Pam Mulholland Memorial Award
05 Dec, 2009 0
Viola Crossley, a Senior Physiotherapist from Manchester NHS Primary Care Trust Community Stroke Rehabilitation Team, was the successful recipient of the Pam Mulholland Memorial Aw [..]
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BBTA and ACPIN
05 Dec, 2009 0
This year BBTA members have been invited to lecture in the following educational conferences, courses and evening sessions for ACPIN.
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Bobath Concept: Theory and Clinical Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation
05 Dec, 2009 0
The recently published BBTA book is now on its third print run. The editors, Sue Raine, Linzi Meadows and Mary Lynch-Ellerington, have been approached for permission to translate t [..]
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Appointments to IBITA
05 Dec, 2009 0
IBITA is the international organisation of instructors, teaching the Bobath Concept applied to the assessment and treatment of adults with neurological conditions. The organisation [..]
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Kollen et al 2009. ‘The Effectiveness of the Bobath Concept in Stroke Rehabilitation: What is the Evidence?’. Stroke 40: 89-97.
05 Dec, 2009 0
Responses: We would like to commend the authors in their recent publication (Stroke 40: e89-e97), for recognising that in the United Kingdom BBTA provides evidenced based courses [..]
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Incomplete Spinal Injury Course, Stoke Mandeville (February 8th – 12th 2010)
11 Oct, 2009 0
In February 2010 Canadian IBITA Instructor Julie Vaughan-Graham and BBTA tutor Clare Fraser will be leading a one week course on ‘An Introduction to the Assessment and Treatment of [..]
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BBTA look forward to welcoming Julie Vaughan Graham, an Advanced Bobath Instructor from Canada, to teach alongside Clare Fraser, a BBTA Basic Course Instructor, in February 2010 on an incomplete spinal injury course at Stoke Mandeville
11 Oct, 2009 0
From 8-12th February 2010 Julie Vaughan-Graham will lead a course on the assessment and treatment of the incomplete spinal cord injured individual with a focus on rehabilitation of [..]
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BBTA Tutors Teaching Overseas
04 Oct, 2009 0
Tutors have been involved in teaching overseas in countries where therapists have difficulty gaining access to courses due to restricted finances or geographic limitations
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