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Exemple de mots 1. The practical videos especially the African Clubfoot training videos, although some moved a little slowly for me. I very much enjoyed the conversations with the people who work in this field, thus the application and challenges, and especially the feeling of compassion they have for the children, and their passion for the using this method.

Everything about this course opened my eyes to the best treatment option. I enjoyed the review of the anatomy of the foot which was needed to understand the treatment. I loved the parent handouts. I enjoyed the anatomy and physiology review pages. The provided research was interesting. It was really helpful to understand the different stages of the Ponseti treatment based on the Pirani Score. Despite being a physiotherapist myself, I never fully understood the manipulation that was performed at the time my son was treated.

I found the whole course very useful because although I thought I knew enough about clubfoot and Ponseti I learnt a great deal. Education on the physiology of clubfoot as well as the correction through Ponseti casting was excellent. Hearing about the barriers to treatment in developing countries was very eye opening and gave perspective as to the opportunity living in the USA affords patients. Pirani scoring Ponseti method of manipulation,casting and bracing Interviews of orthopedic surgeons, paediatric physiotherapists, parents of child.

Treatments and modifications for different types of clubfoot. It was well structured, organized, clear, with a variety of didactic material, easy to follow our learning steps thanks to the dashboard, quick concrete knowledge available. This MOOC is a valuable requirement prior any practical training. I felt more distant with the latter as a brand new CF management learner and due to the additional challenges that theses situations bring in practice. Time will come when I'll be ready though. First I need to digest all these information given!

I enjoyed the videos which often recapped the reading part of the course. The good visual aspects enabled me to see the different aspects of clubfoot and its treatment. This was especially helpful as I do not work in a clubfoot clinic at the moment. I found the interviews a good source of information and it was good to hear how it related to each country. The entire course was excellent. I learned a great deal. I actually have a current 15 year old patient that I am going to look at much more closely. She has a very abnormal gait pattern, walking on the lateral borders of her feet. I'm now wondering if she has mild bilateral clubfoot that was never diagnosed due to other medical and cultural issues.

I'll let you know the outcome. The best elements was too many; like:chapters to read for more clarifications,videos and good images. The diversity and different opportunities articles, videos, interviews. And that people from all around the world took part. I quite frankly enjoyed every bit of the course. I didn't know much about clubfoot but I can confidently say I am more knowledgeable now.

I enjoyed most the video illustrations provided in every section to explain the topic being discussed like the anatomy and treatment sections. I personally think that this was course designed efficiently by all stakeholders and the topics like video of the anatomy,manipulation,casting and advising FAB ,tenotomy were quite in detail and evidence based through we can rely to apply ponseti method to the children with clubfoot.

Although here in Pakistan at the moment we have two clubfoot clinic in Peshawar,I think that more awareness and access to the Government officials to establish such clinic at least at each district level. For me, it was all of this course, that was the best: I had no idea before about complexity of clubfoot, it's treatment and all.

I found that the information in each "chapter" provided enough understanding to gain a basic understanding of this topic area in relation to our profession. It was a really good refresher to have all the anatomy and to see others experience in this area, although since there are so many participating that I only read those just before my posting! I really enjoyed the videos from people working at clubfoot clinics. I have very limited experience in this field so I felt like I learned a lot about how they approach the subject - form assessment to treatment.

And knowing that the Ponseti method can make such a huge difference in someone's life is amazing! The reading was helpful that it followed up with a video. It was just hard to stay interested in the video. For me the best elements of the course was the discussion on the correction for atypical clubfoot and neglected club as i am not so good or confused on this type of clubfoot in my practice. My best elements of the course on clubfoot is mostly in the assessment of clubfoot section 2 using the pirani scoring method, followed by the ponseti method of treating clubfoot especially the videos aspect.

I really enjoyed the course,thanks to physiopedia. It was focussing on practical management of clubfoot. It was great to be able to do this at my own pace and. In my own time. Distinguishing the different types of clubfoot. Understanding the casting technique. Management process and what it takes to set up a clinic. The part which was the best was -Introduction part -all the topics afterward was so useful to me. In general the whole course too much informative and some repetition of same elements also helpful in the sense again you through which is a kind of recalling what we learned.

