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Critical Reflections on Foundations and Practices



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October 25, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
272 Pages - 21 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Mobilising Knowledge in Physiotherapy: Critical Reflections on Foundations and Practices is a collection of 15 collaboratively written critical essays, by 39 authors, from 15 disciplines, and seven countries. The book challenges some of the most important contemporary assumptions about physiotherapy knowledge, and makes the case for much more critical theory, practice, and education in physiotherapy health and social care. 

The book challenges the kinds of thinking that have traditionally bounded the profession and highlights the ways in which knowledge is now increasingly fluid, complex, and diffuse. The collection engages a range of critical social theories and interdisciplinary perspectives from within and without the profession.  It includes sections focusing on evidence, practice, patient perspectives, embodiment, culture, diversity, digital worlds, and research methods. The book makes an important contribution to how we think about mobilizing knowledge, and it speaks to a diverse audience of academics, practitioners, educators, policy-makers, and students - both within physiotherapy and from a range of related health and social care disciplines.

This book will be a useful reference for scholars interested in conceptions of professional knowledge, and the theory of professional education and practice in physiotherapy and beyond.

Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1- Introduction

David A. Nicholls, Karen Synne Groven, Rani Lill Anjum, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella

Chapter 2- Beyond empathy: How physiotherapists and photographers learn to look

David A. Nicholls, Jon Nicholls

Chapter 3- Bodily ways of knowing: How students learn about and through bodies during physiotherapy education

Anne Gudrun Langaas, Anne-Lise Middelthon

Chapter 4- Care in physiotherapy – a ghost story

Birgitte Ahlsen, Alette Ottesen, Clemet Askheim

Chapter 5- Rethinking recovery

Anne Marit Mengshoel, Marte Feiring

Chapter 6- Physiotherapy for children and the construction of the disabled child

Kate Waterworth, David A. Nicholls, Lisette Burrows, Michael Gaffney

Chapter 7- Learning from biology, philosophy and sourdough bread - Challenging the evidence-based practice paradigm for community physiotherapy

Satu Reivonen, Finlay Sim, Cathy Bulley

Chapter 8- Mâmawi-atoskêwin "Working together in partnership" ~ Challenging eurocentric physical therapy practice guided by Indigenous Métis worldview and knowledge

Liris Smith, Sylvia Abonyi, Liz Durocher, TJ Roy, Sarah Oosman

Chapter 9- Feeling good about yourself? An exploration of fitbit "New moms community" as an emergent space for online biosociality

Alma Viviana Silva Guerrero, Wendy Lowe

Chapter 10- Disability as expertise: Mobilizing a critique of school-based physical therapy for integrating disability studies into PT professionalization

Devorah Shubowitz

Chapter 11- A person-centred and collaborative model for understanding chronic pain. Perspectives from a pain patient, a practitioner, and a philosopher

Christine Price, Matthew Low, Rani Lill Anjum

Chapter 12- Finding the right track: Embodied reflecting teams for generous physiotherapy

Patricia Thille, Arthur W. Frank, Tobba T. Sudmann

Chapter 13- Why care about culture? Encountering diversity in a paediatric rehabilitation context: Reflections on epiphanies and transformative processes

Runa Kalleson, Linn Julie Skagestad, Sosan Asgari Mollestad

Chapter 14- Using Deleuze: language, dysphasia and physiotherapy

Michael Gard, Rebekah Dewberry, Jenny Setchell

Chapter 15- How are we doing? Placing human relationships at the centre of physiotherapy

Jean Braithwaite, Tone Dahl-Michelsen, Karen Synne Groven

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Editor(s)

Biography

David A. Nicholls is Professor in the School of Clinical Sciences at AUT University, New Zealand. 

Karen Synne Groven is Associate Professor in the Institute of Physiotherapy, Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway. She is also Professor at the Faculty of Health at VID Specialized University, Norway. . 

Elizabeth Anne Kinsella is Professor in the School of Occupational Therapy and the Health Professions Education Graduate Program, Western University, Canada. 

Rani Lill Anjum is Professor and co-Director of the Centre for Applied Philosophy of Science at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway.