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London ACPIN
London branch of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology. Keep up to date with news and events.
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Louise Connell 1h
Exciting opportunity to come and work with us... Research Fellow in Rehabilitation. Please share
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Dr Angie Logan Dec 8
Are you a physiotherapist considering a clinical academic career? This FREE workshop is a collaboration between & I’ve attended one previously & I highly recommend attending.
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Dr Jenny Preston MBE Dec 6
We need your expertise to take part in a study aimed at understanding how best to deliver MDT care to people with MND. See attached for more information on this study. Please click on the following link to register your interest
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Geert Verheyden Dec 5
Happy to share the slides of my talk earlier today at on screening, assessment, prevalence and recovery of deficits in the after
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Prof Coralie English Dec 4
For those in our session on after , follow and check out publications from for feasibility and 'hacks' for helping people who can't walk to
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Ulrike Hammerbeck Dec 4
Come to see our poster 115. Neglect after stroke. SSNAP data analysis of prevalence of neglect and the association with outcome.
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Neurorehab at UCLP Dec 3
Come and join us for the CNR Christmas debate - current outcome measures in neurorehab - what are they good for! Free registration here
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London ACPIN Dec 2
Sharing his app to help and other neuro conditions too!
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Amanda Strawson Dec 2
Even a little bit of sit to stand with carers can change BP management and reduce sedentary behaviour after stroke
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London ACPIN Dec 2
You need to give people things to do if we want to break up sedentary time in . Much less time in incidental activity during the day in stroke!
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Amanda Strawson Dec 2
Sitting happens when there is nothing else to do- we need to consider meaningful activities after
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London ACPIN Dec 2
Really looking forward to sharing her amazing work on and sedentary behaviour
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London ACPIN Dec 1
Replying to @SteedAideen
Yes Aideen we are happy to. Please email us or DM us and we will be in touch. Thank you
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Helen Weaver Nov 28
In a months time we will all be making that standard work related new years resolution to invest more in our CPD. Well why wait?! Treat yourself now, it's Christmas! 💪👍👊👏
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Michele Nov 28
Ready for an MSc? This is a fantastic module run by Sally Davenport. With a fantastic list of speakers!
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London ACPIN Nov 28
are putting a call out for any members or other region members who are keen to present their research or local service evaluation work at our research study morning on 7th March 2020. Please send expressions of interest to london@acpin.net or DM please
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ACPIN Nov 27
You still have time to make nominations for the ACPIN 🏅! See below for details 👇 For a nomination form and Guidance notes, please email Catherine Blackwell - secretary@acpin.net
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London ACPIN Nov 27
We are so looking forward to our next evening event with on Mon 2nd Dec sharing her research on breaking up sedentary time post stroke. We are thrilled to also have sharing their fabulous app which is being used for that very thing in
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ACPIN Nov 26
Don't miss out on the early bird offer! Tickets are £200 for both days, for a limited time. Book your tickets via the website
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Physioplus Nov 21
FREE course for members! Are you familiar with the ASIA Assessment and the varied outcome measures which can be used to monitor impairment as a result of spinal cord injury? Learn more here:
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