For the first time this year, the ADAPT conference will be available online, enabling participation for distant field workers.
We will have national and international speakers discussing the implications, safety, ethical considerations and improvisation needed for rehabilitation through pandemics, (including but not limited to COVID 19).
Further information will be posted here on 1st July. Tickets, provided on a first come first served basis, will be available to members from 1st August and non-members from 1st September.
Zoe Clift, Global Emergency Rehabilitation Specialist speaking on Humanitarian Rehabilitation Planning for Pandemics
Alex Hough, Respiratory Specialist Physiotherapist speaking on Treatment of respiratory COVID-19 patients in low resourced settings
Jonathon Kruger, Chief Executive Officer, World Physiotherapy (WCPT): Supporting LMIC through COVID-19, with open Q&A
Tony Lowe, Founder, Physiopedia: Online resources for LMIC
Nishchal Ratna Shakya, Senior Physiotherapist & Phd Student, Kathmandu University: Implications of University closures due to Pandemics.
Fiona Beckerlegge, Charity Director, Paediatric Country Clinics through COVID-19, Uganda.