COVID REHAB – Lives Have Been Saved, They Now Need to be Made Worth Living

The fourth webinar in our series, ‘COVID REHAB – Lives Have Been Saved, They Now Need to be Made Worth Living‘ took place on Wednesday 11 November, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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Tags: COVID-19

The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 11 November 2020 for the fourth in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30: Matthew Wyatt, Consultant Physiotherapist & Clinical Lead (South) Connect Health and Associate Director (Clinical Excellence) MSK Reform – Opening remarks from the chair

12.40: Emma Ladds, General Practice Academic Clinical Fellow, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford – will highlight what do we mean by Long COVID and what implications does this have for primary/community care?

12.50: Dr John Etherington CBE, President at The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK, Medical Director Pure Sports Medicine – will discuss advocacy for developing a COVID rehabilitation programme and where we are now.

13.00Prof Trish Greenhalgh, Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences and Fellow of Green Templeton College at the University of Oxford – will ask can long COVID be adequately treated within existing services, or is there a need to commission new services?

13.10: Jack ChewDirector MSKReform, Physiotherapist – will consider the role of Rehab Recruits campaign for MSK Therapists seeking an efficient and strategic deployment in the NHS

13.20: Q&A

13.45: End


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