CPN Guest Digest #204
Something for the weekend compiled by Michael Rowe
Michael Rowe is an Associate Professor in Digital Innovation at the University of Lincoln, Editor of the OpenPhysio journal for physiotherapy education, and co-founder of the In beta project.
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