The Buckinghamshire Group
Royal Bucks Multidisciplinary Team, treat various neurological conditions. It receives input from nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, SALT, psychologists etc. according to a client’s specific goals.
Role blending and joint working is integral in our process of maximising physical potential through a patient centred intensive rehabilitation programme. This leads to independence or the provision of high-quality nursing care for those with a complex needs.
Looking at multidisciplinary team working, placing emphasis on holistic and person centred care.
Explaining how a service has been re-engineered to integrate goal setting and outcome measures to span of all the disciplines involved. Highlighting the challenges faced, whilst re-modelling a service to take a more MDT approach.
Reviewing the before during and after, with an eye firmly on our aspirations for the future – a fully committed multidisciplinary approach.
EVEN MORE SEMINARS
Ali Gibson Stoke Mandeville Spinal Research
Dr Mohamed Sakel, FRCP East Kent University NHS Hospital
Clinical trials using Robotics for mobility rehabilitation
Dr. D. Michael Franklin Virtual Haptics, LLC
Artificial Intelligence-based Mixed Reality Telemedicine for Patient Care and Interaction
Dr Ines Violante University of Surrey
Multimodal brain stimulation in brain injury
Dr Claire Hanley Swansea University
Stimulating the Ageing Brain