11th RNOH Therapies Research and Audit Conference

A showcase of the best research, quality improvement, service evaluation and audit projects from RNOH Therapies across the last year.

Date: Wednesday 13 November 2024

Time: 10:30-17:00

Location: Village Hotel, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue, Elstree, Borehamwood, WD6 3SL

Cost: free for RNOH staff and invited guests (collaborators and students)

Lunch/refreshments: Buffet lunch will be provided for all attendees. Refreshments provided throughout the day.

Full conference programme: TBC

Keynote speakers:

  • Professor Anne-Maree Keenan OBE, University of Leeds/NIHR Leeds Biomedical Research Centre
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  • Dr Lauren McAllister, Senior Lecturer in Psychology PhD, MSc, BSc, FHEA. University of Northampton
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    Sign up details: Click here to register or scan QR code below.

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The deadline for signing up is the 13 October 2024

10th RNOH Therapies Research and Audit Conference

Thank you to everyone for making the 10th RNOH Therapies Research and Audit Conference a huge success!

10th RNOH Therapies Research and Audit Conference brochure 

We welcomed Dr Brendon Stubbs, Kings College London,  as our keynote speaker. Brendon discussed the links between pain and mental health and highlighted the importance of the physiotherapy role in supporting people with mental health conditions, and co-existing pain and mental health conditions.

2023 Awards:

Best poster – Nikee Parekh: Impact of calibration positions on sagittal and coronal kinematics of the foot during gait – evaluation of the new RNOH model

Best oral presentation (audience vote) – Claire Kelly: A service evaluation: wheelchair requirements and wheelchair provision for those completing rehabilitation at the London Spinal Cord Injury Centre

Best oral presentation (judge’s vote) – Lucy Fraser: New presentations of functional neurological disorder following orthopaedic surgery: a case series

Emerging Researcher award – Kate Kennard and Roz Tyreman: Return to work following brachial plexus injury – a cross-sectional study

Therapies Research and Audit Forum brochure 2022

In 2022 we welcomed Dr Jenny Lewis, Associate Professor at UWE and Senior Occupational Therapist at the National Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Service at Royal United Hospitals, Bath as our keynote speaker, who delivered an inspiring talk on her clinical and research journey in CRPS.

2022 year's presentation winners:

Podium presentations:

Anju Jaggi - Arthroscopic capsular shift surgery in patients with atraumatic shoulder instability: a randomised placebo-controlled trial

Anthony Gilbert - Realising the benefits from a new musculoskeletal hub: protocol for a pragmatic, real-world evaluation

Poster presentations:

Claire Kelly - Using Tension Adjustable Backrests to Improve Clinical Outcomes for People with Spinal Cord Injury

RNOH Therapies Abstract Submission

RNOH Annual Therapies Clinical Audit and Research Forum 2021 brochure

Therapies Research, Evaluation & Improvement Festival - Forum programme

Therapies Research, Evaluation & Improvement Festival - Poster programme

Patient Reported Outcomes: Brachial plexus Birth Injury - Hazel Brown

What are the perceived therapy needs of adults with Osteogenesis Imperfecta: a focus group study - Sophie Barlow

Video: weight loss in young people following multistage scoliosis procedures - Suzanne Capel

2021 year's presentation winners:

Sophie Barlow - What are the perceived therapy needs of adults living with Osteogenesis Imperfecta? A focus group study.

Hazel brown - Patient Reported Outcomes in Brachial Plexus Birth Injury: Results from the iPLUTO world‐wide consensus survey

Poster Winner: Suzane Capel – Weight loss in young people following multiple stage scoliosis correction procedures.

Presentation winner: Izzy MacCallum with: A review of functional milestones and use of tilt table following sacretomy surgery within the orthopaedic oncology service: a service evaluation: Tilt Table presentation

Poster winner: Sophie Barlow with: What are the musculoskeletal problems in adults with osteogenesis imperfecta: a cross-sectional analysis - Osteogenesis Imperfecta poster