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This workshop will outline a clinical reasoning process for the analysis and training of walking after stroke Workshop format This workshop will be presented over 2 x 4-hr sessions and will be run via Zoom from 6pm to 10pm Sydney, Australia time. Participants will be asked to complete homework before each session. Target audience: Physiotherapists, [...]

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Description: Constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) is recommended in Australian (and other) stroke guidelines as an evidence-based therapy for arm recovery. Yet national audits show that only 12% of eligible Australian stroke survivors receive CIMT. Barriers to CIMT delivery include limited knowledge, skills, confidence, personnel and equipment. This 3-part workshop will describe what should be included [...]

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This workshop runs as 2x4 hour sessions on Tues 29th Nov and Tues 13th Dec 2022, 6pm-10pm Sydney time. The workshop uses lectures, practical sessions and video case studies to provide clinicians with evidence-based training strategies for effective balance training with people of differing levels of disability, including older adults with falls risk, stroke survivors [...]

This workshop runs as 2x4 hour sessions on 30th November and 14th December 2022, 7pm-11pm Sydney time. This workshop will outline the evidence for increased practice in rehabilitation and practical strategies to increase amounts of practice Target audience - health professionals working in an inpatient, outpatient or community rehabilitation setting Workshop format - this workshop [...]

The coaching workshop: Evidence-based coaching skills for rehabilitation professionals will be held ONLINE via zoom This session will be held over 2 mornings for 4 hours each. Presenters: Karl Schurr (Physiotherapist) & Dr. Annie McCluskey (Occupational Therapist) Cost: HETI funded. Applicants: Internal LHD staff only Contact person for enquiries and registration: Ashleigh Fulton Ashleigh.fulton@health.nsw.gov.au

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