Rebirth and celebration for the ATOCP
A professional network has bounced back from near extinction, bigger, better – and more effective – than ever
ATOCP conference: Sallie Lamb gives challenge on the role of research in trauma and orthopaedic rehab
The physiotherapy profession should consider the wider importance of research rather than focus on particular methods of collecting evidence, the first physio to be recognised as a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences has said.
ATOCP conference: Karen Barker encourages the development and leading of an evidence based orthopaedic physio service
All physios should undertake ‘research’ in their work setting, at whatever level is possible, a fellow of the CSP told the Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists annual conference in Oxford on 26 November.
Press coverage leads physio lecturer to defend hip replacements
A physiotherapy lecturer was inundated with calls from concerned members of the public following the publication of research that showed that hip replacement patients were no more active after their surgery than before.