NOTAA volunteer opportunity
Exciting opportunity to share your orthopaedic knowledge
Fragility fracture of the lower limb and pelvis - Priority Setting Partnership
Oxford Trauma launched a James Lind Alliance Research Priority Setting Exercise (PSP) in September 2016 regarding broken bones in older people. This PSP addresses broken bones of the lower limb and pelvis in patients over 60 years of age. The PSP is a collaboration of patients, carers and healthcare professionals who will identify the ‘top ten’ research priorities in this important area.
You may have participated in the first broken bones in older people survey and now we would like to invite you to take part in the second survey. This survey asks you to prioritise the responses which we received from the first survey. We anticipate that this should not take you longer than 30 minutes to complete. The survey can be found online at: www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/broken-bones-in-older-people
ATOCP 2017 Conference
We are thrilled to be running our annual ATOCP Conference at Old Trafford in Manchester on the 14th October 2017.
Tickets are available from this link: https://atocp2017.eventbrite.co.uk
(Please note the early bird price runs out on the 1st September)
If you would like us to invoice your employer please register via 'To be paid by employer' and email email@example.com with details for us to send the invoice.
ATOCP June Newsletter
Please find attached a copy of the ATOCP June Newletter.
FAO physios working with the hip fracture database.
Launch of the ATOCP London branch!
The London branch will be launching on the 11th May with a CPD evening on 'Management of total hip arthroplasty'.
Manipulative practice in the thoracic spine: a survey of current Physiotherapy practice within the UK
ATOCP 2016 Conference Materials
Conference presentations available to download!
Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists Annual Conference 2016
Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists (ATOCP)
Annual conference 2016
Wolfson College, Oxford
The University of Oxford are currently looking for centres to recruit and deliver the interventions for the BOOST [Better Outcomes for Older people with Spinal Trouble] Trial which is investigating the management of back pain in older people with a focus on neurogenic claudication and spinal stenosis.