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Colette Ridehalgh
Current research interest: sub-profiling of people with spinally referred pain, assessment and management of nerve related MSK disorders, neuropathic pain.
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 11
critical appraisal of systematic reviews
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 11
Replying to @helschez
OMG- soo cute!!!
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 11
2 papers for you to check out re validity of knee tests alongside those on readng list Levers sign Dial test
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 11
Replying to @double_drax @debrakidd
I think you need to speak to your GP+/- pharmacist- mine has been telling me for at least the past 8 months that this is a growing problem affecting multiple medications. I guess you are only really aware if you actually need to pick up a prescription.
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 8
Replying to @PhysioMACP
I don’t think it’s always about their beliefs. I think most people understand what is “good for them”, they just don’t want to be lectured. Motivational interviewing useful strategy there.
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Kerry Glendon Nov 7
I can't thank the enough for awarding me a research bursary for my PhD study. The bursary means I can extend my data collection to produce much more meaningful results. Thank you!
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 8
It depends on your definition of EBP- if it takes into account the individual receiving the care and their preferences, the clinician (inc their experience and expertise) and appropriate extrapolation from research then yes!
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 6
Yes lots of issues with this study. And does agreement with orthopods always = best clinical decision making? Hmmm 🤔
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 5
Ooh this is worrying- can a final year Physiotherapy student take the role of an advanced practitioner? This paper suggests they can. Thoughts?? we might discuss this one!
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 5
It was a great session- I still keep laughing at the idea of over excited middle aged men. Who wouldn't?
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 5
Hot off the press re our topic today PPIVMS and PAIVMS nice work
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 5
try this link for CBD and pain
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 4
interesting paper after discussions today re CBD and pain (NOT CBT 😂)
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 2
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 2
Dr Jane Morris receiving her distinguished service award. So well deserved
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 1
Another Brighton Alumni pleasure to listen to fab presentation and great work
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 1
Great presentation by Julia Kuehl
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 1
@JackyssLai presenting his MSc dissertation
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 1
Subject close to my heart. Benefits of strength training reverses osteopenia as well as improvements in strength
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Colette Ridehalgh Nov 1
5 sits to stand one good measure of sarcopaenia
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