We are hosting our first webinar, “FCP Implementation into the Workforce” on 28th January from 7 – 8.30pm. You will be able to hear 3 knowledgeable speakers – David Wilson – David is a first contact MSK practitioner who works for Bridlington PCN. He was involved in developing the local MSK service in implementation of MSK practitioners into the local PCN. Also Abigail Henderson who is the CSP FCP implementation lead and will talk about the FCP Evaluation and Simon Ingram, FCP Clinical Lead and Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner who recently wrote an article on FCP implementation. This webinar will be of great interest to FCPs or GPs looking to implement FCPs into practice with the additional roles money. There will be 30 minutes of live Q&A after the presentations when you can ask questions to the speakers directly.

Webinar: FCP implementation into the workforce

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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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