I enjoyed the most video presentations by the Africa Clubfoot Training and interviews with experts. The videos and pictorial illustrations gave life to all lectures. It made it easier for one to understand the management of clubfoot. I really enjoyed the management of clubfoot in neglected cases. I used to think only babies can get help. I found the entire course very useful. The refreshing of the anatomy, the pathology, pathogenesis, assessment, treatment, epidemiology and the evidence based practice of clubfoot was very welcome. Best element of the course is smaller aspect like neglected clubfoot.

Management of clubfoot and the different types of clubfoot. Also the role of parents in clubfoot management. What i found most enjoyable was the physiopedia pages. They were very educative, short and precise for even somebody like me who doesn't like lengthy reading. Video about casting and pirani score was useful for me because it clear my concept and by this video i m able to check improvement in clubfeet patient by using pirani score.

Types of clubfoot assessment and grading of clubfoot outcome measure ponseti method as the most effective treatment. The videos and pictures - because they enabled me relate well and have a better understanding of each lessons taught. I think the course outline itself gives an adequate information on things that we need to learn in case not familiar with Clubfoot Management Ponseti Method.

The best elements for me are the case studies, a video conversation with different disciplines-clinicians who are practicing Ponseti Method and discussion or reflections portions because for me as a PT it gives me freedom to exercise what I have learned from each week's topic and what I have understood. I really very glad from this course, I have learnt a lot from this course. Before this course i even didn't know, what is clubfoot and what is their prevention. Thanks a lot Physiopedia and their colleges. The personal experiences of those interviewed. The videos that reinforced the readings.

A few of the journal articles. I enjoyed every part of the course. When I started I knew I had much to do and I am glad it paid of. I am looking forward to putting my learning to work. I have learned the lot from your course ,anatomical knowledge is very important for treatment and videos about the anatomical structure of the foot and ankle made more easy in understanding ponseti method.

For my the best elements of the course was the pages and the videos, because they explain very well the information. Also the pictures in the beginning of the course was very useful for understood and remember the anatomy of the foot. I enjoyed the videos the most cause it's one thing to read about the condition but when you start to see how the treatments are done and the lives that are being affected positively it really does make a difference. The course was very useful. It exceeded any expectations I had. The practical videos were especially useful, rather than reading the outline of the method.

I don't work in direct clubfoot care but my understanding of current care and past care informs my assessments of mature clubfoot presenting in my community. The visuals and videos added the most to my course experience. I enjoyed how clearly the quizzes reviewed the weekly learning points. Videos and discussion comments from clinicians who work in different countries to help understand their challenges and strategies for overcoming these challenges; course was presented in a very clear and logical fashion - easy to follow and understand.

This is a topic that not everyone gets exposed to on a daily basis. Therefore the fact that it started at a very basic, foundation level meant that it was very easy to get up to speed on the topic. Ponseti method, quizzes and discussion sections were best elements of the course. Overall, course was so much informative. Learning about the gold standard in clubfoot treatment. Now it's not just about abducting the ankle and bracing.

I found the video about the management of clubfoot mst useful Besides, the journal article on the comparison between physiotherapist led or physician led management of clubfoot is good for references. The best part were the video, photo and presentations. Overall the course was the best online course that i have followed. Thank you. I appreciated the anatomy review. I learned a lot about the Ponseti method of correction and maintenance, which I was completely unfamiliar with prior.

I liked the layout of the course and the multiple teaching styles. It was easy to navigate and more engaging than traditional courses. Physiopedia pages and images were very thorough and helpful. I enjoyed all the articles involved and how every page had references to refer to. The combination of physiopedia pages and the video presentations. It helped reinforce the acquired knowledge.

The quizzes were quite fun as well. The best part was being able to do it in my own time. There were various different elements which made this course interesting. To start off, the fact that after every piece of information given was followed by a video gave a better image of the various topics. Furthermore, I believe that the information given was very detailed. Apart from so listening to other professionals speaking about clubfoot, helped me to analyse the importance of proper treatment for such patients.

