User Tutorials

Below are a series of tutorial pages providing simple guides to the most common activities of Physiopedia readers and authors.  Please note that these tutorials are in development, if you have a question that is not answered here please add it to the Help FAQs page, alternatively you can email us.

For Editors



For Educators

To find out more about setting up your project on Physiopedia visit the Step by Step Educators Guide. It includes guidance on:

  • Creating a Physiopedia account
  • Setting up your project page
  • Guidance on the editing process
  • Registering your students
  • Monitoring your student's contributions
  • Assessing your student's contributions

For Students

Creating and reviewing pages can be quite a daunting task you can visit the Step by Step Students Guide to help guide you through the process. It covers a range of topics including:

  • Creating a Physiopedia Account
  • How to find your Project Page
  • Setting up your Profile Page
  • How to edit and create pages

For Experts

As an Expert, there are several ways you can contribute to Physiopedia. You can contribute by reviewing and updating pages as part of a Content Development Project, the One Page Project or by invitation to our Knowledge Translation Programme following a proven track record of publishing quality evidence-based pages/articles in Physiopedia.  You can read more about contributing as an expert following the links below: