PREP Content Development Project
This project aims to develop content related to refuge health. We intend to populate the site with practical, credible and thought-provoking information and knowledge that physiotherapists should have to effectively work with people with refugee experience. Much of this content development has been guided by the Physiotherapy and Refugee Education Project (PREP) and will form part of the content for the PREP online course which will take place from 18 January 2021.
Anyone is welcome to join in this project. You will be joining people from all over the world in contributing evidence based articles to create an evidence based reference on refugee health and for physiotherapists who work with displaced individuals. In return for your efforts you will receive a certificate of completion to help you evidence your learning through your involvement with this project.
Project participants will be listed here
- Aditya Vats
- Anviti Nandgave
- Arthur Desachy
- Ayman Baroudi
- Claire O'Reilly
- Donald John Auson
- Giuseppe Daverio
- Haroon Symonds
- Jordan Awale
- Kehinde Fatola
- Marleen Moll
- Ochia Lilian Chidera
- Oyemi Sillo
- Pasala Maneewong
- Redisha Jakibanjar
- Shaimaa Eldib
- Thalia Zamora Gomez
- Vidaya Charya
- Zafer Altunbezel
- Ilona Fricker
- Laura Gueron
- Kamal Khalifa
- Walaa Awwad
- Jepkemoi Kibet
- Gladwell Lugusa
Humanity & Inclusion (HI)
- Graziella Lippolis
- Eric Weerts
- Patrick Lefolcalvez
- Aicha Benyaich
- Hala Al Sultan
- Haya Rawi
March 2020 - July 2020
As a participant in this project you will contribute to the creation (or update an existing) page within Physiopedia. You may choose to take part in this project as a personal contribution to your own professional development and/or you may wish to contribute evidence based information to develop this resource for our profession. Your contribution will be reviewed by the Physiopedia team and once complete recognised by the award of a certificate of completion.
If you would like to take part in this project please follow the instructions below.
- Choose an article from the list below that you would like to develop. Be sure that the article doesn't already have a name next to it.
- At this point you should email us to let her know that you would like to join the project and which page you would like to work on. Please feel free also to ask any questions that you have in relation to this project e.g. if you feel a new page needs adding to the list.
- You will receive an email from Naomi to confirm you participation in the project and also to confirm the page that you will develop.
- Once you have received this confirmation you are free to get on with working on your page. You should be complete your work in a word (or similar) document See example. If you are comfortable working in Physiopedia we are very happy for you to work directly in Physiopedia instead of producing a word document.
- Once you have completed your article please email us to let us know.
- Your article will be reviewed by the project team and you will be emailed a response of approval or of amendments to be made.
- Once the article has been finally approved, it will be published and you will receive your certificate of participation to evidence your contribution.
- Word Count - there is no specific word count for pages, some pages can be short (as in this example) and some will need to be longer (as in this example).
- Formatting - please have a browse of the site and previous content development projects to get an idea of how we present the content.
- Required Content - the content of your article must include:
- Evidence (where appropriate and possible)
- References (see referencing guide)
- Images and videos
- A list of open online resources, such as guidelines and protocols, that we can link to
If you have any questions please do email us.
The authors of all articles that are published will be offered a completion certificate to evidence their contribution for their learning and professional development portfolio.
Understanding the Refugee Experience (Naomi O'Reilly)
Global Refugee Context (Aicha Benyaich)
International Refugee Legislation (Naomi O'Reilly)
Refugee Health (Nimisha Gorasia, Ayman Baroudi and Chidera Lilian)
Salutogenic Approach to Wellness (Thalia Zamora Gomez)
Salutogenic Approach for People with Refugee Experience (Thalia Zamora Gomez)
Child Health Conditions and Migration (Graziella Lippolis - HI)
Effective Communication for People with Refugee Experience (Donald John Auson and Jordan Awale)
Use of an Interpreter and Translator for People with Refugee Experience (Aditya Vats & Jordan Awale)
Physiotherapy Assessment of Pain within a Trauma-Informed Care Model (Redisha Jakibanjar & Zafer Altunbezel & CVT-Jepkemoi Kibet)
Evidence Based Assessment of Pain in Refugees (Zafer Altunbezel)
Evidence-based Management of Pain in Refugees (Zafer Altunbezel)
Physiotherapy for Survivors of Torture (Claire O'Reilly & Ilona Fricker - CVT)
Role of Physiotherapists and Rehabilitation Assistants in Refugee Camps (Laura Gueron and Stanley Malonza - CVT)
Long Term Refugee Camps (Patrick Lefolcalvez - HI and Pasala Maneewong)
Short Term Refugee Camps (Graziella Lippolis - HI)
Cultural Competence in the Refugee Context (Vidaya Charya, Oyemi Sillo, Laura Gueron and Ilona Fricker)
Health Literacy (Oyemi Sillo)
Considerations for Working with Children with Refugee Experience (CVT - Wala’a Awwad and Kamal Khalifa)
Considerations for Working with LGBTQIA+ Refugees (CVT- Laura Gueron and Jeniffer Chepkemoi)
Providing Care for Survivors of Sexual Abuse (Jeniffer Chepkemo - CVT)
Facilitation of Inter-professional Working in Refugee Camp (Pasala Maneewong & Patrick Lefolcalwez - HI)
Culturally Sensitive Palliative Care and Beliefs about Dying (Kehinde Fatola)
Mental Health and Refugees (Shaimaa Eldib)
Self-care For Health Care Professionals Working with Refugees (Giuseppe Daverio and Kamal Khalifa, Wala’a Awwad and Ilona Fricker - CVT)
Global Challenges Relating to the Refugee Experience (Arthur Desachy)