Also, the discussion forum helped me to discuss further any queries that I had, and also it gave participants room to express their feelings about the topic. I thought the best elements were the Physiopedia pages and the African videos. Although I could have managed with something a bit faster and more technical, given the language issues and differing levels globally I thought they were done well. Videos and pictures were very helpful to me, considering I had no experience with clubfoot to draw from in my mind. Being able to see pictures and hear others with experience discuss clubfoot was very beneficial to my learning.

Learning about Ponseti method, watching the videos on casting and learning more about global clubfoot initiative. Actually, this course was very interesting and I have learned much by completing this course. I enjoyed the foot anatomy course with the videos. I also enjoyed the introduction to clubfoot course.

The study videos were very detailed. The video gives the clear picture of the clubfoot and the treatment. The narration in the video is really awesome because anyone can understand easily. The veteran professionals sharing the experience also really inspiring. Resources also very good to understand that provided in this course.

The journals also give detail picture of each steps of this topic. All the elements in this course is very useful especially the videos. The narration in all video is really excellent and outstanding. This whole course is great for understanding about management of children with clubfoot but i liked the videos very much. I enjoyed learning about the various types of clubfoot. I also enjoyed the pictures and videos; they helped me to better understand the concepts better.

All of the resources and links provided. The quizzes to consolidate learning, and content presented. I enjoyed the extra resources ie: the zulu translated pamphlets and parents handouts. I enjoyed the discussion videos with the clubfoot clinics from around the world. The videos and case studies helped me a lot, because I have not seen a lot of clubfoot patients having visual input was good.

I liked the first section that went over the basics of foot and ankle. Sometimes you lose sight of normal when all the feet are clubbed. I enjoyed the videos that went over the ponseti method assessment in great detail. Showing how to score and what things you were looking for to assess severity. The most useful information was learning about the Ponseti Method of treatment and how essential it is for families to fully understand what is involved and what their role is in the care of their child.

I liked the case studies and the videos of the people working in this field as well. Best element of the course was the literature as well as the video graphic presentations made us learn it quite easy along with that self ask questions in them. That was great. I really enjoyed the course and definitely increased my knowledge regarding clubfoot and the Ponseti method.

I think the practical examples, case studies and images illustrating clubfoot were very useful. I also found the videos going through the Ponseti method step by step very good! I think the best element of the course was that If you know a little bit about it before starting the course you will end up learning a lot from it. Images are really helpful and some journal articles as well. Videos about clinical experiences of other clinicians. It gives a precise insight to the challenges I might face when I encounter clubfoot and the solutions that can be taken.

It was organized well and the course flowed from topic to topic in a way that was easy to follow. Gaining insights into work being done around the world with children with clubfeet; hearing from experts about clinical issues as well as managing a clinic for children with clubfeet. I enjoyed the more applicable learning such as the Pirani scoring and the Ponseti method learning the most useful.

The videos and some of the articles were apt. They reinforced the information presented in the Physiopedia pages.

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The anatomy of the foot and ankle joint helped me understand clubfoot presentation. It also made sense how the posenti concept is applied throughout all the stages namely; correct first,then maintain. Learning about Clubfoot experiences in different countries; hearing from experts about casting techniques and maintenance strategies. I especially enjoyed the interview and the work of Dr Nunn and Gardner.

It would be a privilege to to learn from them and work under their tutelage. I extremely enjoyed with physiopedia pages way of providing informations and book chapters with resources is very useful. Videos and pictures I found very useful. Quizzes are the best for knowing what we have learned for some time. The course content was good, i also liked how the sections were divided into the different stages.

I enjoyed advanced casting technique by Dr Norgrove. Manipulating and casting the foot using two handed. The in-depth explanation of the presentation and management were very useful - I've already used this knowledge in practice to help to inform parents of newborns with clubfoot. Learning about the Pirani score and the readings and video that went with it.

Also about the Ponseti and what an incredible difference it makes , I had limited knowledge about the treatment of clubfoot. In this course I have learnt so much. I think all the videos were excellent, and the content was pitched perfectly for the course. The references were thorough and provide a good list of further reading. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and hope that it will enable me to undertake a practical course. The videos were extremely helpful.

To see real life case histories was excellent. Really was a useful learning medium. I found very interesting this course overall the multimedia content. The videos of presentations we followed was very very useful for me because made me feel like if I were in a class. The different interventions of the colleagues who shared their experiences was quite good. Many thanks. The course was easy to understand. Pirani scoring and ponseti technique was a very useful topic for me.

