Standing orders - information for members paying by standing order
ATOCP Newsletter March 2020
Please find attached the ATOCP Newsletter for March 2020
James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership - Complex fractures: Seeking Local Champions
Scope of Best Practice Tariff extended
Call for Focused Symposia at CSP Conference November 2020 Open!!
Dear ATOCP Members
The ATOCP executive committee are delighted to announce that we will be delivering the ‘Managing multi-systems trauma’ in partnership with the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care (ACPRC) at next year’s Physiotherapy UK Congress. Information on PTUK 2020 is available below. The conference will run on the 13th / 14th November 2020.
This is the CSP’s centenary and the ATOCP’s 75th birthday – we are planning to have a celebratory networking event during the conference.
The call for focused symposia abstracts is now open! https://www.physiotherapyuk.org.uk/conference/focused-symposia/
HipSprint Local Regional Events
ATOCP and AGILE are supporting the CSP with HipSprint Local.
This free event is intended for chartered physiotherapists and support workers who are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy working in hip fracture rehabilitation in acute, intermediate and community settings.
North East Hub – 12th December 2019
East and East Midlands Hub – 16th January 2020
South West Hub – 20th February 2020
West Midlands Hub – 23rd March 2020
South Central Hub – 28th April 2020
Wales Hub – 21st May 2020
North West Hub – 30th June 2020
Northern Ireland Hub – 24th July 2020
London and South East Hub – 12th October 2020
Scotland Hub – 30th October 2020
> You can click on the dates above to register on Eventbrite.
ATOCP memberships via standing order - Important update
ATOCP Annual Conference Programme
The purpose of CSP’s Hip Sprint Local is to build robust and sustainable networks of members, led by ATOCP and AGILE, to ensure the systematic, widespread and sustainable implementation of the CSPs hip fracture standards into everyday practice. The networks will encourage members to participate in local audit and quality improvement (QI) work, to measure their local compliance with the standards and demonstrate value and impact of improved physiotherapy on hip fracture rehabilitation services performance data.
STIFF-F Study Rehabilitation Survey
Survey link https://oxford.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/stiff-f_rehabsurvey