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Physiotherapy

Please note that some information on our webpages may be out of date due to the recent cyber incident affecting Northumbria University.  We will be  working on updating information as soon as we are able to gain access to the system to do so.  Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

If you need to contact us, please email us at practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk

 

This page provides placement information for students and placement hosts in relation to Northumbria University's BSc and MSc Physiotherapy programmes.

Currently the Physiotherapy Programme overviews and ARC Systems Information sections are available.  Other sections listed below are currently under construction and will be available shortly.

 

If you have any questions about the content contained on this page, please contact us by e-mailing practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk

 

Important Information

Information to be added here shortly

 

 

Placement Documentation

Placement Handbook(s) - to be added shortly

Arc Systems Information

Arc is the system we use to manage and facilitate our student placements; our placement hosts have access to Arc PEP and our students to Arc Web. Further information about both systems (including how-to guides for PEP-users) can be found through this link, but if you have any questions about the systems, please don't hesitate to get in touch by e-mailing practiceplacements@northumbria.ac.uk

  • Placement hosts can access Arc PEP and Audit through this link
  • Students can access Arc Web (POW) through their portal - more information can be found on the 'Accessing Arc Web - information for students' tab on this page.

 

 

Programme Overviews

Please find below overviews of the current Physiotherapy programmes at Northumbria University:

BSc Physiotherapy

September 2017 intake

September 2018 intake

September 2019 intake

MSc Physiotherapy

January 2018 intake

January 2019 intake 

 

 

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