Education Resources

#CauseHealthEd

We are continuously working to develop teaching resources in collaboration with our Education and Communication partners. The idea is that all our resources must be open access. Here you find links to our book, conference talks, podcast episodes and other CauseHealth-Ed videos.

Free online course
Free course, by Alex Murray and Podiatry Systems
CauseHealth book teaser
A meta-podcast on complexity – by Evie Martin and Bill Taylor for PhysiosOnline
A discussion about the Words Matter podcast episode on complexity. PhysiosOnline YouTube channel
The CauseHealth Physio conference (talks and interviews) – A Chews Health production
To access the full playlist, click on the top right icon or visit the CauseHealth YouTube channel
Bonus material, vox-pop interviews by the Chews Health team
“A rambled narration by Jack Chew between brilliant vox-pop interviews by the Chews Health team with the Cause Health conference speakers.” For details, visit our CauseHealth YouTube channel
Causality in psychotherapy research – Hanne Oddli presents CauseHealth work in progress
Presentation for the CREST Roehampton seminar, December 2020.
Expanding our perspective on research in medicine – CauseHealth talk by Roger Kerry at IFOMPT
IFOMPT 2016, Glasgow. Provided by the MACP
What’s your philosophical bias? Evie Martin takes the test
Rani Lill Anjum is determined to identify the philosophical biases of Evie Martin, Physios Online
How do we care for the unique patient within EBP? CauseHealth to the rescue, with Joost van Wijchen
Causation and scientific methods in medicine and beyond – Rani Lill Anjum, University of Edinburgh
From a research seminar in 2018 at the Philosophy Department, University of Edinburgh
Causation in medicine – for Vocal Health Education, with Stephen King, Jenevora Williams and Rani Lill Anjum
Vocal Health Education on Facebook, 2020
‘Medically Unexplained Symptoms’ with Roger Kerry & Jack Chew – Physio Matters podcast
Listen here
Complexity; simplified. A talk on the complex patient, causation, and manual therapy – for Vocal Health Education, with Walt Fritz, Stephen King and Rani Lill Anjum
January 2021, posted by Walt Fritz
Philosophy of causation, scientific models, and medicine – an interview with Rani Lill Anjum for The Dissenter
Video interview by Ricardo Lopes for The Dissenter podcast from 2019. Audio only can be found here.
Philosophy of science meets patient safety
Article about the CauseHealth collaboration with the WHO Uppsala Monitoring Centre, by Elena Rocca
Causal insights from failure. What pharmacovigilance can teach us about causality – Uppsala Reports
Article by Elena Rocca and Rani Lill Anjum in Uppsala Report