Physiopedia’s mission is to improve global health through universal access to rehabilitation knowledge. The registered charity educates rehabilitation professionals all over the world, builds community, and advocates for rehabilitation. Physiopedia provides a free evidence-based knowledge resource that is the top rehabilitation website in the world and is used by over 4 million people every month. Physiopedia also delivers online education and professional development opportunities to support the knowledge development of rehabilitation professionals globally, partnering with over 50 rehabilitation organisations and academic institutions in their workforce development activities.
Rachael is Co-Founder and President of Physiopedia. Rachael is a Physiotherapist with over 15 years experience in delivering digital solutions for rehabilitation professionals and organisations. Rachael is the Partner Lead for Physiopedia.
Amanda is a Canadian Physiotherapist, and a PhD student at Ghent University in Belgium. She is also a former Physiotherapy Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces. As Administration Manager she supports administrative tasks across all Physiopedia projects and is the Physiopedia lead for ReLAB-HS GESI projects.
Cheryl is an American Physiotherapist PhD with over 30 years of clinical experience, with 20 of those years also spent in academia. She has extensive involvement in curricular development and delivery in Africa and is responsible for development and management of the ReLAB-HS International Rehabilitation Education and Training Toolkit.
Jacquie is a South African trained Physiotherapist, currently working in private practice in New Zealand. As Media Manager Jacquie oversees the creation of learning content that is made available and accessible through multiple forms of media for the ReLAB-HS project.
Kim is a Physiotherapist from the UK and is the Content Manager for the Physiopedia site. Kim manages the selection and upload of resources for the ReLAB-HS Rehabilitation Resource Repository.
Lucy is a clinical NHS Physiotherapist in the UK with a background in global Healthcare Communications. As Communications Manager Lucy is responsible for Physiopedia knowledge sharing and dissemination related to the ReLAB-HS project.
Martina is a Prosthetist/Orthotist from Australia with extensive international experience in a variety of clinical settings, including technical and managerial support in low and middle income countries. As Communities of Practice manager, Martina is responsible for building an online community for ReLAB-HS where rehabilitation professionals from across the globe can meet, connect and exchange information.
Naomi is an Irish physiotherapist working in Paediatric Primary Care and an MSc Student at University College London studying Advanced Paediatrics. As MOOC Manager Naomi is responsible for developing and delivering all ReLAB-HS MOOCs and related content development projects.
Shala is an American Physiotherapist PhD with extensive clinical and academic experience. She has numerous research publications on the topic of healthcare education and has presented her work both nationally and internationally. Shala is the Research Coordinator for the ReLAB-HS project.
Tarina is a physiotherapist from South Africa and currently pursuing her Transitional Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. As Education Director Tarina manages the processes, tutors and the team involved with producing, delivering and accrediting all eLearning for the ReLAB-HS project.
Tony is Co-Founder and Technical Director of Physiopedia. With a PhD in Engineering Tony is a learning technologist, web developer and e-learning consultant. Tony is responsible for IT and MEAL for the ReLAB-HS project.