The First Physical Therapy Summit on Global Health: Implications and Recommendations for the 21st century

@article{Dean2011TheFP,
  title={The First Physical Therapy Summit on Global Health: Implications and Recommendations for the 21st century},
  author={E. Dean and S. Al-Obaidi and A. D. de Andrade and R. Gosselink and G. Umerah and Sami Al-Abdelwahab and J. Anthony and A. Bhise and S. Bruno and S. Butcher and M. Ols{\'e}n and D. Frownfelter and E. Gappmaier and S. Gylfad{\'o}ttir and Mehrdad Habibi and S. Hanekom and S. Hasson and Alice Y. M. Jones and T. Lapier and C. Lomi and Liz Mackay and S. Mathur and G. O’Donoghue and K. Playford and S. Ravindra and Kanchan Sangroula and S. Scherer and M. Skinner and and Wai Pong Wong},
  journal={Physiotherapy Theory and Practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={27},
  pages={531 - 547}
}
The First Physical Therapy Summit on Global Health was convened at the 2007 World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress to vision practice in the 21st century and, in turn, entry-level education and research, as informed by epidemiological indicators, and consistent with evidence-based noninvasive interventions, the hallmark of physical therapy. The Summit and its findings were informed by WHO data and validated through national databases of the countries of the five WCPT regions… Expand
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