A round-up of this month's useful resources
Inclusive sport guides
Sport for Confidence have produced evidence-based inclusive sport guides, with input from physio students. The guides cover the
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therapeutic value of cycling, using boccia as an assessment and intervention tool, the therapeutic use of table tennis and the therapeutic value of snooker. The guides are available here.
Cauda Equina Syndrome guide
A book on the identification and management of CES, called Cauda Equina Syndrome: The MSK Clinician’s Guide by physios Tom Jesson and Rob Tyer aims to bridge the gap between guidelines and the details of clinical practice. It not only covers CES but also decision-making and navigating the referral process.
Helping patients with sight loss
Business Disability Forum has worked with people with sight loss, healthcare professionals, and sight loss organisations to create targeted guidance for healthcare professionals on how to better serve the needs of patients with sight loss. Sight Loss Toolkit.
Do you know your ICPs from your ICBs and your ICSs? An animation from the King’s Fund unpacks some of the integrated care jargon.
Long-term conditions training
An e-learning programme is available to help deliver more personalised care to people with long-term conditions. Developed by Health Education England e-learning for healthcare (HEE elfh) focuses on personalised care, support planning, prehabilitation and rehabilitation. Topics include the impact of rehabilitation interventions on the needs and symptoms of patients.
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