There are a number of training resources available for the Allied Health Professional (AHP)
Useful courses and training links can be found below
Chartered Society of Physiotherapists – events – click here
Spinal Injury Association click here
University of Salford – MSc Advanced Physiotherapy click here
TalkingMats – Improving Communication in Disability click here
Trauma Care webinars click here
Queen Mary’s Hospital Roehampton Amputation Training
A 4 day course is usually run in the Spring – April/May, and a 2 day course is run in October.
The 4 day course. This comprehensive course is designed for therapists and nurses who are working with amputees on a regular basis. The course covers post-operative care, pain management, pre-prosthetic management, prosthetic considerations for all levels; aims of gait re-education and gait training. There are also several practical sessions to assess and interact with amputees.
There is the opportunity to participate in the full 4 days of the course or just selected individual days.
The 2 day course. This course is designed for therapists and nurses as an introduction to the care of the lower limb amputee, predominantly the dysvascular/diabetic amputee. Areas covered will include: post-operative care, prosthetic considerations for each level; aims of gait re-education.
The course provides the opportunity to interact with amputees.
Rehab and Function post-trauma (RAFT)
A multidisciplinary multi-day interactive short course in the rehabilitation of the severely injured patient delivered by an expert faculty from various backgrounds across London.
This course runs as a three one-day live webinar series on the London Trauma School platform in late Spring of each year.
RAFT 2022 will run Thursday 9th, Wednesday 15th, and Thursday 23rd June 2022
For more information click here