Achilles Tendon Workshop and Survey
The ATOCP Research Leads, Rebecca Kearney and David Keene, have received funding from the Orthopaedic Trauma Society to conduct a survey and workshop to develop a future research project on Achilles tendon rupture rehabilitation.
The project has been approved by the University of Warwick
CONSULTATION_REQUEST_for_MSK_advanced_practice.zipDear All, You are invited to review the documents attached as multi-professional and multi-organisational stakeholders in MSK practice. These document have been developed in conjunction with the MSK partnership group which has mutli-professional representation from MSK providers.
Joining the BOA as an affiliate member / Conference sign up
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2. Select UK / Affiliate
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Please note that you need to be registered as an 'affiliate' member before you are eligible to attend the conference.
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Virtual Clinics: A descriptive survey of the different models in use within the UK
Calling all qualified physiotherapists!
We are a group of third year physiotherapy students at the University of the West of England currently undertaking a research project for our dissertation.
Our research is looking into the use of Virtual Clinics across the UK. Virtual Clinics are
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.
If you have any comments please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
The ATOCP Exec
You MUST Join the BOA as an affilliate member before you can get your FREE BOA conference place. Details HERE!
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 3