- Workshop on evidence-based practice April 7, 2018
We translated, cross-culturally adapted Connor Davidson Resilience Scale into Nepali; and assessed measurement properties.We translated, cross-culturally adapted Connor Davidson Resilience Scale into Nepali; and assessed measurement properties.
We translated, cross-culturally adapted Numerical Pain Rating Scale (NPRS) and Global Rating of Change into Nepali, and assessed measurement properties of NPRS.
LinkPhysio is started by Saurab Sharma which is an initiative to improve evidence based practice, share recent knowledge with physiotherapists and physiotherapy students in Nepal and other developing countries. This website will also encourage active participation of physiotherapists and students in writing evidence based articles to share with all. The topics covered in the website will focus especially on topics...Read More
Saurab completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2008. After working for 3 years as a physiotherapy teaching assistant and a physiotherapist at the Kathmandu University School of Medical Sciences and Dhulikhel Hospital respectively, he studied Master of Physiotherapy (Orthopedics, with Manual Therapy as Elective) from at Manipal University, and completed in 2013. See the master’s thesis here. He worked for another additional 3+ years in the same institution as a Lecturer in Physiotherapy and after being promoted to Assistant Professor, he joined PhD at Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand under the supervision of Professor J. Haxby Abbott in February 2017.Read More
Nepal Physiotherapy Association (Reed D, Shakya N, Pokhrel S, Sharma S)Publisher's website