his experiences and challenges of living with a stroke. Geoff offers an insight into the unique challenges that he faces everyday and highlights key points that students should consider when managing patients who have suffered from a stroke. Geoff also discusses how he has used his circumstances to increase awareness and educate students throughout the UK in order to help healthcare students understand and appreciate the complexity of stroke and in doing so improve the therapeutic relationship between therapist and patient.
Episode 23 - Professional Rugby Union Experiences with Chris Jenkins
1:16:06This week we are joined by Chris Jenkins on The Student Physio Podcast. Chris is a well established physiotherapist from the Rugby Union scene having qualified back in 2002. We reflect upon Chris’ early days as a physiotherapist within the NHS and discuss how he progressed into professional sport. Chris offers his tips and advice for students seeking opportunities within pro rugby and highlights some of the mistakes he made along the way. Later in the episode we discuss the ever relevant topic of concussion. Below is a link to an article recommended by Chris on the multifaceted assessment of concussion: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31133539/ We hope you enjoy this episode and as ever welcome your feedback!
Episode 22 - Recounting Research Projects with Meg Brown and Esme Dodwell
42:14This episode has been published and can be heard everywhere your podcast is available. This episode dives into the primary research project. We are joined by Megan Brown and Esme Dodwell, two newly qualified band 5 physiotherapists. Having recently graduated from the MSc programme at Bradford University, we got together to discuss their recent primary research projects. Meg captured student physiotherapists experiences with university throughout the covid-19 pandemic. Esme held a focus group which helped voice the experiences of stroke survivors throughout the pandemic. Meg and Esme share their experiences, as we take a look into the processes involved at each step. Providing helpful tips and tricks to help you navigate the challenges of completing a primary research project. We discuss some of the more difficult steps that students can have difficulties with and offer solutions based of personal experiences. Advice on how to get the most out of this experience and how to push for those higher grades. Tune in to gain some insight into 2 brilliant studies and pick up on the tips and tricks that will help your research stand out from the rest! We hope you enjoy this episodes and as ever we welcome your feedback! https://www.linkedin.com/in/megan-brown-73071124b/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/esme-dodwell-7aa15b217/
Episode 21 - Dissecting Dissertations
1:04:36This week on The Student Physio Podcast we provide an update on what has been happening over the last few months and officially launch our new sponsorship with Neoniq Training Solutions Ltd. The episode itself delves deep into Connor and Brad's dissertation analysing all aspects from background right through to results and limitations. We discuss some the common challenges that students face when completing research and offer solutions based of personal experiences. The guys provide some unique tips that they discovered during this process to make it completing a dissertation that bit easier. We hope you enjoy this episodes and as ever we welcome your feedback!
ACL Series: Episode 1 - ACL Clinical Pathway with Helen McElroy
41:47Welcome to a new series on The Student Physio Podcast about the ACL. A 3 part series delving into one of the most common injuries in our profession. In episode 1 we are joined by Clinical Director of Focus Physiotherapy and Sports Performance Helen McElroy to go through the ACL pathway that she has developed in her clinic. The main areas of discussion included: Developing a pathway that patients can understand The benefits of group classes for ACL The different phases and criteria for progression Testing Enhancing athletic development
Episode 20 - How Physio's Affect Climate Change with Jen McNesfield
59:55Welcome back to The Student Physio Podcast. Hosted by Lewis Cowan and Connor Wright. This week we had the pleasure of being joined by student leader Jen McNesfield from Oxford Brooke's University. Jen represents physio students on the 'one-hundred and fifty leaders, student leadership programme.' In this episode we dissected the 'Physio Declares' project. Opening the episode we explored the concept of climate health and the role physiotherapy plays within that. As we delve deeper into climate change we discuss how physiotherapy is the 'green' profession in striving for sustainability and self-management all before Jen explains to us the purpose of Physio Declares, it's aims and the what we can do better to tackle climate change as individuals, in our organisations and on a wider societal level.