2020-02-28 10:00 Pokhara University, Dhungepatan, Pokhara-30, Kaski
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) program of the School organized an academia-industry dialogue on Evidence-Based Practice and Clinical Practice in Physiotherapy on February 27-28, 2020 in support of the University Grants Commission, Nepal.
The dialogue was inaugurated by Dr. Damaru Prasad Paneru, Director of School of Health and Allied Sciences and the dignitaries participated in the dialogue included Ranjeeta S Acharya (Associate Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, Kathmandu University), Govinda Mani Nepal (Lecturer, Department of Physiotherapy, Kathmandu University), Ramesh Gyawali (Lecturer, BPT Program, School of Health and Allied Sciences), and Deepak Joshi (Lecturer, BPT Program, School of Health and Allied Sciences). The 4 experts were joined by 38 students and interested faculty members of the school of all streams, who participated sportingly and interacted actively to benefit themselves and also broadened the horizon of experts’ experience. The program explored a lot of issues pertaining to the evidence-based practice and clinical reasoning in physiotherapy, especially the current status, perceived barriers, opportunities and strategies of the same in the Nepalese context.