The ponseti casting presentations and videos was very informative and I now have a much better understanding of the management of clubfoot. Learning more about FAB. The videos gave a clear and understanding view of this course. It also made the course more interesting. I enjoyed every part of the course but especially the part three with all the video and practical illustrations on how to manipulate and correct clubfoot deformity.

I found the patient images very helpful as examples. I enjoyed the variety of learning using videos and reading of articles. I like that if you get a question wrong on the quiz you are able to learn the correct answer and try again. I enjoyed the presentation including multiple styles of reading, video lectures, interviews, forums Also, I learned so much more on a topic I'm interested in but haven't had the personal experience in. The video of interviews with experts from different parts covering the world whereby I could get to hear and understand how the clubfeet is challenging other population especially in Europe and Asia compared to here in Tanzania.

The video interviews especially the interviews with experts already working with children with clubfoot. Overall it was really fantastic, I personally enjoyed it very much because I was in practical training in clubfoot clinic sponsored by ICRC. I appreciate the efforts of physiopedia and all organization who put their share in it. I enjoyed the videos of this course very much. Section 1 was very interested and the way of teaching is very excited. All content of this course is very very good and helpful. I really appreciated having discussions to ask questions although i would have loved answers too and the videos coupled with the readings helped me to understand the material more thoroughly.

I appreciated the global emphasis as I live in the USA. Seeing how varied clubfoot services and experiences are across the world. The anatomy component was very well covered. Pictures were great as well as multiple sources of learning ie. Though I am a physical therapist who works with the pediatric population, I have minimal experience with clubfoot.

I find all the topic very educational and useful. I think the best elements are the crucial roles of health practitioners and parents.

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The best elements of this course is that, very clear explained about ponseti method with video presentation. Learning from experts, application to starting a clinic, exposure to charities involved in work, exposure to social ramifications of non intervention disability. First of all, I feel this is the first time I really understand the clubfoot topic although I did read about it before.

The course was done so good, so seriously deep into all the elements of diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up. I feel I can much more understand what parents and children are going through and know much more of what to look at during the years following the maintenance phase. It was such a great to have the course laid out so well. It was very well planned. The progression of information was very appropriate. I liked the fact that it had information for the complete beginner. The video presentations were very helpful and showed such a variety of learning opportunities.

I enjoyed a lot learning on managing children with clubfoot, to me the videos are the best part, so much to learn! C'est la raison pour laquelle que toutes les chapitres ont une importance capitale. Les parties qui etaient les plus interessantes pour moi sont l'espace forum, les videos et les chapitres pdf. Les discussions m'ont permis de voir ce que les autres pensent et de clarifier mes doutes. Les discussions,les quiz. Make the videos or the pages optional, there was a LOT of repetition between the videos and the pages.

Some of the videos especially the interviews were a bit too long. Sometimes the information page was followed by a video that repeated the same information. This could be useful for people who benefit from reading and then listening but I found it a little bit repetitive sometimes. Could be really helpful if you added something more related to physiotherapeutic point of view like exercises, gait training. There was some problems with videos, there was moments when wasn't sound.

I think it will be useful to add more case studies. For me was useful questions during videos when you stop and should to think about some things by yourself. It helps to remember more important things and later put more attention to them. This course was very informative but it is just theoretical. I did enjoy getting the clinical reasoning behind the techniques used. Some sources contradict each other while others should be better proofread e.

The video presentations from Africa Clubfoot Training are extremely slow. I personally used the x1. Also these presentations were almost exact repetitions of the relevant physiopedia sections. Perhaps you could let participants choose whether to learn by reading or watching or both. It seems to me that this course could be much briefer and perhaps 2 weeks is enough, considering the possible removal of repetitive content.

Less repetition each week and more information about physical therapy during and after clubfoot treatment. I think the course is improved enough and we should keep in touch with any recent publications to keep improving the course. Some skype interviews of professionals whose first language is not English were difficult to follow , especially if person was speaking with a strong accent and TOO FAST. Not all quizzes questions seemed to work equally in pushing learners to think. Discussion forums are a little bit difficult to navigate and I haven't found an option to tag a person to let them know I would like to ask their opinion on something they have written.

