Therapy Outcome Measures – Online Training
We have scheduled the following online TOMs training courses with Professor Pam Enderby:
Learning how to use the TOMs, 4th June
For further details and to book on this course, which will be held using Zoom, please click here
TOMs – Train the trainers, 20th May and 14th July
This course is only for healthcare professionals who have been through the standard training day on how to use the TOMs. The course is designed to take you through the key steps of how to teach colleagues in your organisation how to use the TOMs, to ensure consistency and accuracy of the data you will collect with the TOM.
To apply for a place at this workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.orgClick Here
#Trauma: Living Through and Beyond
9th November 2020
It was as a result of being invited to participate in a workshop for the NHS England Elective Care Transformation programme on the Neurosurgery Pathway that Neil Bindemann suddenly thought of looking on Twitter. The reason, to see if his personal experience plus what had gone through his mind during the day’s activities made sense. They did and this talk, at the NAIDEX show, will outline those thoughts and there relevance to trauma and the rehabilitation world.
Click below to attend this session and other thought provoking talks for free.Click Here
This workshop, is to be run as a virtual workshop, and a date will be announced soon. It will focus on working with people with acquired neurological conditions and will be lead by two leading experts in the field, Mark Jayes, a speech and language therapist, with specialist knowledge of Mental Capacity Assessment and Anna Volkmer, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and speech and language therapist. The practical workshop will help you get to grips with assessment of mental capacity, with a particular focus on working with people with acquired neurological conditions.
The link below will take you through the booking website, which is to be updated soon with additional details, including a revised price, and the date for the online workshop.Click Here
ebrain, run by the Joint Neurosciences Council, represents the largest, most comprehensive web-based training multimedia facility in clinical neurosciences to support both training and Continuous Professional Development for those working in relevant fields. Get free access by joining the P-CNS.Click Here
The Inflamed Mind By Professor Ed Bullmore
We are delighted to be featuring the work of Prof Ed Bullmore, who in this fascinating book reveals the breakthrough new science on the link between depression and inflammation of the body and brain..Click Here
Managing Complex Neurological Conditions in the Community
Wherever you work, be it primary, secondary or community care, the presentations from this event which took place in June this year, will introduce you to some fabulous work that is going on around the country to support the management of patients in the communityClick Here
Evidencing the ‘Value’ of Rehabilitation: How to present outcomes data to support your service.
Presented at NAIDEX, March 2019, NEC, Birmingham
Dr Steven Ariss discussed why and how rehabilitation services and teams need to be analysing and interpreting outcomes date to present the data in way to inform to how service standards can be improved. His presentation which you can access, focused on the on how the Therapy Outcome Measuses (TOMs) can and is being used by services across the UK and how it is helping services to gain in confidence by implementing an outcome measurement that provides key information needed to support the commissioning of a service.Click Here
This is new project that the P-CNS has worked in partnership with the International Brain Tumour Alliance (IBTA) and ACNR. Through our association with Neurodigest, the CTN is also pleased to highlight the need for primary care and community based services to provide appropriate support for people living with brain tumours and highlight the work of AHPs in supporting the quality of life and mental health of people living through a brain tumour experience.Click Here