ACPOHE regularly runs webinars to share new information, guidance and education around topics pertaining to work and health. These webinars are open access with the content targeted at physiotherapists and other health professionals interested or practicing in this field.
Our webinars may be a series or stand-alone. Most webinars will be free to attend although we may charge a small fee to non-members to cover delivery costs on occasion and will be delivered by Zoom. Recordings will be shared with everyone that signs up. ACPOHE members will be able to access additional resources via the members area of the website and additional communication via the monthly e-newsletter. Want to find out more about ACPOHE membership? Click here.
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2021 Webinar Schedule:
If you can't attend the live webinar, please check back below for a link to the recording.
22/06/21 - 12:00 - 13:00 - Glyn Smyth - Understanding and Overcoming Chronic Pain – A new paradigm - click here for more info and to book your place.
Date TBC - Management of long COVID in the workplace CASE STUDIES - details coming soon.
Date TBC - How to have a work conversation in primary care 2 - details coming soon.
Date TBC - Workplace MSD risk factors - details coming soon.
09/09/21 - MSK wellbeing in teachers - details coming soon.
2021 Webinar Recordings:
Competency in Work and Health for First Contact Practitioners – An Introduction
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Management of long COVID in the workplace
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Topic: Introduction to the Journal of Physiotherapy in Work and Health.
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2020 Webinar Recordings:
Topic: Working from home - what really matters? Followed by the ACPOHE AGM.