Invitation – online survey regarding Advanced Physiotherapy Practice in oncology

Are you a physiotherapist practising in the areas of HIV/AIDS, Oncology, Hospice, and/or Palliative Care for two years or more?

We are interested in your views!

You are invited to share your views in an anonymous online survey from a team of researchers based at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, and collaborating with the WCPT Sub-Group for International Physical Therapists for HIV/AIDS, Oncology, Hospice and Palliative Care (IPT-HOPE).

 We are seeking the views of practicing physiotherapists who have worked in Oncology, HIV/AIDS, Hospice and/or Palliative Care for two years or more. You may have varying years of experience, but if you focus your work in one or more of these areas, we wish to hear from you. We wish to use your experience and insights to inform development of advanced practice. The survey aims to find out what you think makes an advanced physiotherapy practitioner in these areas, availability of professional leadership and consultancy, what you do for practice and service development, how your position is funded, the context of your practice, what barriers you experience to the development of your role or to becoming an advanced practice physiotherapist, and if there is a focus within your specialised practice.

 The following link takes you to further information, consent process, and survey.

https://qmu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/a-cross-sectional-survey-of-specialised-physiotherapists-3

This should take between 15 and 20 minutes to complete. It will be open from now until Monday, March 30th, 2020.

Many thanks for your time,

 Alison Kelly from Queen Margaret University, and IPT-HOPE

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