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Emeritus professor Allied Health Sciences, Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, the Netherlands; emeritus professor Manual Therapy, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
"It is impossible for every practitioner to keep up with all relevant (open access) journals. About 1,000 articles are published every month in relevant fields of allied health care. Anatomy & Physiotherapy can help you to select and summarize interesting papers for the five identified key physiotherapy specialisations. Experts describe the practical implications of the results of the study. This initiative is an optimal support for keeping track of your professions."
Institute for Holistic Health Studies, San Francisco State University
"An outstanding service for physiotherapists to easily keep up with valid, and recent scientific insights, with an unique expert translation to its practical implications. It extracts from the scientific articles the nuggets of wisdom that clinicians can use to improve clinical practice "
Clinical Epidemiologist Antoni van Leeuwenhoek Hospital/Netherlands Cancer Institute Associate Professor Functional Recovery from Cancer and its Treatment Amsterdam UAS
"Of course, every health care professional wants to work evidence based. But keeping up to date with new developments can be a daunting task, given the vast numbers of new publications. Also, many clinicians have limited access to academic papers, and they often do not have the time to read papers in depth, appraise their methodological quality, and contemplate the clinical implications. The premium service of Anatomy & Physiotherapy summarizes newly published papers in an easy to read format, with clear cut recommendations based on critical appraisal of the study. This is probably one of the easiest ways for any clinician to keep up to date with the developments in the field."