CSP & NICE Update - 29th November 2013
Below are some of the recent output from NICE and CSP - includingNeuropathic Pain - Pharmacologic Managment - PPA feedback on pg 88Spinal Cord Stimulation in Chronic Pain of neuropathic or ischaemic orginCSP Consultation of Fitness to Work documentInvitation to NICE - Local Government Refere
NEW! - Topical Issues in Pain - Now Relaunched!!
A series of books based on the work of the Physiotherapy Pain Association and its study days is
being made available free to physiotherapy schools. CSP member Philippa Tindle said: ‘We have 200 copies of the books that we want to donate to the 36 schools of physiotherapy.’
The multi-authored text
PPA Draft Competencies - Membership Consultation
Describing the values, behaviours, knowledge & skills of physiotherapists working with people in pain – A consultation October 2013
The Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) have been working in partnership with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) to develop a framework to describe the leve
Invitation to Hyeprmobility Survey
Hypermobility and Hypermobility Syndrome
Hypermobility syndrome is increasingly acknowledged as a factor behind musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Although physiotherapy is an essential part of its management, there is little published evidence about the common approaches us
Professional Networks Chairs Forum - Unconfirmed Minutes
NICE Current Guideline Developments
NICE Osteoarthritis Consultation Document
Masters CSP Funding
Funding for Masters students - CSP
New CSP Research Priorities Masters Dissemination Awards of £500, financed by the CSP Charitable Trust, have been set up to:fund members undertaking post-registration Masters research projects to disseminate their findingsdevelop the evidence
FW: James Lind Alliance and Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Research Priorities for Hip and Knee replacement for Osteoarthritis
Have you had, or are you considering a hip and/or knee replacement because you have osteoarthri5s?
Are you a health professional working in this area, or a carer?
If so please help us.
NICE Phrenic Nerve Transfer consultation
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) will be consulting on the safety and efficacy of Phrenic nerve transfer in brachial plexus injury as part of its Interventional Procedures Programme (IPP). Public consultation is for four weeks and runs between 19th July 2013 - 16th A