ACPOHE Live Fit note Best Practice Workshop 12/01/24
Applications and/or nominations for the CSP professional awards are now open
Applications and/or nominations for the CSP professional awards are now open.
To find out more about how to nominate please visit: https://www.csp.org.uk/about-csp/how-we-work/awards
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ACPOHE's 2023 Minutes now available
ACPOHE's 2023 AGM Minutes now available - please click on the link below to view them.View ACPOHE's 2023 AGM Minutes
Functional Rehabilitation: Organisational and Individual Perspectives - face to face course
Recruiting for University of Nottingham's Pain at Work Feasibility Trial
Wendy Chaplin, a researcher for the University of Nottingham's Pain at Work Trial, is running a trial of a toolkit called Pain at Work which is designed to help people manage chronic pain at work. It’s an online package with the option of getting support from an occupational therapist over the phone with tips and advice on how to manage pain in the workplace (e.g., reasonable adjustments, self-care, etc):
ACPOHE Study Day 2023 - Chair’s Round Up
On Friday 17th November, ACPOHE hosted our 2023 study day and AGM. It was a huge success and was fantastic to see so many members attending and participating in rich discussion throughout the day.
The morning offered educational sessions, led by external, expert speakers. Greet Jannsens and Stephanie Phillips, with contributions from Saadiyah Hussein, colleagues from the CSP DisAbility network discussed the importance of breaking down barriers in the workplace whilst Heather McLellan, OH Physiotherapist presented on the importance of vocational rehabilitation in the workplace and the recently published stroke vocational rehabilitation guidelines. Heather provided a very personal and honest case study and Greet and Steph opened up important discussions on the application of reasonable adjustments in the workplace.
AGILE East Webinar: MDT Engagement in Prevention of Hospital-Associated-Deconditioning 30/11/23
Now available: ACPOHE's Pay and Grading Guidance 2023-2024
The CSP continues to advise ACPOHE that the biggest influencer on pay and grading changes, both for physiotherapists working in the NHS and for private organisations, needs to come from the Agenda for Change.
With industrial action, and in some cases, negotiations continuing to take place, this has delayed ACPOHE's guidance. Therefore, the following guidance is based on CSP guidance on where pay awards are at this time.
Our Pay and Grading Guidance 2023-2024 document is now available - click on the link below.
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Introduction to Applied Ergonomics for Physiotherapists – online - 21/06/24
Office Ergonomics (DSE) level 1 online blended learning course (includes 2 units) 01/03/24