Chewing It Over - A New Physio UG Syllabus! with Roger Kerry
The Physio Matters Podcast
#254 - A New Physio UG Syllabus! - Chewing It Over - 09/06/22 Today Roger Kerry is here so we’re Chewing Over the draft he recently shared of the University Of Nottingham’s Undergraduate Physio Syllabus. As is his style, Roger would love a public conversation on the matter so welcomes your views on what is missing, what is needlessly present and what you think should be prioritised in contemporary Physio education. Your lunchtime show 12:30-13:00 on Mondays and Fridays with Jack Chew chatting about whatever is topical. Usually healthcare and education, occasionally current affairs, always honest.
The Clinical Reasoning Series - Do clinicians think like scientists? With Dr Roger Kerry
The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.Thanks to all of you that support the podcast via Patreon, it means so much and really helps the podcast grow. If you’d like to support the podcast for as little as a pound or a couple of dollars per episode (here).I’m taking a break from the Outsider episodes to explore the area of clinical reasoning, and to kick off the series I’m speaking with Dr Roger Kerry, whom I chatted with on the podcast last year in episode 35 where we discussed causation in relation to evidence based practice (EBP) as part of the CauseHealth Series.Roger is an Associate Professor in the Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham. He specialises on risks and adverse events of manual therapy, neck pain and headache as well as clinical reasoning (see his research here). He holds a PhD in Philosophy with the doctoral dissertation Causation and Evidence-Based Medicine (see here). So on this episode we talk about: How EBP offers a backdrop to our clinical reasoning. The framework is now omnipresent across healthcare and Roger talks about how it should or could shape clinicians’ thinking, reasoning and interaction with patients. Some of the main developments, issues and questions resolved and those un-resolved around EBP. What it means to clinically reasoning within a EBP. How EBP makes us sensitive to the different sorts (and weighting) of knowledge and evidence and we discuss the implication of this with our clinical reasoning and the potential conflicts. Whether clinicians think like scientists and whether clinical reasoning is sciency? The similarities and differences between the scientific method and diagnostic reasoning such as data collection, hypotheses formulation, testing and inductive and deductive reasoning. It’s always an absolute pleasure speaking with Roger; his laid-back style defies the intense consideration he has given to the deep philosophical problems of EBP which while as clinicians we may never fully appreciate (nor necessarily are required to) they help keep us on our toes and be aware and alive to how complex clinical practice is which should motivate us to ensure that our thinking and reasoning remains sharp and purposeful.Find Roger on Twitter @RogerKerry1Support the show and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical Communication ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Episode 030 Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD) with Roger Kerry
In this episode of the podcast I get to speak with Roger Kerry, physiotherapist, researcher & educator. Roger Kerry has lectured internationally extensively on the topic of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction (CAD) to help bring to light an area of physiotherapy that we may not be addressing as much as necessary. We discuss signs & symptoms to look out for in patients when you suspect CAD may be an issue, what your next steps are as a physio as well as what are the predisposing factors to help in your clinical reasoning!
CauseHealth Collaboration - Interview 1 - Challenges with applying evidence in healthcare with Dr Rani Lill Anjum, Prof Roger Kerry and Christine Price
The Podiatry Systems Podcast
Welcome to the first episode of our collaboration with CauseHealth, where we discuss the challenges with applying evidence based medicine. We go through all the issues such as why evidence doesn't often match what we see in clinical practice, why guidelines seem to fail our patients and set the scene for how we can solve these problems.
