Short courses for 2024
Explore our modules, tailored to meet the educational needs of those working in today's health service.
This module equips participants with the techniques and principles to effectively lead and deliver a service of excellence.
An advanced course in the core concepts of contemporary research methods, including study design, outcome measurement, statistical methods and research ethics.
This module focuses on the development of knowledge, advanced reasoning and practical skills around the use of joint and soft tissue injections in upper- and lower-limb musculoskeletal conditions.
Clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice tackling the theory, evaluation and therapeutic practice of stroke rehabilitation in the context of recent scientific advances.
This module has been designed to help healthcare professionals to manage health conditions and play a key role in protecting and promoting health.
This module aims to develop the knowledge and skills of the healthcare practitioner to become an effective user of research findings and to synthesise this knowledge for application to their practice.
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Teaching and education
RCSI physiotherapy graduates possess a sound scientific knowledge base, an understanding of the value of research and analysis, are responsive to the needs of clients and carers in order to enact people-centred care and are adaptable to the dynamic diversity of healthcare environments in which they practice.Read more
Why study at the School of Physiotherapy?
Our advanced physiotherapy programmes are taught by eminent clinicians and researchers from across the globe
Our faculty are actively collaborating with a worldwide network of ‘centres of excellence’
Our students are provided with cutting-edge knowledge and clinical skills, as well as deep health systems insights
We have been awarded significant research grants to undertake high-impact clinical, patient-centred research projects
Staff in the School of Physiotherapy are actively engaged in high-quality collaborative patient-centred research which focuses on health and well-being across diverse groups and settings, across the lifespan.Read more
Our highly-skilled academic and research staff are dedicated to ensuring you are educated to the highest standard and supported throughout your RCSI journey for the benefit of people of all ages who are affected by injury, illness or disability.Meet our people
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