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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine
The BSRM represents doctors who practise in Rehabilitation Medicine in the UK. We support education and research in disabling conditions.
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Michele Nov 15
Great presentation... watch out for the Physical Management Guidelines in PDOC. Using expert consensus (n=33) when there is no evidence in the literature
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Anton Pick Nov 13
Rehabilitation services in the U.K. are too often disjointed and inaccessible for many. We have work to do to move from this ‘specialist’, exclusive model to full integration with routine care for all.
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Prof Marion Walker Nov 14
Looking forward to the University of Nottingham MSc Stroke Module. Three days sharing stroke rehabilitation evidence
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Nov 15
Upcoming Educational Events....... 6/12/19: Assistive Technology Training Day, Walton Centre, Liverpool 5/2/20 - 7/2/20: 4th Leeds Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Course, Leeds General Infirmary Check for details....
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The BMJ Nov 13
"In an era of burnout, worsening retention, and poor morale, it’s surely time for the NHS to cut down on unnecessary or repetitive admin that worsens our productivity, adds to stress, and takes time away from our patients"
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Nick Ward Nov 11
This is a really big deal for academic neurorehabilitation at Queen Square - a funded PhD programme in neurorehabilitation for junior doctors
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Nov 11
Have you secured your place at the vegetative and minimally conscious states conference on the 18th November at the RCP London?
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Royal College of Occupational Therapists Nov 10
Today is the very last day of ! Let's make sure it's the best one yet - please share your stories on social media and on our story wall:
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Nov 10
Latest Cochrane Rehabilitation Newsletter.....
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Nov 10
A great example of the value of post-acute rehabilitation.
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LXKing Nov 9
“Make a commitment to community rehabilitation in your manifestos Mandate NHS England to improve the quality and accessibility of community rehabilitation services Amend the NHS Constitution to make people’s existing rights to community rehabilitation clearer and more explicit”
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Neil Bindemann Nov 6
Great time to bring this important document to the attention of your local MP. Mine was very receptive when I met him.
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Nov 4
Replying to @BSRehabMed
Leeds Musculoskeletal Rehab is open for booking!
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Oct 28
Congratulations to Dr Abayomi Salawu, Hull York Medical School Outstanding Health Professional of the Year.
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Oct 16
Certificates and cheques in the post!
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⚫🖤Felicity McKee Oct 4
More information on the development of the Disability History Archive
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British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine Oct 5
Learn about the updated RCP guidance from the experts...
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Merseyside ACPIN Sep 30
Fredericke Van Wijke is Professor of neurological rehabilitation at Glasgow Caledonian University. She will talk on translating what patient's 'can do' into what they 'do do'. Buy tickets here!!
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