We were pleased to notice that 3 of our recent graduates received an award at the ceremony held on the evening of December 8th.
Thus, Cameron Nicolas, Charlotte Sampaïo and Chloé Arnoux were rewarded for the quality of their work after a short presentation, full of emotions, which definitively closes their learning cycle. They addressed technical aspects such as “neurodynamics” but also the importance of “management of therapeutic failure” and “perineal disorders”. These themes show the importance of the fields addressed by physiotherapists on a daily basis.
We congratulate these three young graduates for this great success which attests to the seriousness and significant dimension of their productions validated by a reading committee within the URPS IDF. We also take this opportunity to thank the memory tutors for their valuable follow-up to help our students in the development of their dissertations. Mrs. Mathon was present, and Mrs. Streit and Mr. Inchauspé were present in thoughts.
This award of prizes convinces us of the importance of following our students in order to bring them to excellence when they wish. Some of them will be able to continue their Master’s degree by asserting a validation of prior learning and this according to their professional project. The professional practice of these young graduates can become mixed around clinical practice projects but also integration in a research unit towards a doctorate or even teaching at the University or in a training institute.
Congratulations to all!