This course introduces the theory and evidence base for a cognitive behavioural approach to pain-related sleep problems. The assessment of sleep problems is linked to individualised treatment planning and there is emphasis on practical skills development. This course is targeted at all physiotherapists and other clinicians who aim to enhance their knowledge and develop skills to support patients with pain-related sleep problems. For further information, see linked document above.
Andrew is a co-editor of “Sleep: multi-professional perspectives” (2012) and of “An Occupational Therapist's Guide to Sleep and Sleep Problems” (2014). Andrew is a Specialist Occupational Therapist with nearly 20 years' experience in an NHS sleep disorder clinic and 10 years in the North Bristol NHS Trust pain management service, now working as an independent practitioner.
Pete is a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist working in North Bristol NHS Trust in the Pain Management Service and the Bristol Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME Service.
Bristol Royal Infirmary is in the heart of Bristol and is easily accessed by train and air. Bristol airport is well serviced by budget airlines and there are a wide range of accommodation options.
Please note: Reservation is a contract. Cancellations must be made in writing and will be subject to a 10% administration charge. No refunds will be made for cancellations notified within seven days of the event, but substitute delegates will be accepted at any time. Once the PPA have had confirmation that your payment has been received, the administrator will be in touch within a few days to confirm receipt of payment and to request further information such as any dietary requirements, or special needs.
Closing date for applications: Thursday 12th March.