Skidmore et al 2023
Supplementary material for Skidmore et al. 2023
Browne and Ryan 2023
Appendices for Browne and Ryan, 2023.
Training physiotherapists in psychologically informed practice using a novel online approach
Innovation Collaboration Inclusion
The Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) champions physiotherapists working across all
specialities in contemporary physiotherapy practice, drawing on biopsychosocial and
narrative approaches to support people living
Resources including websites, books and research articles on Compassion in pain management compiled by Dr Sandra Wiltshire, Principle Clinical Psychologist, OPTIMISE, Pain Rehabilitation Service, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
PPA Webinar: Reflections on Digital Consultations
The PPA hosted a webinar on 4th June 2020 in response to the need for delivering consultations online due to COVID-19. The webinar recording is available here.
Resources from the webinar have also been collated and are accessible here.
PPA Webinar: Online Pain Management Groups
The PPA hosted a webinar on 29th May 2020 in response to the need to deliver group rehabilitation online due to COVID-19. The recording of the webinar is available here.
PPA Webinar: Managing Pain - Skilful Conversations and Interactions
Pain Management: Conversations and Interactions
This Open Access Webinar by Clair Jacobs and Leila Heelas on behalf of the PPA.
The aim of the webinar is to promote the understanding of pain and the challenges of managing patients with multiple comorbidities and often complex long term
PPA Physiotherapy Framework - entry level graduate to expert
Download the framework document here