Course

The Shoulder – a Simple Evidence-Based Approach

Teacher Marcus Bateman
Dates 26-27 October 2019
Max participants 36
Location Bologna, Italy
Certificate / Credits Yes / Yes (16 ECM)
Type of course Theoretical & Practical
Course features
Research & Evidence Based
Theoretical foundation
Hands-on/practical sessions
2 days of high quality learning content
Course in English with translation in Italian
Medical Doctors, Physical Therapists, medicine & physiotherapy students and professionals equivalent to PT’s can register for this course
Teacher
BSc (Hons) MSc IP MCSP, Consultant Upper Limb Physiotherapist, Derby Shoulder Unit, University Hospitals Derby & Burton NHS Foundation Trust
Marcus Bateman has specialised in treating patients with shoulder and elbow problems since...
Course program
  • 9:30AM-10:00AM

    Introduction and objectives

  • 10:00AM-10:45AM

    Anatomy & Pathologies

  • 10:45AM-11:00AM

    Break

  • 11:00AM-11:45AM

    Shoulder Trauma & Red Flags

  • 11:45AM-12:30PM

    Neurological Disorders (including practical)

  • 12:30PM-1:30PM

    Lunch

  • 1:30PM-2:30PM

    The Stiff Shoulder

  • 2:30PM-3:45PM

    Shoulder Instability - 1st part (including practical)

  • 3:45PM-4:00PM

    Break

  • 4:00PM-5:30PM

    Shoulder Instability - 2nd part (including practical)

  • 5:30PM

    Questions & end of the 1st day

  • 8:30AM-10:30AM

    Rotator Cuff-related Pain (including practical)

  • 10:30AM-10:45AM

    Break

  • 10:30AM-11:30AM

    Sporting Shoulder Injuries

  • 11:30AM-12:30PM

    Shoulder Imaging

  • 12:30PM-1:30PM

    Lunch

  • 1:30PM-2:45PM

    Post-operative Rehabilitation (including practical)

  • 2:45PM-3:00PM

    Break

  • 3:00PM-4:25PM

    Clinical Reasoning Cases and Review of Shoulder Assessment

  • 4:25PM-4:40PM

    Questions & final discussion

  • 4:40PM

    End of the course

Course Overview

This course is aimed at all clinicians who wish to develop a comprehensive understanding of the shoulder including instability, rotator cuff related pain, the stiff shoulder, sports injuries and neurological conditions. The course provides an opportunity for enquiring clinicians to explore current research findings and what this means for clinical practice. The course offers a mix of learning opportunities including lectures, discussion, reflective case studies and practical demonstrations of assessment and treatment techniques. Topics covered include assessment & diagnosis, including differential diagnosis, appropriate use of terminology, understanding pain, treatment and management including non-operative care, prehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation. Throughout the course participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their current practice and consider how any new learning might be integrated for the benefit of themselves and their patients.

Learning Objectives

  1. To develop a research informed approach to the assessment & management of the shoulder
  2. To identify red flag pathology and manage appropriately
  3. To gain understanding of a simple self-managed framework for the assessment and management of the rotator cuff, the stiff shoulder and the unstable shoulder
  4. To develop understanding of differential diagnosis and relevant treatment pathways
  5. To recognise limitations in current knowledge and avenues for further research
  6. To further develop skills of reflective practice.

Registration fee

REGISTRATION for the course:

  • Registration fee (students only)* € 325,00 + Iva
  • Registration fee (early booking)* € 375,00 + Iva - until September, 9th 2019
  • Registration fee € 425,00 + Iva - starting from September, 10th 2019
  • -10% for members of our partners

*The aforementioned promo cannot be combined with the other ongoing discounts such as:
"10% discount fee for members of PARTNERS’ organizations”

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