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Moodle Task 4: Interesting Therapy related academic paper

Moodle task 4 was to find a therapy related academic paper which I found particularly interesting, and share it on my blog. I chose this paper about  how physiotherapy can increase the survival time in dogs with degenerative myelopathy because I think it demonstrates the benefits that physiotherapy can have on animals nicely and includes lots of useful … Continue reading Moodle Task 4: Interesting Therapy related academic paper

Moodle Task 3: How will reflection help me become a good therapist?

Reflection in the context of learning is a general term used for those intellectual and affective activities in which individuals engage to explore their experiences leading to new understandings and appreciation (Boud, et al., 1985). To help me write each of my reflections I have followed the Gibbs Reflective Cycle. This has allowed me to … Continue reading Moodle Task 3: How will reflection help me become a good therapist?

Reflection on my Functional Anatomy Workbook

After finding the Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology module so fascinating, I was eager to start the Functional Anatomy module. I found this module to be one of the more relevant and interesting modules taught in the first year of this degree because it was all about the musculoskeletal system and the ways in which it … Continue reading Reflection on my Functional Anatomy Workbook