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NEW MS Guidelines
NICE launches new MS guidelines – find out more
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Management of Spinal Cord Injuries
Download report on an online course on the management of Spinal Cord Injuries ran by SCI World in Sydney, Australia.
A new version of physiotherapyexercises has just been uploaded. This is FREE and enables neuro PTs to search for exercises appropriate for people with all types of disabilities. It now has the capacity to find recommended home exercise programs for people with typical impairments. We have only done this for SCI but could easily expand to other areas if interest and money.
Surrey & Borders
Evening lecture on the use of Dynamic Movement Orthosis … read more
Two courses for this autumn: 'Adapted Tai Chi' and 'Working with families in ABI' are being run by Sussex ACPIN … read more
The long awaited joint ACPIN and COT SSNP splinting guidelines are due for publication December 2014/January 2015.Watch thisspace for futher details in the near future.
Physiotherapists Care Skills Group
This group was set up to promote improved care of frail or disabled people who require healthcare assistant support … read more
Workshop on developing and drafting a research question
The NHS NIHR Heath Technology Assessment (HTA) programme have offered to run a half-day workshop at the CSP London office on how to develop and draft a research question that will “push all the right buttons” to attract HTA approval and funding … read more
Help us set MS research priorities
The MS Society is leading a crucial project to put people affected by MS and health professionals at the centre of setting research priorities... read more
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