BBTA Clinical Reasoning and Systems Control Update

Event details

9:00am-5:00pm
£220

London Road Community Hospital, Derby.

London Road
Derby
DE1 2QY
United Kingdom

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52.9141634, -1.4681851

Event Organiser

NCORE (National Centre of Rehabilitation Education)

01332 254679

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

http://www.ncore.org.uk

BBTA Clinical Reasoning and Systems Control Update

27th – 28th May 2021

Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby

Trainer: Sue Armstrong

Ref. 2872

 

Course Outline

This 1.5 day course is for physiotherapists and occupational therapists who wish to improve their systems control knowledge, clinical reasoning and clinical confidence in neurorehabilitation.  The course will include relevant neurophysiology, e.g. systems control, update on current understanding of postural and movement control with clinical application, and underpinning rationales for treatment. There will be two clinical workshops with clinical reasoning discussion and shared learning.

 

The course will include a theoretical section, including:

  • Systems control update, including revision of relevant neuroscience of postural and movement control, and relevance to clinical issues
  • Discussion of relevant evidence supporting therapeutic interventions

                                   

The practical sessions will explore movement analysis, movement control, and intervention skills and progressions related to the clinical workshops

 

There will be 2 clinical workshops to apply the theory and movement control aspects of the course into a clinical context, with associated clinical reasoning

 

The course is suitable for qualified PT’s, particularly those working in neurological rehabilitation, and while it is helpful to have attended previous BBTA courses, it is not a pre-requisite. 

 

CPD Certificate of Attendance Awarded: 10.25 hours

 

Fee: £220 (Including refreshments)

Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.

 

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