PCRMM Annual Conference 2022
MSK across multi-disciplinary First Contact care
11-12 November 2022

MSK across multi-disciplinary First Contact care

Friday 11th and Saturday 12th November 2022 (online)

The success of our past conferences motivates us to try and improve each year and offer more of what will educate, stimulate and benefit you all. Our theme this year covers those aims and we have listened to feedback to offer what we are sure will be of interest.

You can see the full programme here and the timetable is shown below. This includes some really interesting and compelling talks and presentations, all of which will include Q&A sessions. We are also including some “breakout” rooms on Friday afternoon where you’ll be able to enjoy a fully interactive session of questions and discussion on the subject of your choice.

The conference recordings will be freely available to those who registered to attend the live event, for 3 months after the conference has taken place.

We will make the recorded material from the conference available for 3 months after the live event for those who are unable to attend.
You can book and pay to see the recordings HERE 
 You can see the full programme HERE

We have decided to hold our 2-day conference online again this year. The success and accessibility of the past 2 conferences as well as the results of a survey regarding the format have given us the assurance that this is the best way for us to deliver an educational and far-reaching event.



Feedback from the last conference

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@BillingMartin @StewartKerrPT @APPN_physio @sommcourses @pcrsociety @thecsp I thought there was a European directive something about drawing up with a blunt and filtered blunt for glass vials etc. @Diane_Reid1 might know

Our paper on safety in remote GP consultations is getting a lot of coverage. Shout out to @oohGPwales who was lead author and analysed the 95 tragic safety incidents. https://x.com/Oohgpwales/status/1729757152263152123?s=20
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I do a form of Tai Chi called Chi Qigong each morning.

It’s helped me to improve my persistent pain management, balance, asthma and blood pressure.

It’s easy to do and there’s plenty of tutorials on YouTube.

It would be useful to include in pain management programs


Congratulations to the guideline development group for completing this guideline. I am so pleased to have had a small part as one of the reviewing team for this WHO guideline for non-surgical management of chronic primary low back pain in adults in primary and community care…

Dear GPs on Twitter,

Please complete this survey from @BMA_GP @doctor_katie .

A very comprehensive one about needs of #TeamGP to help your representatives prioritise their work for you.

Any GP can complete.

Refreshing our mailing-list for the @OMERACT PMR Working Group:

If you’re interested in helping to advance the design and quality of future clinical studies in polymyalgia rheumatica, please get in touch.

Patients/public, clinicians, methodologists, industry all welcome.

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