Intensive care council seats for physios
Two north west physiotherapists, who have obtained seats on the Council of the Intensive Care Society (ICS), share their views
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Physio findings: involvement in research blocked by lack of opportunity
Caroline White on the latest physio research findings.
Adviceline: advanced critical care practitioner
Alex Gatehouse describes the joys and challenges of working as an advanced critical care practitioner.
Give critically ill patients rehab goals within four days, says NICE
Patients in critical care, who are at risk of morbidity, should have their rehabilitation goals agreed within four days of admission.
Newcastle critical care unit physiotherapy team takes on support workers
A critical care unit has introduced band 4 physiotherapy associate practitioners to provide seven-day enhanced mobilisation to elective surgical post-operative patients.
Letters - 5 March 2014
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Critical response: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham's critical care physiotherapy team
Robert Millett meets the critical care team that is proving how early rehabilitation saves money and improves patients’ health
Implementation of a protocol facilitates evidence-based physiotherapy practice in intensive care units
Physio support workers help intensive care patients
A project that has seen two physiotherapy support worker posts created on a critical care ward is having impressive results.