Introduction to Applied Ergonomics for Physiotherapists – online (Module 1) + face to face (Module 2) 16/11/23Birmingham, UK - venue to be confirmed in September 2023,
ACPOHE Study Day and AGM 2023 17/11/23University of Birmingham, UK,
Do you have experience of working as an Occupational Health Physiotherapist in the Performing Arts?
ACPOHE has had a request from the ACPSEM regarding a ten minute slot at a virtual talk on Wednesday 27th September, 19:00 - 20:30.
The briefing is:
"To talk about Occupational Medicine and how it relates to performers, and to share with those attending the role of ACPOHE."
If you would like to present, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Nominations for the King’s Honours List
The Department of Health and Social Care have been in touch with the CSP to encourage nominations for the King’s Honours List.
Vocational Rehabilitation Tool Kit For Stroke Patients Is Here!
Heather McLellan has represented ACPOHE and has been involved in creating this fantastic resource for clinicians. We are delighted to let you know that the VR toolkit and e-learning has now gone live and can be accessed here.
OH consultation - Government plans released!
The CSP Charitable Trust Applications
CSP Annual Conference 2023 - funded places and opportunities for support
Thanks to the generous support of the CSP Charitable Trust, the CSP is offering funded places and support to CSP members who would otherwise not be part of the 2023 conferences, to attend and benefit from the opportunities for development, networking and the sharing of knowledge and expertise.
ACPOHE Attends ARC 2023
ACPOHE Committee members Colette Owen and Pauline Austin, from our Membership team, attended the CSP's 32nd Annual Representative Conference (ARC) in Manchester in June 2023.
Pauline has very kindly written about their experience here.
University of Nottingham: Employer-stroke survivor toolkit PhD studyUniversity of Nottingham: Employer-stroke survivor toolkit PhD study
The University of Nottingham is inviting anyone in an occupational role involving staff responsibility to attend a workshop as part of their Employer-stroke survivor toolkit PhD study. Experience of stroke or the return-to-work process is not necessary.