ADAPT will host their second online conference for Physios in Global Health. This year’s theme will be ‘Evidenced Based Research Being Carried Out In LMIC’.
Dr Emer McGowan: Researching rehab access and treatment for Refugees
Anupa Pathak: PhD researching cross-cultural outcome measures
Professor Anne Mosley: How to Access Evidence related specifically to LMIC
Professor Mike Landry: Financial implications of researching in LMIC
Dr Giulia Barbareschi: Assistive Technology, data and evidence for LMIC
Ruthann Fanstone: PhD experiences of researching burns in Bangladesh
Professor Tom Shakespeare: Rights-based rehabilitation
Cornelia Barth: Researching amputee gender access in conflict settings
If you would like to contribute to this event, please contact ADAPT research officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
26/11/2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
ADAPT Poster Competition
* * * £50 PRIZE! * * *
ADAPT are holding a poster competition to demonstrate work relating to physical rehabilitation in LMIC
Please send posters to Lesley Dawson at: email@example.com by Friday 19th November
The winner will be declared at the end of the ADAPT conference being held on Friday 26th November.
19/11/2021 All Day
‘ADAPT members are invited to a demonstration of the respiratory module built for LMIC by Alex Hough, Fiona Lindsay and Simon Fraser. Due to COVID-19 and the need to support communities with respiratory rehabilitation skills, the module is being considered for immediate release to be made publicly available. Releasing this module without the normal, lengthy, process of research and ethics committees, we are asking qualified physios with some experience of LMIC to watch the demonstration and vote on whether they believe the module is ready for public use. You can watch this live and vote on Thursday 11th March, or you can watch the recording and vote up to 72hours afterwards. The link to join the demonstrtion will be sent out to all members. Fiona Lindsay says “Please, please join us, your thoughts and vote are vital to the success of respiratory support in LMIC.”
11/03/2021 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
For the first time this year, the ADAPT conference will be available online, enabling participation for distant field workers.
27/11/2020 All Day
This session, delivered by members of ADAPT (Physiotherapists for Global Health), will include a Q and A and will be recorded.
14/07/2020 6:00 pm
Rehab for Migrant Populations
ADAPT is hosting another exciting study day – this time we are addressing the topic of rehab for refugees, asylum seekers and other migrant populations.
17/11/2018 All Day
ADAPT, OT Frontiers and Communication Therapy International are pleased to collaborate in a one day event aimed at those interested in volunteering or working in low resourced countries.
10/03/2018 All Day
Join us for a riveting and topical study day where we explore the current global health trends and the impact of an ageing population.
17/11/2017 All Day
Interesting talks, lectures and debates around MDT working in global health. Topics include: generalists vs specialists and practical sessions on wheelchair provision in Global Health delivered by Motivation.
18/11/2016 - 19/11/2016 All Day
Exploring the highs and lows of short term physiotherapy trips – from student elective placements, to emergency response deployments and long term capacity building programmes.
27/11/2015 - 28/11/2015 All Day