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NZMPA Journal Club 2023

This 60 minute zoom sessions dive into various articles, guidelines and consensus statements to help keep those in clinical practice up to date with current literature. Article links will be provided beforehand for those interested in reading. During the journal club, the topical article(s) will be presented briefly before a group discussion around key points. Discussion will be mediated by the NZMPA Executive Committee members who are organising that particular night.

We are encouraging members, or interested individuals, of all skill levels and experience to join and participate. Whether you come to learn, facilitate or broaden discussion, we hope that you will both benefit your own clinical practice and the overall Journal Club goal of encouraging high standards of clinical practice in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

Dates:

Monday 20 February – 7:30pm – Register here

Monday 20 March – 7:30pm

Monday 17 April – 7:30pm

Monday 22 May – 7:30pm

Monday 19 June – 7:30pm

Monday 17 July – 7:30pm

Monday 21 August – 7:30pm

Monday 18 September – 7:30pm

Monday 16 October – 7:30pm

Monday 13 November – 7:30pm

Monday 11 December – 7:30pm


NZMPA Journal Club 2022

Journal Club #1 – Axioms for Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy practice and Patellofemoral Pain Consensus statement

Journal Club #2 – Diagnosing and Physiotherapy management of Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome

Journal Club #3 – Screening for Serious Spinal Pathologies

Journal Club #4 – The Management of Cervicogenic Headaches

Journal Club #5 – Shoulder muscle EMG

Journal Club #6 – Lumbar spine MRI, Friend or Foe?

Journal Club #7 – Bridging the research to practice gap: Could a CAT be the answer?

Journal Club #8 – M&M’s: Not the Confectionary! Mediators and Moderators: Identifying prognostic factors associated with clinical outcomes

Journal Club #9 – Donkeys, Horses, Zebras and those Unicorns. Cervical Spine Screening – the story so far

Journal Club #10 – Motor Learning, Cognition, Performance and Pain

Click on the link to access the recording, supporting documents, slides and attendance certificate. 

NB: To access the link you will need to be a member of NZMPA and logged into your PNZ account.

Any queries or trouble accessing links please contact us on admin@nzmpa.org.nz