An exploration of the professional identity embedded within UK cardiorespiratory physiotherapy curricula.

@article{Roskell2013AnEO,
  title={An exploration of the professional identity embedded within UK cardiorespiratory physiotherapy curricula.},
  author={Carolyn Roskell},
  journal={Physiotherapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={99 2},
  pages={132-8}
}
OBJECTIVES To explore whether consensus exists about content and professional identity represented within pre-registration cardiorespiratory physiotherapy (CPT) curricula, and to establish whether the curricula feature contemporary themes evident in policy and professional guidance in order to test whether CPT education is demonstrating responsiveness and relevance to practice. DESIGN An exploratory qualitative case study design employing documentary analysis of curricula materials related to… CONTINUE READING

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