PCRMM webinar: MSK Masqueraders and Urgent Referrals
Wednesday 26th May, 7 – 8.30pm
For this webinar David Wilson and Krystian Dawiec who both work in primary care will look at some cases and conditions that may present in a First Contact practitioners Clinic. It is aimed at those clinicians that are new to primary care and the importance of other conditions that may present as musculoskeletal that have been care navigated onto the FCP diary. This short webinar will cover risk factors, signs and symptoms and referral pathway which is vital for the first contact practitioner.
It is hoped that attendees will have raised awareness following the short webinar that they can use in a clinical setting. Once again as all webinars we will have a panel discussion to answer any questions.
David and Krystian hope to follow this webinar with a presentation at this year’s conference on emergency referrals.
David is a first contact physiotherapist who works for Bridlington primary care network. He like many of the FCPs is undergoing the roadmap and understands the complexity of being a first contact physiotherapist. He has two years’ experience as an FCP with his previous role as an ESP working on pathways in orthopaedics, neurosurgery and rheumatology. He has a keen interest in patient pathways integrating primary care pathways and getting the patient journey right first time.
Krystian is an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Primary Care and Primary Care Network MSK Lead. In the past he has worked as First Contact Practitioner and Consultant MSK Physiotherapist. He was awarded Saunders’ Prize and Kesson’s Prize in 2015 for his achievements as MSK Practitioner. He has 11 years of clinical experience and was one of pioneers developing First Contact Physiotherapist role in West Midlands, Northamptonshire, Worcestershire and North Lincolnshire. Initially he started working as MSK Physiotherapist and thanks to Advanced Clinical Practice Framework he transitioned to work across Primary Care Medicine specialty alongside of General Practitioners.
Please note that the webinar is FREE for members and £20 for non-members.