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An e-learning programme looking at frailty as a complex multi-system, long term condition has been developed and is available through the Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare Hub.
It promotes a universal language in frailty identification that will support professionals to meet the needs of individuals living with varying degrees of frailty, to deliver improved health outcomes.
It explores the multi-system complexity of frailty via the Geriatric 5Ms. This simple framework which comprises Mind, Mobility, Medications, Multi-complexity and Matters most encompasses all the elements which are important when considering holistic care for those living with frailty. About the Frailty programme.
Guide to healing and rebuilding after pregnancy
Specialist women’s health physiotherapist Megan Vickers has published a book on how to heal and rehabilitate after pregnancy-related back and pelvic pain, diastasis recti, pelvic floor dysfunction and how to safely return to exercise post partum.
Stronger, the honest guide to healing and rebuilding after pregnancy and birth. Pub: Bloomsbury/Green Tree £14.99
Your posture matters
The national postural care group, supported by NHS Education Scotland and Promoting A More Inclusive Society, have developed resources to provide practical help and guidance to those with postural difficulties. Allied health professions (AHP) learning site.
Storycises for the under 5s
Paediatric physiotherapists Wendy Joy and Jane Reynolds have self-published an ‘action story’ book for under five-year-olds in response to a decline in children’s physical skills.
Colours for young children is available from Pub: Troubador £6.99 Or it can be purchased direct from the authors by emailing email@example.com
Learn about M.E. - free CPD training
Free online training on the diagnosis and management of ME/CFS is available.
The project is a partnership between Action for M.E., The ME Association, #MEAction Scotland, The 25%ME Group and Dr Nina Muirhead. It is based around 10 clinical case studies which aim to typify patients who may or may not display signs and symptoms of this illness.
You will receive one hour continuing professional development-accreditation upon successful completion. The module can be found on the Study PRN website.
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