Operationer – Trick or treatment?

Igår besökte vi Uppsala för att hålla föreläsningen Operationer – trick or treatment? i samband med att Fysioterapeutstudenterna anordnade sin årliga get together. Föreläsningen var i mångt och mycket en vidareutveckling på de tankar vi lyfte fram i Avsnitt 90, och med utgångspunkt i en artikel av Jill Cook presenterade vi en modell för hur några av våra behandlingsmetoder kan tänkas fungera när det har visat sig att de inte riktigt fungerar så som vi hade tänkt oss från början. Referenserna från föreläsningen hittar ni listade här under.

Föreläsningen kommer inte att publiceras som ett avsnitt, så om ni missade den och är intresserade av att se och höra oss prata om det vi kallar för operationer (vilket vi oblygt må säga att ni borde vara) så får ni helt enkelt skicka ett mail till kontakt@fysiopodden.se och yttra en förfrågan. Vi ser fram emot att höra från er.

Tack Uppsala och tack alla ni som var där!

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