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APCP Conference 2017 Programme

APCP Conference 2017

Expanding Horizons.

 

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We are privileged have a number of international speakers and will be running two study streams on each day.

On Friday 3 November there will be study streams on NEURODISABILITY and MSK

On Saturday 4 November there will be study streams on PAIN and PARTICIPATION

To allow delegates to tailor-make their learning objectives and in response to feedback from previous years, you will not be asked to book a particular stream but can choose on the day which presentations you wish to attend. We do however have a limit on space in both halls so it will be on a first come, first served basis and we cannot guarantee your first choice.

 Friday, 3rd November

08.30-08.45

Opening Address

08.45-09.15

Keynote Address- The Opportunities and Challlenges for the Physiotherapy Profession

Karen Middleton - Chief Executive, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

09.15-10.00

Becoming a Researcher - an Adventure of a Lifetime

Marilyn Poole - Paediatric Physiotherapist, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

10.00-10.30

APCP AGM

11.00-11.45

NEURODISABILITY - Taking the GMFM into the land of quality of movement and advanced motor skills assessment

Dr Virginia Wright - Scientist, Bloorview Research Institute, Toronto

 

MSK - Joint hypermobility in children and adolescents

Professor Shea Palmer - Professor of Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation at the University of the West of England, Bristol

11.45-12.30

NEURODISABILITY - Augmenting early mobility experiences for children with cerebral palsy - why do it?

Roslyn Livingstone - Occupational Therapist, Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, Vancouver

 

MSK - International physical therapy guidelines for Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder and Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome- implications for paediatric practice, education and research guidelines

Dr Jane Simmonds - Senior Teaching Fellow, Univiersity College Lonodon and Lead Hypermobility Paediatric Physiotherapist, Hopsital of St John and St Elizabeth, London

13.40-13.55

Free Paper- Nusinersen for Spinal Muscular Atrophy, the UK Expanded Access Programme- summary of changes in motor function and implications for physiotherapy management in the UK

Ricarda Tillman

 

13.55-14.10

Free Paper- Diagnostic Agreement Rates between Advanced Practice Physiotherapists and Orthopaedic Consultants in a Paediatric Orthopaedic Specialist Clinic

Marie O'Mir

14.15-15.00

NEURODISABILITY - The ICF - how can we integrate this into our clinical practice with children with neurodisability?

Jenny Carroll - Centre Director and Consultant Physiotherapist, Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales

 

MSK- Apophysitis Syndromes in the Child and Adolescent

Ms Jennifer Strickland - Senior Lecturer in Sports Science, University of Greenwich

15.00-15.45

NEURODISABILITY - EI SMART and its application to infants at high risk of cerebral palsy

Dr Sally Jary - Senior Research Associate, Neonatal Neuroscience - University of Bristol, Consultant Paediatric Physiotherapist - Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales

 

MSK - Paediatric ACL Injury: Treatment Update

Mr Paul Trikha - Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Ashford and St Peter's NHS Trust

 

16.15-17.00

NEURODISABILITY - NICE guidelines in cerebral palsy

Dr Charlie Fairhurst - Consultant in Neurodisability, Head of Children's Neurosciences at Evelina Children's Hospital

 

MSK - Idiopathic Scoliosis: The active role of the physiotherapist

Sarah Harmar - Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Great Ormond Street Hospital

 

 

Saturday, 4th November

08.30-08.45

Welcome

 08.45-09.30

PAIN - The Pain Pathway Refresher

Richard Day- Lecturer in Physiotherapy, Cardiff University

 

PARTICIPATION- Engaging Disabled People in Active Recreation

Barry Horne, Chief Executive of English Federation for Disability Sport and Catherine Chin, Disability Sport Wales.

 

09.30-10.15

PAIN - The Role of Physiotherapists in the Management of Chronic Pain in Children

Sarah Wilson

 

PARTICIPATION - The role of physiotherapy in addressing severe harm of children with disabilities caused by long-term institutionalisation

Kerry Hall- Technical Advisor and Martin Punaks- Head of Global Training and Advisory Services, Lumos

10.15-11.00

PAIN - Psychological approaches to dealing with complex pain issues

Jane Robinson, Advanced Physiotherapist, Chronic Pain Management Team, Sheffield Children's Hospital

 

PARTICIPATION - Frame Football in the UK

John Cheetham, Frame Football coach and former Hucknall Town player

11.30-12.15

PAIN - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome CFS/ME: A Clinical Update

Joanne Bond-Kendall and Anna Abbott, Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapists, Children's CFS/ME Service, Royal United Hospitals, Bath

 

PARTICIPATION - Adapting paediatric physiotherapy to less developed health systems- a flexible approach

Heather Angilley

12.15-13.00

PAIN - Growing Pains- Myth or Truth?

Vicky Easton, MSK Clinical Specialist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital

 

 

PARTICIPATION - Developing a gym based exercise programme for young people with CP

Stuart Clark, B7 Community Physiotherapist and Lee Evans B6 Community Physiotherapist, Liverpool Community Physiotherapy Service

14.15-14.30

Free Paper- Taping: Paediatric Physiotherapists practice and views- A survey

Madeline Thompsett

 

14.30-14.45

Free Paper- Functional Electrical Stimulation to improve upper limb fuction in a child with an acquired brain injury: A single case experimental design study

Gemma Kelly

14.45-15.30

Paediatric specialism in physiotherapy across Europe - APCP scoping project

Anna Hebda-Boon, Senior Paediatric Physiotherapist, Neuromuscular Orthopaedics, Royal London Hospital

16.00-16.30

Road to Rio

Sophie Christiansen CBE. British Gold Medal Paralympic Equestrian

16.30-16.45

Close of Conference

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