|National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE)|
|Derby Teaching Hospitals, London Road Community Hospital, London Road, Derby. DE1 2QY|
|LONDON - Red Flags & Rheumatology|
|Date:||12th - 13th September 2020|
|Location:||Magdala Avenue, London N19 5NF.|
|Trainer:||Andrew Cuff BSc (hons) MSc CMP MCSP & Jack March Bsc (hons) MCSP|
|Availability: ||Yes (09/04/2020 15:25:32)|
A unique opportunity to attend both the popular 'Red Flags, Serious Spinal Pathology &
Systems Thinking' and 'Rheumatology in MSK: Recognition and Management'.
Day 1: This workshop focuses on the development of clinical reasoning in relation to the
detection of non-musculoskeletal disorders presenting within the Musculoskeletal clinic
through a perspective of 'Systems Thinking'. Andrew discusses the utility of Red Flags
and how to incorporate these alongside 'Systems Thinking' to aid clinical reasoning.
- To equip delegates with the signs and symptoms of common serious and masquerading pathology in relation to the spine.
- To discuss and evaluate appropriate work up and pathways in relation to such conditions.
- To develop the clinical reasoning of the delegates with a focus on 'Systems Thinking'.
- To equip delegates with advanced assessment skills in relation to the Neurological and Vascular systems.
Case studies are used to aid transfer of theory into practice with a focus on the
development of Clinical
Reasoning. There is a strong focus on 'Systems Thinking' to help clinicians identify
Musculoskeletal conditions that may be masquerading as such.
Day 2: This course will also cover the recognition of Rheumatology and Systemic
following recognition the appropriate immediate management, investigations and
onward referral as well as
the required Physiotherapy management of such presentations.
|Who will Benefit|
Day 1: Due to the changing nature of MSK service delivery, this course is suitable for
all musculoskeletal practitioners. It will be particularly useful to first contact
practitioners, aspiring ESP clinicians within MSK/Orthopaedic triage or experienced
ESPs looking for an update.
Day 2: The course is suitable for all Physiotherapists in Musculoskeletal settings who
are involved in the recognition, monitoring or management of Rheumatology
disorders. It will be particularly useful to First Contact Practitioners, aspiring
Advanced Practice Physiotherapists (APPS) or experienced APPs looking for an update.
CPD: 7 hours for Day 1 or 14 hours for both days
- Attendance certificate will be issued.
|Fees / Funded Places|
- £150 for day 1 and £300 for both days.
- Limited funded places may be available for AHP's and Nurses working for the NHS within
the East Midlands