UE kursus 2020 Glostrup – Aflyst
november 25 - november 273600DKK
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Det er igen lykkedes Dansk Selskab for Neurologisk Fysioterapi at få de australske undervisere til Danmark. Denne gang til Glostrup, Grindsted og Hammel. Det er i november og december 2020, at der er kurser og tema-aftener med underviserne. Kurserne og tema-aftenerne foregår på engelsk.
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UE kurser 2020
Sted og tid:
3-dags UE-kursus 2020 Glostrup: 25/11, 26/11 og 27/11
Adresse: Valdemars Hansensvej 13, indgang 3. 2600 Glostrup
Deltagere: 22 Fysioterapeuter på hvert kursus. Kun fysioterapeuter som er medlem af Dansk Selskab for Neurologisk Fysioterapi kan deltage. Man kan melde sig ind og deltage.
Pris: 3600kr for 3-dags kursus, incl. forplejning under kurset.
Tilmelding: via www.neurofysioterapi.dk – bindende tilmelding og max. 3 pr. arbejdsplads (for at sikre geografisk spredning. Hvis kurset ikke fyldes op kan flere end 3 fra samme arbejdsplads deltage)
Evidence-Based Retraining of Lower Limb skills after Stroke
This course has been developed over the last 20 years and continues to evolve as new evidence is published. The background to the development of this workshop was the clear need for an evidence informed workshop for therapists which included the following features:
- Biomechanics of movement: Inclusion of published scientific observations of skills such as sitting balance, standing up, walking, ascent and decent of stairs and There is now sufficient scientific knowledge of the kinematics (“what we see”) and kinetics (the forces that cause what we see”) to clearly outline the essential features of these skills.
- Essential components of skills: Lists are provided of the common features (essential components) of how people move. These lists of essential components are used for comparison with people who have movement difficulties
- Analysis of abnormal movement: The essential components of these skills are used to analyse people with movement problems. Video tapes of stroke survivors are used initially to practise analysis These analysis skills are then used to analyse stroke survivors in clinical sessions on each of the 3 days.
- Knowledge of current evidence of effective interventions: Review of current stroke guidelines and high quality published evidence of effective interventions are presented and discussed to help clinicians provide the best current interventions for people they are The workshop aims to assist therapists to understand and distinguish the differences between evidence and opinion.
• Knowledge of effective coaching skills: Current evidence of effective teaching strategies which optimise the learning environment for people after brain injury is presented. Clinicians then practise and evaluate their own coaching skills in clinical sessions with stroke survivors.
The course manual provides all of the powerpoint slides, an extensive reference list for clinicians to use, as well as worksheets which are used in the clinical sessions. These worksheets can be used to practice clinical skills after the course. Therapists are encouraged to use the manual for their own clinical continuing education with work colleagues.
Target audience: The course will be of interest to physiotherapists, who teach and train adults following stroke and acquired brain impairment. The focus is on lower limb retraining and involves practical sessions with stroke participants.
Course participants: The small cohort of therapists participating the course enables groups of 3 to work with stroke participants and receive feedback about analysis, training strategies and coaching skills from presenters during clinical sessions.
|Karl Schurr||Karl is a physiotherapy clinician, researcher and educator. He has over 30 years experience in stroke, brain injury and aged care rehabilitation in Australia and the UK.
Research and publications: Karl has published 27 peer reviewed journal articles and been awarded over $1 million in research funding. His research focuses on methods to increase exercise intensity, dosage, and evaluating the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions for stroke survivors and older people.
|Simone is a physiotherapy clinician, researcher and educator. She has 20+ years experience in stroke, brain injury and aged care rehabilitation. Simone is a senior lecturer at the Australian Catholic University in North Sydney.
Research and publications: Simone has published 12 peer reviewed journal articles. Her research focuses on the relationship between loss of strength and activity limitations and strategies to increase practice intensity in rehabilitation and improve outcomes.
Learning objectivesThis workshop aims to increase participants’:
- Awareness of the key aspects of a being an evidence based clinician
- Ability to apply that knowledge to the rehabilitation of people following stroke or traumatic brain injury
- Knowledge of the biomechanics of sitting and standing, standing-up and sitting-down and walking
- Ability to analyse movement problems in these skills, taking into account neural, biomechanical, musculoskeletal and environmental factors
- Ability to distinguish between compensations and missing essential components
- Ability to plan and implement appropriate training strategies for the analysedmovement problems
- Ability to objectively evaluate the effectiveness of the chosen training strategy
- Ability appropriately modify these training strategies in response to changes in the patient’s performance
- Ability to critically evaluate and modify teaching skills to optimise practice, training and motivation
3-dags UE kursusprogram
|8:00||Housekeeping, introductions; workshop overview|
|8.15||Session 1||Evidence-based practice|
|9:15||Session 2||Impairments after stroke|
|10:20||Session 3||Increasing strength in very weak muscles|
|11:00||Session 4||Intensity of practice|
|11:30||Session 5||Balance and postural adjustments|
|13:15||Session 6||Sitting: Biomechanics, analysis and evidence-based intervention|
|14:00||Session 7||Standing: Biomechanics, analysis and evidence-based intervention|
|15:30||Session 8||Clinical session 1: Assessment and analysis of stroke survivors by presenters|
|16.30||Discussion and questions|
|8.00||Discussion of issues from day 1|
|8:15||Session 9||Standing up: Biomechanics, analysis and evidence-based intervention|
|10:20||Session 10||Walking: biomechanics|
|11:30||Session 11||Being a coach|
|13:15||Session 12||Clinical session 2: Review of overnight practice|
|14:00||Session 13||Clinical session 3: Clinical session with stroke survivors in 8 small groups|
|16:00||Discussion and questions|
|8:00||Discussion of issues from day 2 – Clinical issues?|
|8.00||Session 14||Review of walking biomechanics|
|9:00||Session 15||Walking: Analysis|
|10:20||Session 16||Walking: Evidence-based intervention|
|11:30||Session 17||Muscle testing and progression – practical|
|13:15||Session 18||Clinical session 4: Review of stroke survivor’s practice & progression|
|14:30||Session 19||Clinical session 5: Analysis & training of new stroke survivor in small groups|
|16:00||Review of clinical session, Statement of personal goals.|
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