PROVIDING WHOLE-PERSON, TEAM-BASED CARE with JAN HARTVIGSEN – LIVE WEBINAR
Start: 11th August 2020 @ 19:00pm
End: 11th August 2020 @ 20:00pm
Online , England
Royal College of Chiropractors Pain Faculty LIVE Webinar Series
Moving beyond ‘body region silos’ to manage musculoskeletal pain: Actions to change clinical practice
WEBINAR 1: PROVIDING WHOLE-PERSON, TEAM-BASED CARE
In this live webinar, Professor Jan Hartvigsen will discuss new developments and research in the care of people with musculoskeletal complaints. His point of departure will be a newly published editorial in British Journal of Sports Medicine, “It is time to move beyond the “body region silos” to manage musculoskeletal pain: Five actions to change clinical practice” that he co-authored with an international multidisciplinary group of experts. He will focus on the five key messages in the paper: 1. Screen for biopsychosocial factors and health comorbidities; 2. Embrace patient-centered communication; 3. What do you think you need to achieve your goals? 4. Educate beyond words using active learning approaches; 5. Coach towards self-management. The seminar will conclude with a question and answer session.
- Become familiar with recent common guideline recommended approaches across musculoskeletal pain areas
- Learn important determinants of outcome of treatment across musculoskeletal pain sites
- Learn what self-management is for people with chronic health conditions
- Learn what the roles of healthcare providers are in the management of people with chronic health problems
- Reflect on how you as a practising chiropractor can become even better at helping your patients live good lives
SPEAKER: Professor Jan Hartvigsen worked in clinical practice as a chiropractor from 1989 to 2001. In 2006, he was appointed Professor and Research Leader at the Department of Sports Science and Clinical Biomechanics at the University of Southern Denmark. He has published over 200 international peer-reviewed scientific papers, and in 2016, he was rated as the world’s number one expert in “Musculoskeletal Pain” by Expertscape.com. He was the Deputy-Chair of the Lancet Low Back Pain Series Working Group that published a landmark series of papers in The Lancet in 2018. He is co-developer of the GLAD Back Program that focuses on patient education and exercise to promote self-management for people with persistent and recurrent back pain. Professor Hartvigsen has received numerous awards for his research including the European Chiropractor’s Union Honorary Award (2018), The World Federation of Chiropractic David Chapman-Smith Honorary Award (2017), and the American Chiropractic Association researcher of the Year award (2017).
CONVENER & WEBINAR SERIES CHAIR: Jonathan Field FRCC (Pain)
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