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To create both an educational and social resource for physiotherapy students and students alike. Organising both certified courses and expert tutorials and workshops to further student CPD (continual professional development) such as:

  • Online Clinical Physio Conference with GCU and QMU

  • Vocational Rehab Tutorial

  • Acute and MSK Paediatrics Tutorial

  • Tai Chi Therapy Workshop Online

  • Return to Sport by TPES 

  • Charity Yoga Event

  • Elderly Aging Process Workshop (2nd Semester)

  • The Impact of Living with a Stroke Workshop from OT and PT (2nd Semester)

  • Pitch Side First Aid (2nd Semester)

  • Sport Taping (ProActive 2nd Semester)

  • Sport Message (ProActive 2nd Semester) 

  • Socials to be reviled 

With more to be organised! We also use social events and activities to bring students across years and programmes together. Finally, we aim to fundraise £600 for our nominated charity: Charlie house - big build appeal, This is a project to build a children's hospice in Aberdeen. For more information visit this website http://www.charliehouse.org.uk/big-build-appeal/.

Committee:
President: Willem Ross


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