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
CSP Hip Sprint Hubs are OPEN
The CSP have launched the regional Hip Sprint Hubs
Please join your local Hub to share ideas and improve communication with physiotherapists engaged in hip fracture rehabilitation.
ATOCP NorthEast Regional Event 12th February 2019
The first ATOCP North East evening meeting on Tuesday 12th February in Durham. We are delighted to announce speakers confirmed for the event, Mr Dominic Inman and Diane Williams who will be presenting on two hot topics in hip fracture physiotherapy: HipSprint Audit and CSP Hip Fracture Standards.
Northwest CPD Networking event
Northwest branch would like to invite therapists to join us on our first networking event. The event is free and lunch is on us! Please follow the link or see our Facebook page (@ATOCPNWGROUP) for more details. http://atocp.org.uk/events
ATOCP London Branch
ATOCP London Branch's first evening event of 2019!
TheBigRs Blog by Ash Shattock and Jon Room
Ash Shattock and Jon Room, both members of the executive committee have attended two events as part of TheBigRs, on which more information can be found here - http://reform.physio/
ATOCP South Branch Event - Hip Trauma Advances and Treatment Options
On 19th September 2018 ATOCP South Branch are hosting an event titled - 'Hip trauma advances and treatment options'. See the flyer attached for details.