Rehabilitation in Critical Care Course 10-11th October 2017

Rehabilitation in the Critical Care Environment 10/11 October 2017
Course Description:

This two day course will focus on reviewing aspects of neurophysiology, its relevance to the clinical presentation of patients and rehabilitation interventions in the neuromedical and neurosurgical acute units. The course is for physiotherapists interested in neurology working in the acute environment. Participants should have completed the BBTA introductory module ‘What is normal movement’. Places are limited to 5 participants. Honorary contracts are required as this is a clinically based course, the teaching team will assist with this.

Course Aims:

 To provide an overview of the role of the systems model of motor control in the organisation of movement.
 To link theoretical aspects to the clinical presentation of patients with neurological deficits in the acute setting.
 To examine contemporary rehabilitation interventions with reference to current neurophysiology.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course the participant will have:

 Reviewed the neuroanatomy and function of key areas of motor control.
 Sufficient information to be able to relate pathology to clinical features in individuals with neurological deficits.
 An understanding of the rationale behind aspects of rehabilitation interventions in the treatment of individuals with neurological / neurosurgical conditions.

Cost: £200

Course Tutors: Ann Holland and Louise Platt

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Rehabilitation in Critical Care Course 10-11th October 2017

Rehabilitation in Critical Care Course 10-11th October 2017

Rehabilitation in the Critical Care Environment 10/11 October 2017 Course Description:

10/10/2017 - 11/10/2017
Rehabilitation in Critical Care Course 10-11th October 2017

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Course Details

Tutor: Ann Holland and Louise Platt
Contact: Alkida Domi
Tel: 02034483476
Email: a.domi@nhs.net
Venue:
National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery
Queen Square
London
WC1N 3BG