On the other hand, this old fashioned design makes me concentrate on learning, but not on talking and procrastinating, which is helpful at the end of the day. To me all that is need in included in the course. I don't know of any resources. There was no problem. The course can be improved by making the quiz to have more number which can extensively test the knowledge acquired each week. No need to improve the course, it was great! I would like to have more information on the French Therapeutic Method, but I understand why it was not included as the Ponseti method is the gold standard of treatment and requires less participation from the parents.

Provision of more up to date research articles would be useful - the literature search task was not particularly clear nor beneficial. Some discussion forum questions were to people whom working with clubfoot children. I could not write what was asked but I could read what they say. The Clubfoot videos move a little too slowly and would be nice to have more video of some of the manipulation and casting instead of just a slideshow on a video.

It would be better if two or three videos had given to explain casting and manipulation techniques. Other than this, the contents were very useful. I can not think of anything at this time. Except that maybe a practical session could be organized in key locations in the world once the on -line sessions are done. I feel the course would have been excellent when I first started out but having worked with clubfoot extensively it was not really at right level for me.

It would have been helpful to indicate this in the pre course information. This aspect is probably hard to improve, but the discussion board hardly provided me with useful information. Users tend to only post broad answers for the sake of completing the task. Maybe if the questions asked were more complex, this might result in more of a discussion between users.

Before commencing the course check the vedios,rest of the part course are excellent and very informative. Some of the videos are quite long and if a transcript of the video can be posted as well it would be great. I came across most difficulty is make fit the duration of the course and the my time. I would suggest to increase the duration of the course so that the very busy people could follow.

The video's from Africa moved through the material very slowly and it would be great to see real video and not a video of a powerpoint. Some of the videos could be shortened. There was no speaking in some parts of them and would stay on the same slide for far longer than needed to read the material. Interactive discussions maybe? Meaning to set up live chats where people can join to ask direct questions. Many people on this course are totally new to clubfoot and have no exposure, nor do they work in a clubfoot clinic.

Its therefore not constructive in my opinion to make so much of the discussion around what we see and do in the clinic. The videos are very slow and they repeat what I have already read. If I should spend time watching the videos, I would have appreciated more info and new info. The videos are very useful for watching different types of feet and techniques though. The pictures attached sometimes should be more from other angles so that a more comprehensive understanding of the foot deformities or improvement could be seen. It can be improved by providing more videos about casting, manipulation and common mistakes the clinicians do while doing plasters.

If the cross referrals also included with the main contents,it might easy to read in a flow. With a bad internet connection the videos are too long, takes a lot a money, time and patience to download a video longer than 15 min - the same to open the forum. I found there was a bit of repetition between the video and the reading page that did not need to be duplicated. Some of the discussions were hard to participate in if you did not have experience in a Clubfoot clinic.

While it was helpful to read about other clinicians experiences, it may have been beneficial to have additional theoretical discussion questions. More study cases with videos and photos after every intervention also whole physiotherapy of neglected clubfoot of older children. The required physiopedia pages and videos were repetitive and the narration on the videos was very slow.

I felt as though 4 weeks was a short amount of time to finish the course. I would have liked to have some additional time to dig deeper into the material. I think as it is the course is well arranged but in the discussion area its difficult to find someone, it could be easy if a can search for a name of a person I want to reply or tag for them to see for learning purpose. I will suggest that more live video ponseti method be presented in future workshop. Much repetition in the videos and the reading material - give option to complete one or the other.

Constant reviews to know the latest as I saw from the videos that it was basically Africa and asia and they are not that recent. I think this course is improved to increase the duration of the course, longer duration is better to fully understand clubfoot treatment. I think that a little improvement can be made with videos - before the videos there were links where I could read about different methods and all the videos were basically the same.

To me they were a little bit boring and I would have preferred that there were some new information and the lecturer could speak a little bit more enthusiastically. I would have also liked if there were more information about physical therapy after the treatment. Are there any significant elements for the treatment to keep in mind.

