CANCELLED - ACPOPC Spring Conference
Dear ACPOPC Members,
Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus, we as a committee have taken the difficult decision to postpone our conference that was due to take place in June 2020.
Invitation – online survey regarding Advanced Physiotherapy Practice in oncology
Are you a physiotherapist practising in the areas of HIV/AIDS, Oncology, Hospice, and/or Palliative Care for two years or more?
We are interested in your views!
SNAP Dissemination Event - Monday 28th September in Cambridge - please note change of date
Due to COVID-19 the date of this event has been changed to Monday 28th September. The event marks the end of the SNAP2 study which some of our members may have contributed to
Compassion Fatigue in Physiotherapists - research study
The study is investigating the prevalence of compassion fatigue among physiotherapists working in Oncology or respiratory care.
Generic workforce approaches to physical activity and exercise stakeholder event - Monday 23rd March 2020
In response to the publication of the Macmillan Principles and Guidance for Prehabilitation within the support and management of people with cancer https://www.macmillan.org.uk/assets/prehabilitation-guidance-for-people-with-cancer.pdf it was identified that there is a need to work with a range of key stakeholders to define an approach to achieving accreditation and/or regulation for exercise professionals and provide transparency to the public.
HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship (PCAF)
The HEE/NIHR ICA Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship (PCAF) scheme supports early career researchers to become competitive applicants for a doctoral level research training fellowship.
Health Matters - physical activity resource
A professional resource produced by Public Health England for local authorities and healthcare professionals on physical activity for the prevention and management of long-term conditions.
Survey into Exercise and Oncology
The purpose of this survey is to identify the research priorities that will best support the addition of exercise as a standard of care for cancer survivors in Canada, as well as other countries with similar healthcare systems.
Survey about the SNAP tool in COPD management
Researchers at the University of Cambridge and University of East Anglia (UEA) are writing to ask for your help with cascading a short (5 question) online survey to your members relating to a new evidence-based intervention, the Support Needs Approach for Patients (SNAP), which aims to enable a person-centred process of assessment and support for patients with COPD
Untire - Fatigue App
Untire is a free app which helps patients understand cancer fatigue, increase energy levels and improve quality of life.