A multi-disciplinary approach to 24-hour postural management in severe acquired brain injury
Tuesday 19 September
The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) provides specialist rehabilitation and long-term care to meet the complex needs of adults with acquired brain injury and long-term neurological conditions.
The RHN is thrilled to offer a study day to explore MDT approaches to 24-hour postural management. The course will highlight the challenges of chronic immobility, interdisciplinary working, enhancing function and development of patient centred 24-hour postural care.
Delegates will hear from a range of expert clinicians from across the RHN services with a wealth of experience in supporting patients with complex 24-hour postural needs. The day will invite clinical discussion, problem solving, case examples and practical demonstrations.
- Understand the importance of a patient centred approach to 24-hour postural management.
- Identify how a collaborative MDT approach can enhance development and modification of 24-hour postural management programs.
- Understand the physiological changes observed in this patient population and the role of long-term interventions and supporting skilled monitoring.
- To understand the foundations of postural management assessment and common challenges.
This study day is suitable for
Clinicians working with adults with severe brain injury throughout the healthcare system and is an excellent opportunity to build on foundation knowledge, share your experience with colleagues and generate ideas for future practice.
Clinical lead Physiotherapist – Brain Injury service
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
For more information please call 020 8780 4500 ext 5141 or email email@example.com