Now that we are getting back after the Festive break, which seems a distant memory now, we wanted to bring you details of a few activities coming up in the next few months.

Learning how to use the Therapy Outcome Measures,
11th February, Central Birmingham

This is our TOMsfirst TOMs workshop of 2020 providing participants with a grounding in the key drivers behind the implementation of outcome measures across the NHS along with the core principles behind the development of the Therapy Outcome Measure (TOM). Prof Pam Enderby will also take delegates through how to use the TOMs for collecting and measuring outcomes data on clients receiving treatments, including practical case study discussion. The day will include both theoretical and practical components. To book on of the remaining places click here

If you have already been through this workshop and wish to attend our Train the Trainers workshop in March, also in Birmingham, please email in to info@communitytherapy.org.uk

NAIDEX Show
17th and 18th of March, NEC, Birmingham

NAIDEXNaidex, Europe’s most established event dedicated to the future of healthcare and independent living, is back for its 46th anniversary on the 17th & 18th of March 2019, at Birmingham’s NEC! This year, you’ll find 300 inspirational seminars, 400 world-class exhibitors, expert-led panel debates and countless networking opportunities. What’s more, the show provide healthcare professionals and carers with two days of fully focused, interactive and CPD accredited demonstrations, courtesy of the much loved Moving & Handling Lab. With all this lined up, Naidex will once again become the hub of the disability sector, offering all the innovations that are improving accessibility and inclusion, as well as empowering people with a disability. Register for your FREE ticket here

Neurodigest – Issue 5

NAIDEXLook out for you next issue of Neurodigest, which many of you should receive a copy of in the post. If you’ve already subscribed to receive a copy, don’t worry you can read all the article online at www.neurodigest.co.uk.This issue include details of this fascinating study relating to the Gut-Brain connection, which you can read from here. You will also find some excellent articles relating to the ketogenic diet and also, a beautifully written and heartfelt article from Speech and Language Therapists, Helen Spear entitled, “It’s your future…and allied healthcare professionals are here to help you make everything of it that you can. which you can read from here.

To read past copies of the CTN Newsletter click here

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