It's a little slow at times however I understand that some clinicians English is a second language. Their experiences do not really have much impact on what the. I am not sure how much value this adds to the course as they are lengthy to watch. I would appreciate a video report from a clubfoot treatment centre, to see children being treated. I noticed a few technical problems with videos.

When reading a Physiopedia page I usually followed the links to extra pages or video's. These extra readings were not recorded in the activity tracker, but the same pages came back later in the course and were recorded than. Maybe this could be organized different. It was not possible for on my computer at home as well as at work to reply in the forum other than to the treat I did look it up in the help video. It looked like more people had this problem, resulting in a lot of statements, rather than a discussion.

Maybe something could be told about treatment if possible of recurring clubfoot, treated with non-ponseti methods, and if it is possible to treat non-idiopathic clubfoot like arthrogryposis or following cerebral palsy with ponseti. Sometimes there was no sound on the African Clubfoot training videos.

Otherwise these were very informative. I like that you have videos and written information for different learners, but it did appear redundant. It was sometimes difficult to assess the online forums.

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For whatever reason, there were times where I could see the page, but was not able to type a response. More exciting videos - perhaps a different narrator voice that is easier to listen to. For those of us with experience casting or treating the recurrent clubfoot in areas where medical care is readily available, it would be nice to have a discussion board where clinicians can problem solve the more difficult cases and how they have managed the patients long term. For instance, the style of AFO or shoe orthotic used to maintain correction in the weight bearing foot.

For me personally I would have liked to see more videos of different children with various degrees of clubfoot. I found the slideshow lectures to be very slowly spoken.

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  • I understand that this was for the benefit of non English speakers but I found this to be frustratingly slow when I had limited time to study. I would have liked more time spent on the more advanced subject matter such as identifying relapses as that is where I feel my knowledge lacks some depth. The discussion forums didn't work. If someone commented on your text, it was hard to find because of so many participants and long lists. Being a physio based course they were no soft tissue techniques given that were given to families or what the community therapists could complete.

    I think the participants of this course need to join the clubfoot clinic at their nearest vicinity to learn clinical skills of manipulation,casting,and braces and to learn and establish the clubfoot clinic at their own place of work,Two Club foot clinic are not enough to fulfill the need of the province ,MDT approach is crucial to involve each and every appropriate professional in the management of children with clubfoot particularly Orthopaedic Surgeons need to be taken on board for tenotomy or other complication monitoring and treatment which does not come under the domain of skilled peoples in clubfoot.


    I found that the videos were redundant to the chapter articles, so perhaps one or the other, although this likely reinforced my reading! There were a few places where there was repeating of the same information - some videos and Physiopedia pages had much the same content. I would have preferred then either the video or the Physiopedia page. On the other hand it helped to revise the information.

    I had difficulties going backward and forward to dashboard from course but may have been connection issues. For me I did not encounter any problem on this course. I could say that maybe we can limit the video time, some of it is quite long already. We can also have more videos from different experiences around the world not just limit it into 2 or 2 organization who support the project. I think the course can be improved more on the discussion forum and on feedback on questions asked.

    Also,assignments I think should be part of the necessary parts to meet up with in completing the course.

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    The video's sometimes were very slow. I found myself wandering off sometimes during them. Videos were quite lengthy so to watch them all was quite data consuming, otherwise I found nothing to be improved really. Summarize journal articles, so that we have a chance to learn the content of all of them. Shorten the interviews 40 minutes is far too long from my point of view. I thought that the videos were too long of duration and the monotonous narrating voice was sometimes hard to listen to.

    I didn't encounter any problem from the course. If they were any challenge, it was a network challenge from my end which slowed me down and at some point got me discouraged. Howbeit, Physiopedia is doing a great job and I appreciate it. I think the course is presented really well relatively very resourceful on Journal articles, it gives us more detailed information about the Ponseti Method and how it is widely used as effective clubfoot management. Address management of secondary clubfoot especially those relating to underlying neurological issues.

    Use of a less monotonous voice on the videos. For those of us complete ring after a full day's work his voice was not conducive to staying awake. While the Africa project videos were good the presentation was somewhat tedious and I could not figure out how to transfer the summary points which would have helped me. I was not able to control the videos very well, ie go forward or back up, etc. Even though this is my second Physio course I still have a difficult time understanding the course organization technology , takes me several chapters to "get it".

