The Clinical Maze
22nd October 2020
Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby DE1 2QY
Lecturer: Steve Nawoor, Consultant Physiotherapist
The Clinical Maze is a 1-day, fast-paced, knowledge thirsty course designed to challenge, debate and further our clinical reasoning.
Exploring the clinical conversation, differential diagnoses and index of suspicion within MSK assessment, we will discuss systems thinking, and MSK versus Non-MSK pathology whilst investigating the impact of rheumatology, inflammatory, vascular, neurological, orthopaedic and genetic influences.
Gut instinct, masqueraders, red flags, triage, clinical pathways and governance will be discussed in context, with consideration for rehab, social prescribing, investigations, bloods, injections & pharmacology.
First Contact Practitioners (FCP) and broader Primary Care delivery are embracing new opportunities, which also brings risk and we will look to discuss these challenges, solutions and joined up working as part of a Multi-Professional workforce.
Those that should attend:
- Primary Care Practitioners
- Rehabilitation Therapists
- Anyone with a clinical interest in MSK pathology
Evolution of the clinical maze
The Subjective Tumbleweed
Systems Thinking – Panoramic Views
Gut Instinct and Clinical Intuition
Inflammatory, Vascular & Bloods – ‘Red Mist’
MRI, CT and X-Ray – Contextual Healthcare
The Autoimmune Vacuum & Genetics
Injections & Pharmacology – Medicines Management
Governance & Pathways – D.E.P.T.H
1st Contact Practitioners – Jason Bourne Effect
Summary & Questions
CPD: 7 hours
Fee: £135 (including refreshments)
Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.