The CauseHealth Series Chapter 13: Causal Dispositionalism and Evidence Based Healthcare with Dr Roger Kerry
The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson
Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.In this episode of the CauseHealth Series, I’m speaking with Dr Roger Kerry about his Chapter 13 that he wrote for the CauseHealth book titled ‘Causal Dispositionalism and Evidence Based Healthcare’ (read Roger's Chapter here).Roger is an Associate Professor in the Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham. He specialises on risks and adverse events of manual therapy, neck pain and headache as well as clinical reasoning (see his research here). He holds a PhD in Philosophy with the doctoral dissertation Causation and Evidence-Based Medicine (see here). On this episode we talk about: His background as a physiotherapist, educator and researcher and how causation has featured in these areas of his work. The development of CauseHealth of which he was a founding member of the network. Roger’s Philosophy PhD which looked at causation in relation to EBM and how this related the CauseHealth project. The inferential gap or problem of induction The nature of clinical reasoning and clinical expertise. What is the ‘best available evidence’ in relation to causal dispositionalism. Whether there is objective ‘Truth’ in healthcare. What we ‘do’ with RCTs, and what does dispositionalim do with/say about RCTs and how the theory may change or support our clinical and research methods. So this was an absolutely wonderful discussion with Roger, I’d been wanting to have him on the Podcast for ages- and it was well worth the wait. You'll hear him say at the end of our chat that it was like going three rounds with Mike Tyson…but the feeling was completely mutual given the ground that we both covered in the conversation. This is a real treat.If you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical Communication ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Roger Kerry. Man of music, man of enquiry. Officially he is Associate Professor in the Division of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Nottingham. But as ever, there is so much more to learn about the person.Roger talks about writing music (this is a music podcast...), telling stories, being curious, 90's libraries (you know, microfiche, hunting for journals by hand...), the flexibility and adaptability of current physio students, philosophy, running and more.Loved listening to him! When we are allowed out, perhaps we will record one on the hills of the Peak District. Roger on Twitter, read his recent articles here, check out his music here, Lawrence County, and read the Cause Health book: Rethinking Causality, Complexity and Evidence for the Unique Patient, which you can download for free.
Cor-Kinetic Podcast Ep 4 - Roger Kerry talking evidence based medicine
In this episode Ben & Rog get into evidence based medicine.They talk about the application of population data to the person in front of you in clinic.How we should understand more about the fundamentals of science and statisticsWhat we should focus on in the future of evidence based medicine
Emergency Session 5 - QuaranTrain with Roger Kerry, Joost Van Wijchen, Meike Geurtsen and Nokuthula Zulu
The Physio Matters Podcast
Covid-19 has changed the world in the short term, maybe the forever and many of us are isolated like never before. Out of the gloom comes rays of light that make this situation so much better. Some of these rays of light may just change therapy for the better, engagement for the better and turn what seems like a negative into a positive using ingenuity and team work. We bring you one of the brightest lights. Joost, Roger, Meike and Nokuthula talk us through the Quarantrain project which is bringing people and therapists together across the globe. A true inspiration in finding new ways to engage people and to share ideas. Unbelievable work is being done. Check the website here Quarantrain.org Follow @physionokuthula @jowi1 @RogerKerry1 @guertsonmeike and @QuaranTraining on twitter and if you can. GET INVOLVED.
Dr. Roger Kerry, Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, comes on the show to discuss how Physiotherapy programs and curriculum are structured internationally, what are some of the major differences you are noticing between American DPT programs and international DPT programs, what international DPT programs should adopt from the US programs, the licensing process after completing an international DPT program, differences in students who graduate from a U.S. DPT program or an international DPT program in relation to treatment styles or philosophies, how is doing research within academia in the U.K different compared to how it is in the U.S, and much more! Biography: Qualified as a Physiotherapist at Pinderfields School of Physiotherapy, Leeds University (1996). Gained MSc in Manipulative Physiotherapy at Coventry University(2001), also gaining membership of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Worked as Clinical Specialist and Extended Scope Practitioner in Orthopaedics before starting as a lecturer at Nottingham. Current post is Associate Professor in the Division of Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Nottingham. Became Honorary Fellow of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 2011. PhD thesis: Causation and Evidence-Based Medicine (supervisor: Professor Stephen Mumford) Member of International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapist working group for International Framework for Examination of the Cervical Region for potential of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction prior to Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Intervention 2007-2017. Roger's Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/RogerKerry1 Roger's Biography through the University of Nottingham Website (with links to a publications): https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/healthsciences/people/roger.kerry Roger's Website: https://rogerkerry.wordpress.com/ Roger's ResearchGate Profile: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Roger_Kerry
11: Understanding Pain at a Deeper Level with Roger Kerry
Welcome back to Pain Reframed! This week, Roger Kerry joins us! Roger is an Associate Professor at The University of Nottingham, a Physiotherapist, and Philosopher of Science-in-training. Roger is also a musician, part of an Americana band, and he shares some fun tidbits about that! Roger will be discussing how we think and how we look at the whole aspect of treating pain, not only from a philosophical point of view, but also in how we NEED to treat our patients and understand where they are at from a fundamental level. LINKS: @RogerKerry1 @skiffleshow http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/healthsciences/index.aspx http://www.skiffleshow.com/ http://ispinstitute.com http://evidenceinmotion.com @eimteam