This lecture will cover the following:
- Aims of research translation – shortening the research to practice gap
- How clinicians can drive research that is translatable and implementable
- Change management approach to implementation
- Examples of research translation methodology
- Successful and less successful research translation examples
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The PA hospital in QLD has established an ICG lymphography clinic as part of their outpatient cancer-related lymphoedema clinic. This session will discuss the clinic implementation of ICG lymphography (including a brief overview of technology) along with the implications for practice experienced by this public lymphoedema service.
Presenter: Megan Trevethan
Megan Trevethan, an Occupational Therapist, has over 12 years experience working in lymphoedema. Currently working at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, she developed her passion for working with people with lymphoedema while working both in Queensland and in the UK. In 2018, she was successfully awarded a special projects grant to lead the implementation of an ICG lymphography clinic within the PA hospital lymphoedema service. She is currently completing her PhD with focus to ICG lymphography and its implications for conservative lymphoedema management.
An interactive online session with a panel of experts who will provide practical advice and ideas on how to communicate respectfully with people who identify as LGBTQIA+ .
Suitable for students and practitioners.
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This lecture will commence at :
VIC, TAS, NSW, ACT – 7.30pm
SA – 7.00pm
NT – 6.00pm
QLD - 6.30pm
WA - 4.30pm
This course has been designed to provide an opportunity for physiotherapists to develop their practical skills and clinical reasoning associated with content taught in the online Level 1 Women's Pelvic Health Course.
This practical course will be structured around a ‘clinical case studies' format. Physiotherapists will be guided through a number of case studies requiring interpretation of completed Australian Pelvic Floor Questionnaires, bladder and bowel diaries, as well as results of Trans-Abdominal Real Time Ultrasound (RTUS), to develop an introductory management plan involving pelvic floor muscle training (where indicated) and lifestyle advice for each case.
In particular, physiotherapists will have the opportunity to perform Trans-Abdominal RTUS to assess pelvic floor function and bladder volumes, as well as learn the necessary procedures required to perform a visual assessment of anal sphincter contraction (note: no internal examinations are performed at Level 1).
This course will be presented by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) in combination with Women's Health Training Associates (WHTA).
For more information about the Women's Level 1 courses please click here.