The CEERRF sets up a hot news every month, it is a focus on its teachers, their expertise or one of their works which are shared here and brought to your attention. This month : Clément DE RENTY
A student from Ghent University, Belgium, has chosen the CEERRF school of physiotherapy for her Erasmus+ internships in France
CEERRF had the privilege of welcoming Ms. Robyn McArthur, a physiotherapist based in Brisbane, who shared her knowledge and experience with our students during the Australian week.
The French Association of Massage Therapists for Lympho-Vascular Disorders (AKTL) is dedicated to researching and treating issues related to veins and lymphatic vessels, with a particular focus on breast cancer and its consequences.
CEERRF is delighted with its active participation in the ENPHE Conference 2023, which is taking place in Prague under the theme ‘Educating Physiotherapists for a Global Mindset.’ This international conference serves as a hub for exchange and learning, as well as a voice, a forum, and a link for higher education stakeholders in physiotherapy.
The CEERRF sets up a hot news every month, it is a focus on its teachers, their expertise or one of their works which are shared here and brought to your attention. This month : Céleste ROUSSEAU
This year, for the first time, we are thrilled to welcome students from the UVSQ (University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines) LAS2 Rehabilitation and Adaptation program into our technology courses at CEERRF.
At CEERRF, pedagogical innovation lies at the heart of our mission. We are proud to announce two new developments that enrich our physiotherapy training program.
CEERRF’s Erasmus+ program continues to open its doors to passionate international students : Maria and Nanna from University College South Denmark (UC SYD) in Esbjerg
Following the ENPHE Spring Seminar in 2022, a portion of the ENPHE Research Group embarked on a project to conduct a review regarding the effectiveness of EBP learning methods in initial physiotherapy education. This endeavor spanned approximately 18 months and culminated in a publication.