Providing Education for Physiotherapy in Cystic Fibrosis
Cystic Fibrosis Education
CFPhysio.com aims to provide continued professional development for physiotherapists working in Cystic Fibrosis care. This resource is also designed for individuals with CF and their families, carers, and community. The education provided does not replace routine clinical care. This resource may empower individuals with CF to become involved and proactive in their healthcare journey.
Cystic Fibrosis Courses
These free Cystic Fibrosis courses are available to physiotherapists and health care professionals working with individuals with CF.
CFPhysio.com and the course content has been sourced from healthcare professionals working in CF specialised centres in Australia & New Zealand.
Individuals with CF
This information is designed for individuals with CF, their family, partners, carers and the
CFStrong is a website designed and built specifically for adults living with cystic fibrosis (CF) Our challenge is to meet the changing needs of our growing adult CF community. CFStrong will help meet part of that need and complement our growing suite of services and support available for adults with CF. Click here to visit cfstrong.org.au
CFPhysio.com recently teamed up with Beam Feel Good to deliver a four part education series for the CF community, clinicians, caregivers and individuals with CF. These sessions were extremely well attended with the conversations being robust, informative and thought provoking. CF Tasmania supported this collaboration through a Vertex Circle of Care grant.Topics included airway clearance, exercise and inhalation therapy.
If you’re having issues with accessing your course or have a general question, please contact us.
We want to hear from you
Please contact us and tell us what you want to learn more about. Is there a technique we haven’t included in the video demonstrations that you would like to see? Is there a technique or a concept you don’t quite understand and would like to know how to explain it to your patient? This site is designed for you, so we want to know what you want.