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Prijavite zloupotrebu fizioterapeutske djelatnosti
Our team is glad to be in #Madrid 🇪🇸 for the first meeting (in person) of the @InabledCities project.
💬A pleasure to discuss with our colleagues and partners to promote #physicalactivity in urban areas for people with disabilities and senior
This week we will present the European 𝗛ealth 𝗘mergency preparedness and 𝗥esponse 𝗔uthority
#HERA will detect and rapidly respond to health emergencies by developing, producing & distributing medicines, vaccines and other medical countermeasures
For #WorldPTDay @WorldPhysio1951 have provided info sheets #GlobalPT
👉 Fatigue & Post Exertional Symptom Exacerbation #PESE #PEM #LongCOVID #CovidLong #apresJ20 #COVIDLongue #LangzeitCovid #pitkäcovid #covidpersistente #MitCoronaLeben #koronaoire #longhaulers #långtidscovid
Our congress programme committee have started planning for #WorldPhysio2023 in Tokyo, Japan.
Find out more about the committee members: https://world.physio/news/world-physiotherapy-announces-congress-programme-committee-2023 #GlobalPT
As the global body for national physiotherapy associations, our member organisations are at the heart of what we do.
Find out more about our member organisations: https://world.physio/our-members
At the @WHO_Europe Committee #RC71CPH, @WorldPhysio1951 read a statement on COVID-19 lessons learned: getting ready for the next pandemic, calling on European governments to recognise #physios role in the pandemic and ensure #rehab services are maintained https://bit.ly/2XoLxoU