Upcoming Medical Conferences in DerbySearch Criteria : United Kingdom Derby
Jan 03, 2019 | CME 6.00 | GBP £150 | Derby, England
Assessment & Management of Acute Hand Injuries is organized by Pulvertaft Hand Centre and will be held on Jan 03, 2019 at University of Derby - Enterprise Centre, Derby, England, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6 CPD Points. The content of this course covers: • Anatomy of the Hand; Assessment of Hand Injuries; Reading Hand X-rays, Fractures and Dislocations • Hand Infections; Extensor and Flexor Tendons; Medico Legal Pitfalls • Problem Soft Tissue Injuries; Local Anaesthesia; Major Injuries & Replantation Further workshops cover: • Examination of Neurovascular and Tendinous Hand • Conservative Management of Hand Injuries • Examination of Ligaments and Skeleton of the Hand Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 08, 2019 | CME 6.00 | GBP £175 | Derby, England
Healthcare Records on Trial is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held on Jan 08, 2019 at London Road Community Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 6.00 Credits. This course will analyse and explain the accountability of the Healthcare Professional, and different ways in which records will be scrutinised. Clinical professional and legal requirements which apply to record keeping will be considered. Common errors in record keeping will be highlighted through trainer led discussions and consideration of real case studies. Learning Objectives : • Understanding records as an integral part of professional care. • Appreciating how the professional is held to account for their practice and records. • Considering how records will be scrutinised. • Applying best practice principles to ensure records will stand up to scrutiny. • Identifying key factors in ensuring safe use of shared care records. • Considering the use of electronic records. • Analysing the implications of NHS Care Records Service. • Complying with Care Record Guarantees in practice. • Identifying common mistakes. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Bobath Module 3 - Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Conditions : The Patient with Established Movement Dysfunction by NCORE
Jan 10 - 11, 2019 | CME 10.00 | GBP £210 | Derby, England
Bobath Module 3 - Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Conditions : The Patient with Established Movement Dysfunction is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held from Jan 10 - 11, 2019 at London Road Community Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. The target audience for this medical event is Qualified Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists working in neurology who have already attended Bobath Module 1 and 2. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 10 Credits. This day BBTA module will include patient demonstrations, theoretical and practical sessions. It will focus on the assessment and treatment of the patient with more established movement dysfunction. Course Aims : • To discuss the pathophysiology and consequences to the patient with established movement dysfunction. • To build upon participants ability to analyse posture and movement. • To link the evidence base and clinical practice. Learning Outcomes : By the end of the course, the participants should be able to: • Explain the pathophysiology and consequences of UMN syndrome. • Demonstrate a deeper understanding of postural and movement control variations within the normal population. • Problem solve appropriate handling in individual models to align/activate distal key points. • Draw upon improved assessment and clinical reasoning skills to treat a patient with established movement dysfunction. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 14 - 16, 2019 | CME 17.50 | GBP £330 | Derby, England
Occupational Therapy for Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held from Jan 14 - 16, 2019 at Royal Derby Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 17.50 Credits. This workshop is specially designed for Occupational Therapists who work with children with Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD), including Developmental Dyspraxia, within the Mainstream School System. The course is suitable for therapists who are new in the field and also for experienced therapists who want to further expand and consolidate their knowledge into a systematic model of practice. A model for differentiating different levels of motor functions and dysfunctions will be introduced as a framework for evaluation and intervention. Assessment and treatment procedures will be discussed on the specific area, e.g. neuro-postural control, praxis, perceptual function and perceptual-motor skills, different gross and fine motor skills. Formal lectures, small group work, video presentation and case studies will be used throughout the course in order to disseminate the information effectively. Learning Outcomes : After completion of the course, the course participants will be able to: • Describe the development of the category of DCD that is now used as an umbrella term to include a range of motor dysfunction, including Developmental Dyspraxia. • Differentiate different levels of motor functions and dysfunctions. • Discuss the diagnostic criteria and issues related to different subtypes of DCD. • Outline a general framework in the evaluation and treatment of children with DCD. • Select appropriate assessment procedures and tools for different levels of motor function and dysfunction. • Explore and acquire skills in specific Occupational Therapy evaluation processes and treatment strategies for children with DCD. • Integrate the information presented into a specific Occupational Therapy Conceptual Model of Practice. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 17 - 18, 2019 | CME 9.00 | GBP £210 | Derby, England
Treatment and Exploration of Gait for Physiotherapists is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held from Jan 17 - 18, 2019 at London Road Community Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 9.00 Credits. This course is looking at gait analysis in the normal adult and exploring how inefficiencies/ compensatory strategies will impact on the gait pattern. The course will analyse gait through observation and handling (as in the norm in the clinical setting). It is aimed at the qualified therapist working with adults with acquired neurological damage and will be best suited to those who have a working knowledge of assessment of 'normals' and are currently, or have recently, worked in neurology. Course Aims : • To provide a structure for gait analysis in the neurological patient in community and/or hospital settings. • To develop a clinical reasoning process to analyse which body part to 'begin with' in treatment of gait. Learning Outcomes : By the end of the course the participant should be able to: • Briefly assess gait in the clinical setting. • Give clinical reasons for which aspects of gait should be treated and why. • Develop a treatment strategy to address an aspect of gait. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 21, 2019 | CME 5.50 | GBP £130 | Derby, England
