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Upper Limb Pain and Arthritis (Re-aired) – ONLINE
October 24, 2022 - October 30, 2022Free
Event Dates: Monday 24 Oct – Sunday 30 Oct.
This event is held online.
Due to popular demand, Arthritis and Osteoporosis WA (AOWA) are re-airing the National Consumer Conference previously held online in May 2022.
The National Consumer Conference 2022 has been endorsed by Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA), and provided online access to the latest research and information on bone and joint conditions.
The conference program consists of six separate sessions presented by highly credentialed and respected speakers from WA, interstate and overseas. Each session comprises of 3 topic-specific presentations, lasting approximately 1 hour in total. All six sessions will be re-aired online by AOWA in the upcoming months.
Session: Upper Limb Pain and Arthritis: held online
|Presentation Title:||Guest Speaker:|
|1. Quality care for upper limb pain: Lessons from patient & public involvement||Prof. Krysia Dziedzic (UK), Director Impact Accelerator Unit; Professor of Musculoskeletal Therapies, Keele University|
|2. Conservative management for common hand musculoskeletal conditions||Dr. Sonia Ranelli, Clinical & Research Physiotherapist (Hand & Upper Limb)|
|3. Contemporary management of the degenerate shoulder||Mr. Jonathan Spencer, Orthopaedic Shoulder Surgeon|
>> Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email prior to the event start date. The email will contain the online link to view the session.
>> The online link to view the session will be active for 7 days from Monday 24 Oct – Sunday 30 Oct. The session can be viewed at a time as per your convenience within this 7-day period.
>> The confirmation email will also include an easy-to-follow instruction guide to assist you to set up. It is advisable to test that your device is compatible and working with the online webinar software. Please check your system requirements to ‘join a Simulated Live or Recorded webinar’ before registering for this event by clicking here.
Registration closing date: Bookings are essential and must be received by Sunday 23rd October 2022