How to quickly assess if a CE-course is Up-To-Date

Sadly, more than half of Continuing Education (CE) in the Musculoskeletal field courses are not supported by research, and they often misrepresent the current state of evidence (Peterson et al.). 

Consequently, signing up for a new CE-course is a coin-flip; you may get what you pay for. However, you may also get served up a […]

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Open-source slide-deck for clinical teachers

Quality educational material takes time to create, and I have likely spent hundreds of hours developing and optimizing the presentation slides and slide decks that I use in my lectures and courses. However, instead of those slides lying dormant and unused, I thought other teachers within the musculoskeletal field could benefit from my work. The […]

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