Join us from 9am on 1 November, when our opening session will host the CSP Founders’ Lecture, this year delivered by Dr Melrose Stewart (above).
The opening plenary session will be delivered by Richard Murray, CEO of The King's Fund and the closing plenary will be a joint session between consultant musculoskeletal physiotherapist Dr Neil Langridge and Health Education England's national AHP lead Beverley Harden.
Here is a taster of how the programme is shaping up.
Theme - Innovation in Rehabilitation
(#ENGAGE) Enabling the Next Generation through Activity, Gaming & Empowerment
Point of care diagnostic ultrasound: innovations in physiotherapy care pathways
Virtual Clinics in Orthopaedics
Digital CPD: new ventures into online learning for rehabilitation
Theme - Managing Complexity
Rehabilitation for older people living with frailty across care settings
Strength Training & Long-term conditions: Time to Raise the Bar?
Learning to manage complexity
Oxygen: just load of gas? Oxygen in clinical practice
Theme - Managing Musculoskeletal Complexity
Partnered with MACP
Managing complexity in musculoskeletal pain
Work related musculoskeletal disorders: challenges and new perspectives
Theme - The Next Generation
Partnered with APCP
Managing paediatric chronic pain - preventing a future of disability
Which pathway to follow? Managing paediatric musculoskeletal conditions
Advancing respiratory care for children/young people with complex medical needs
Theme - For for Work
Partnered with ACPOHE
Functional assessment and screening in the workplace
Further details will be published leading up to the Physiotherapy UK 2019 conference.
'First time attending CSP conference #Physio18, a great 2 days of presentations and networking. Would highly recommend. Will be back...'
Physiotherapy UK 2018 delegate