Education – the passport to the future: Supporting our clinicians from graduation to advanced practice

The eighth webinar in our series, ‘Education – the passport to the future: Supporting our clinicians from graduation to advanced practice‘ took place on Wednesday 10 February, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 10 February 2021 for the eighth in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30: Amanda Hensman-CrookConsultant MSK physiotherapist, Health Education England (HEE) AHP clinical fellow – Opening remarks from the chair.

12.40: Dr Neil LangridgeNHS Consultant Physiotherapist Southern Health NHS Trust, Visiting Fellow at University of Winchester, President of APPN (Advanced Practice Physiotherapy Network) and Education Lead at MACP (Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) – The need for education to be able to support the implementation of the roadmap for Advanced Clinical Practice in MSK physiotherapy.

12.50: Ashley JamesNational Clinical Education Lead, Connect Health – introduces the Academy – Effective and practical implementation of portfolio education at a large scale.

13.00: Dr Giles HazanGPwER MSK Medicine, Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust, BASEM Education Committee Member, RCGP Representative (MSK) and Versus Arthritis Core Skills Trainer – will discuss the central role of developing the GP standards and GPwER education and accreditation.

13.10: Kay HurstSenior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Psychology & Social Care, Manchester Metropolitan University – The route to advanced practice and the role of HEI.

13.20: Q&A

13.45: End

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