    I did the optional activities and I felt they were very valuable and maybe they should be made compulsory. On at least one video the small screen obscured the diagram that was relevant to the discussion. There were some spelling areas and periods of time when the voice over on the videos stopped working. Also maybe adding in a quiz with each of the case studies to enforce the concepts of the material in the study rather than the discussion. The forum , if we can remove it, the time is not enough we need more time for this course because there are a lot of materials.

    I think the course will be improved by increasing the period time because the course was full of information and that needs more time. More direct dialogue with other course attendees through "live" discussion forums - this is obviously challenging in an online environment but perhaps there could be an opportunity to join a group with the expectation that sharing of ideas and discussion of issues would occur with more exchange between individuals.

    The discussions have some good comments in there, but I found that there was limited actual discussion going on. A forum where people are having conversations with each other, and questioning each others practice would be beneficial. Five weeks course is a bit lengthy, I would suggest shorten it to 2 to 3 weeks. Also it will be good to arrange all the video topics together.

    Discussion forum too large with little two-way conversation. Often forgot to check if anyone commented on my comment. Also with more than posts per forum, untimely to read through , especially when threads of "haven't experienced" or "never seen" occurred. Need to maybe split enrollees by therapists and md's to make forum discussions smaller. Or split by geographic location I wish there was a section about interventions as a PT and what we can do in our practice to work on improving ROM and strength.

    I'm more of a reading type of learner, so the videos to me were not useful. It was difficult to comprehend what was being said in some of them because of the foreign accents. Subtitles could help. The presenter in the videos often speaks too slowly therefore the videos are longer than they should be. More videos with more concentration on PT role and concentration on cases that have clubfoot with other neuromuscular disorder. I think the course content was on point.

    If the videos could be transcribed to assist with problems loading them. I had to try several times to watch the videos due to poor network. Written transcript of the videos. Some of the presentations were quite 'dull', and I would have preferred to be able to read through the content myself as an alternative. The lecture videos need to be faster, the lecturer speaks extremely slowly and in monotone voice, and I found it challenge to stay focused. Maybe some more individual work. So the participants have to look for answers in internet or from science papers. I did not enjoy the long videos on the interviews with other professionals and families.

    I felt it was some important information, however overall the videos were way too long. Actual videos instead of a video of a powerpoint. Have an optional shorter or different course for people who treat children who are managed in a clubfoot clinic and need to know how to do treatment while they are still in night brace phase and incorporate with other diagnosis such as spina bifida and arthrogryposis. But how practical will this be is a question. Reduce the number of discussion posts required and enforce constructive, engaging and educative discussions in the remainder.

    Right now the posts are not quite engaging. Share our cases for open discussion with physiopedia members and my be following our practice with cases if there is a problem or wrong applications. Before I don't have any experience about clubfoot but after the course am much better and I haven't found any problem. My only suggestion would be to run the course at a different time of the year. I found it pressured to complete the course within the available time frame while also planning for end of year holidays and Christmas. Whilst the repetition can be useful to consolidate learning, at times the repetition was too great.

    Additionally whilst the videos were useful some of the media quality was poor and therefore it was difficult to discern what was being covered. I was unable to access two critical journal articles, I am not sure why I was unable to access them. As other articles I could access. The interviews are a bit lengthy. And I suppose that the practical demonstration of casting and manipulation video tutorials may be added. I do not know maybe if it takes a while to review some of the videos of presentations. Some of them the sound did not work out.

    I found the discussions forums very unhelpful, questions I asked were never answered and clearly others are just using them as a way to progress through the course. The discussion needs improving. Too many people and hard to follow. I don't know if anyone answered on what I wrote because I never understood how to check it.

    I found there was a lot of content to get through in 1 week. I found the discussion boards, although a good idea, were not always utilised well. I found the quizzes sometimes asked questions that we hadn't learnt rather than sticking to the course content. Improved access to the discussions and some of the interview videos could be shorter and more precise. The presentation videos occasionally had parts with no voice overs when there should be one. Other than that, all is fine. I would have loved to have my questions answered, been able to engage by asking and answering other participants questions.

    The other Physio management apart from Ponsetti method can be included.