A Study Day on Chronic Pain Management is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held on Jan 21, 2019 at London Road Community Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. The target audience for this medical event is clinicians working in physical rehabilitation/pain management settings including (Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Counsellors, Psychologists, Dietitians, and Doctors). This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 5.50 Credits. The study day will provide an opportunity to learn about rehabilitation in the context of adults presenting with chronic pain and: • Act as a refresher of basic knowledge and skills • Give you an opportunity to share latest innovations/research/theory-practice developments • Provide opportunities for learning and practice of some specific skills and strategies • Introduce you to strategies for dealing with roadblocks or obstacles to treatment change Specific Topics will include : • Introduction to pain management rehabilitation • The Gate Control Theory as a key underlying integrative foundation - linking physical and psychosocial elements • Physical reconditioning elements of pain management • Psychosocial/psychological aspects/ the CBT framework • Assessment issues/outcome/evaluation (e.g. what to measure) • Best practice in the development of a pain management rehabilitation service Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jan 23 - 24, 2019 | GBP £300 | Derby, England
Vestibular Rehabilitation / Dizziness for Occupational Therapists is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held from Jan 23 - 24, 2019 at Royal Derby Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. Dizziness is among the most common patient complaints and can complicate Occupational Therapy intervention. This course allows Occupational Therapists to evaluate and differentiate their patients dizziness. Using movement and exercise, Occupational Therapists can also effectively treat common causes of dizziness. This intense two day course covers the essentials of vestibular assessment and treatment. A strong emphasis is placed on clinical assessment, differential diagnosis and treatment selection. Delegates will be taught to identify signs and symptoms that indicate central/sinister pathology. The vestibular rehabilitation techniques included in the course have a strong evidence base. Discussion regarding the application of vestibular rehabilitation assessment and treatment in the context of Occupational Therapy and Scope of Practice will be included. The course content is particularly applicable to patient/client groups who are prone to falling. Course Aims : • Understand basic vestibular anatomy and physiology (semicircular canal orientation+function and the vestibulo-ocular reflex in particular) • Have an overview of the main vestibular pathologies • Take a relevant subjective history including vestibular special questions • Carry out a clinical oculomotor examination • Clinically assess the vestibulo-ocular reflex (dynamic visual acuity, infrared video analysis and head thrust test) • Clinically evaluate different types of nystagmus (central/sinister s peripheral/benign) • Carry out an appropriate outcome-based assessment of balance • Do positional testing for BPPV, interpret findings and treat using the appropriate manoeuvre (posterior, anterior and horizontal canal variants • Devise, evaluate and progress a patient-specific exercise-based rehabilitation programme • Understand how the content of the course could be integrated in the Occupational Therapy role.
Jan 24 - 25, 2019 | Derby, England
Managing Medical and Obstetric Emergencies and Trauma (mMOET) Course is organized by Advanced Life Support Group (ALSG) and will be held from Jan 24 - 25, 2019 at Royal Derby Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. Course Description: The mMOET course provides a high-level structured approach to recognition, resuscitation and treatment of medical emergencies and trauma in those with the altered physiology and anatomy of pregnancy. The physiological adjustments of pregnancy affect the responses of the mother to illness and injury, requiring resuscitation to be tailored to the pregnant patient. The aims of the course include: • To provide the knowledge, practical skills and procedures necessary to save the mother and fetus in life-threatening circumstances. • To present a senior systematic approach of Primary Survey, Resuscitation, Secondary Survey and Definitive Care, enabling the clinician to give the best patient care in complex situation. • To review trauma and medical emergencies in the pregnant patient, including triage and transfer. The online learning elements of the course deliver the knowledge components, preparing participants for the practical application of this knowledge during the face-to-face course. mMOET is aimed at the following grades and specialties: • Senior clinicians from multi-disciplinary specialties managing the care of pregnant women with medical emergencies and/or trauma. • Obstetricians, anaesthetists, specialist high risk/HDU midwives, physicians and emergency doctors and trauma specialists. Midwives can attend the course as an observer. • In obstetrics and gynaecology, Professors, Consultants, Staff Grades, Associate Specialists and Trust Doctors are automatically eligible. In a training grade candidates should have Part 2 MRCOG. • Anaesthetic candidates should have FRCA or equivalent • Staff and Associate Specialist doctors working regularly in obstetric anaesthesia are also eligible irrespective of FRCA status. • Emergency Medicine candidates should be Consultant, SpR or staff grade with a special interest in obstetric emergencies and trauma. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Derby British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) Hand Trauma Symposium is organized by Pulvertaft Hand Centre and will be held on Jan 25, 2019 at The Roundhouse, Derby, England, United Kingdom. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feb 01, 2019 | CPD 7.00 | GBP £155 | Derby, England
The Postoperative Shoulder: Optimising Outcomes is organized by National Centre of Rehabilitation Education (NCORE) and will be held on Feb 01, 2019 at London Road Community Hospital, Derby, England, United Kingdom. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 7 CPD hours. Conference Description : This one day considers how we can use the current literature to enhance postoperative outcomes, identify those patients at risk of poorer outcome and crucially what we can do about it. It will explore the role of early mobilisation and simple effective strategies to facilitate patient's postoperative recovery together with a consideration of different shoulder surgery groups. This day is planned to be fun and interactive and equip participants with skills they can immediately apply in their practice. Conference Aims : • To review the current literature regarding factors affecting outcome following shoulder surgery and how this informs a proactive approach to optimising surgical outcomes. • To consider the role of early mobilisation and other strategies to facilitate patient's postoperative recovery together with a consideration of different shoulder surgery groups. • To review the specifics of different shoulder surgery procedures. • To explore pre and postoperative management within a biopsychosocial model. Conference Objectives : • Understand key factors influencing outcome following shoulder surgery and how to address them. • Understand the role of early mobilisation and safe zone concepts together with simple strategies to facilitate postoperative recovery. • Understand the significance and rehabilitation implications of specific shoulder surgery procedures. • Appreciate the importance of approaching postoperative rehabilitation within a biopsychosocial model. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.