Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists
The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) is the national, professional association representing over 3,000 Chartered Physiotherapists in Ireland. The Society is respected and recognised both within and outside the profession, as the voice of physiotherapy in Ireland. Its mission is to promote and advocate for the physiotherapy profession and to support its members in leading and collaborating on the delivery of the highest standards of professional care.
Italian Physiotherapy Association
The Italian Physiotherapy Association (AIFI) is promoting the physiotherapy profession across Italy by conducting scientific research, education and clinical practice. AIFI represents 5.000 physiotherapists who are willing to develop a high level of physiotherapy practice based on scientific research and be a member of Italian physiotherapy community of practice.
Kilkenny County Council
Kilkenny County Council is the local Authority for County Kilkenny, and covers four municipal districts: Kilkenny City, Castlecomer, Piltown and Callan-Thomastown. The Council is one of 31 City & County Councils in Ireland which promote the interests of local communities across the full spectrum from: social, economic, environmental, recreational, cultural, and community development.
ONCE University School of Physiotherapy
The ONCE University School of Physiotherapy is a university training centre founded and supported by the Spanish National Organisation for the Blind and academically dependent on the Autonomous University of Madrid. The University has more than 50 years of history in the teaching of Physiotherapy to people with visual impairment.
Outdoor Against Cancer
Outdoor Against Cancer (OAC) is a non-profit organisation founded in 2016 and actively involved in EU Networks and groups tackling topics of cancer preventing by a healthier lifestyle. They are working to educate society about the outstanding effects of outdoor activities, exercises and sport in natures in the context of prevention, therapy support and aftercare for cancer patients, their families and friends.
The Europe Region of World Physiotherapy
The Europe Region of World Physiotherapy is a non-profit and a non-governmental organisation that represents the physiotherapy profession at European Level. The Organisation has a membership of 37 Physiotherapy Associations, one from each of the European countries, including all the EU Member States, EEA countries and all the EU applicant countries, representing approximately 194.619 physiotherapists in Europe.
University of Bologna
UNIBO is a research university, founded in 1088. It is the oldest university in continuous operation in the world, and is one of the most prestigious Italian universities.
UcanACT initiative involves the Interdepartmental Center for Industrial Research in health sciences and technologies (CIRISDV). CIRI-SDV brings together biomedical and technological knowledge and skills for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, including cancer. CIRI-SDV also manages and offers applied research and technology transfer for health and care services fields.
University of Sevilla
The University of Sevilla is a public university with more than 500 years of history. Through its Physiotherapist department, the University prepares graduated physiotherapists as autonomous professionals and experts in the procedures of the disciplines with a special emphasis in therapeutic exercise.