Launching PIPPA: Patient Involvement in the PPA
Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) Patient Representatives Christine P (Tina) and Louise Trewern are launching PIPPA (Patient Involvement in the PPA), a group for patients and carers who are interested in shaping and informing the work of the PPA.
Accessible Resources Collated
PPA Equality and Diversity Officer, Despina Karargyri has collated links for physiotherapists to support people living with pain who need who require adapted or interpreted materials.
Pilot commenced for Therapeutic Interactions and Person Centred Care Skills
The pilot has just commenced for a training package that the PPA has developed in partnership with the HIN South London and Prof Frank Keefe of Duke University.
Physiotherapy Pain Association Survey
The PPA Committee seeks your views through the PPA Survey.
The PPA contributes to CSP Spotlight webinars championing community rehabilitation
The PPA contributed to the CSP webinars on "Supporting Self Management" and "Pain", which highlighted the value of Co-production and Patient Involement in service design and improvement.
Comment on the draft NICE Guidance for Chronic Pain
The Physiotherapy Pain Association is a registered stakeholder for the draft NICE Guidance on Chronic Pain and welcomes comment to form the response.
The PPA urges medical body to tackle ‘inaccurate’ claims appearing in new publication
Ian A McMillan reports for Physio Update
Mind the Gap: lived experience and inequity - blog and podcasts
How do we take action to address the inequalities we see in every level of practice?
Chronic Pain: Information About Transitioning to Adult Services
The Walton Centre Pain Management Team have put together a resource for patients transitioning from paediatric to adult services.
New Patient Representative Welcomed to the PPA Committee
Louise Trewern has been appointed as a Patient Representative to the Physiotherapy Pain Association Executive Committee.