Physical activity fellowships

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Global approaches to encouraging people to get active is the theme of a new programme of fellowships run by the Churchill Fellowship in partnership with ukactive. The fellowships will fund individuals to discover new ideas and best practice from leading practitioners, anywhere in the world, in order to develop innovative solutions for the UK. 

Applications are being encouraged that explore using sport, exercise or physical activity to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities, whether in community-led programmes, or for workplace wellbeing or for active ageing. 

Applications open 13 September for projects to start in 2023.  Find out more from theCHURCHILLfellowship

Evidence-based aquatic therapy guidelines for Parkinson’s

This international consensus study sought to establish evidence-based clinical practice aquatic therapy guidelines for the treatment of people with Parkinson’s, and generate consensus statements about issues such as optimal prescription and dosage.

It involved the participation of 73 international experts, who were invited to participate in a three step modified Delphi study.
You can access the full text of the study titled Evidence-Based Aquatic Therapy Guidelines for Parkinson’s Disease: An International Consensus Study here.

The influence of frailty on the efficacy of exercise for falls prevention 

Physiotherapy journal, this systematic review, meta-analysis and meta-regression updates the evidence on the effect of exercise on fall rates. Access the full text:

Living with dementia 

The Help and Advice website have produced an in-depth article and infographic that sets out 51 practical tips to help people living with dementia. The resource covers a range of topics; including: 

  • mental health and wellbeing
  • keeping fit, healthy and well
  • advice for carers, family and friends

Visit the Help and advice website here.

Remote consultations e-learning programme 

Developed by Health Education England e-learning for healthcare, this programme provides practical tips for educators and learners in medical and allied healthcare professions, and aims to offer a ‘one-stop’ practical guide on remote consultation.

As well as highlighting the process of setting up a remote consultation clinic, the resource explores possible pitfalls, explains the  importance of appropriate patient selection and illustrates the benefits and limitations of remote consultations.

It also provides learners with links to relevant websites, videos and papers. For more information and to access the programme, visit their website to find out more.

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