Joost Van Wijchen is a senior lecturer, educational designer, international coordinator and physiotherapist. He is an executive board member of the European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education (ENPHE) and the Environmental Physiotherapy Association (EPA). He worked and trained in the Netherlands, Norway and the UK, and is currently based at HAN University of Applied Science in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Professional and research interests include learning, inclusivity, reasoning, narratives, global health, humanities, technology, internationalization and collaboration. His current projects include Physiotherapy & Refugees Education Project (PREP), co-creative learning landscapes (guided Choice-Based-Learning), Systems for Inclusive Education (SINE), Enhancing Complexity Orientated Learning Approaches (ECOLA) and QuaranTrain.org. Recent publications include Van Wijchen, J., Kerry, R. & Alme, M. N. (2021). QuaranTrain: An international community of practice for learning. Open Physio Journal doi.org/10.14426/art/1552 Landry MD, Geddes L, Moseman AP, Lefler JP, van Wijchen J (2020) Early Reflection on the Global Impact of COVID19, and Implications for Physiotherapy. Physiotherapy 107, June 2020, A1-A3 doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2020.03.003 Landry MD, van Wijchen J, Jalovcic D, Boström C, Pettersson A, Alme MN (2020) Refugees and Rehabilitation: Our Fight Against the Globalization of Indifference; Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 101(1):168-170.