Perception of the Parents of Physiotherapy Students about Physiotherapy Profession: A Descriptive Explorative Study

Perception of the Parents of Physiotherapy Students about Physiotherapy Profession: A Descriptive Explorative Study

Authors

  • Sagar Deshpande
  • Neha Mukund Lokhande

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijpot.v16i3.18401

Keywords:

Parents perception; Physiotherapy profession; Career.

Abstract

Background: Parental perception plays a vital role in the life of children including their academic , professional
and personal lives. The study aims to identify the perception of the parents of physiotherapy Students about
physiotherapy profession.
Method: A survey study with a Convenient sample of 200 will be carried out, The parents of all the students,
that is 1st, 2nd ,3rd ,4th and interns of physiotherapy institute in Navi Mumbai will be included in the study.
Following permission from the institute management, self -made validated questionnaire developed in light of
related literature will be circulated by Google form to the participants with instructions. Outcome will be analysed
statistically using MS Excel.
Conclusion: Based on the findings from study, it can be concluded that the majority of the parents have a positive
perception of the physiotherapy profession and also are aware about physiotherapy field. The findings also
suggest the need to stimulate the professional body of physiotherapy in India along with Indian physiotherapists
to increase their efforts at creating awareness about physiotherapy.
The findings also help in navigating the barriers faced by physiotherapy students in various domains.

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Author Biographies

Sagar Deshpande

Associate Professor, YMT College of Physiotherapy, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai.

Neha Mukund Lokhande

Intern, YMT College of Physiotherapy, Kharghar, Navi Mumbai.

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Published

2022-08-09
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