ATOCP's response to the NICE Primary Joint Replacement Guidance
Many thanks to the members who contributed towards the ATOCP's response.
Please see the attached document that was submitted.
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The ATOCP Exec
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Following the success of the 2018 BOA Conference the ATOCP have another day in 2019! The ATOCP day will be on Thursday 12th September 2019.
Through joining the BOA as an affilliate member (only accessible to ATOCP members at the discounted rate of £80) you get free registration to the
A review of physiotherapists’ perspectives on the use of hip precautions in current practice.
Please find attached a Participant Invitation Letter for a research project.
This is a topic very close to many of our members hearts - Please support Nyah, a third year physiotherapy student, by completing this short survey. The results will be shared with all ATOCP members upon completion.
ATOCP Regional Branches
ATOCP conference presentations part 3Download pdf 1.22 MBl.pitt_vote_for_rehab_for_cuff_tears_presentation_2017Download pdf 760.42 KBM Walton cuff presentation 2017Download pdf 4.6 MBm._walton_shoulder_presentation_2017
ATOCP conference presentations part 2Download pdf 9.51 MBj._theaker_twilight_service_presentation_2017Download pdf 1.03 MBK Mitchell ankle presentation 2017Download pdf 1.29 MBR Fox extra capsular hip fracture presentaionDownload pdf 1.01 MBS Dutton TKR discharge class presentation 2017Download pdf 1.69 MBM Bateman Sholder presentation 2017
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Fragility fracture of the lower limb and pelvis: Priority Setting Partnership
Oxford Trauma is launching a James Lind Alliance Research Priority Setting Exercise (PSP) in the area of broken bones in older people. The first PSP will address 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
Northwest ATOCP regional event