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VIRTUAL – COVID-19 Recovery & Rehabilitation for AHPs – February 2021

February 26 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Covid 19

BTH in partnership with HEE are offering a unique fully funded training opportunity to immerse Allied Health Professionals in a one-day virtual interactive e-learning training resource package

  • AHPs will increase their knowledge of the novel COVID-19 virus
  • They will be guided through the interactive resource covering the four main areas: Breathlessness, Cough, fatigue and Exercise
  • In addition, the emerging topic of Long COVID will be discussed and emerging data critically reviewed and discussed in practical management options.
  • Learning will include group and scenario based case studies.
  • AHP’s will develop their knowledge and be able to develop strategies and techniques to recognise, problem solve and implement a range of management techniques in their workplace setting

When & Where 

Friday 26 February 2021

9.00 am – 5.00 pm

Virtual via Zoom

This training will be delivered by Olivia Revitt MSc MCSP, Specialist Physiotherapist in Respiratory Rehabilitation at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Lecturer in Cardiorespiratory at University of Leicester

Rutland Rehab Physio


February 26
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Bucks Training Hub


Virtual – Zoom
  • Pre course questionnaire

    Training Evaluation:

    For Healthcare Professionals HEE TV MSK FCP

  • 2. Please rate your knowledge/confidence level prior to the course/training in this area

    1 not confident to 5 extremely confident

  • Person Centred Approaches

  • Assessment, Investigations and Diagnosis

  • Conditions Management, Interactions and Prevention

  • Service and Professional Development

  • AHP MSK FCP Development Funding 2020

    Expression of Interest

  • The following criteria will be used for selection:

    • Demonstration of commitment to the ICS strategic objectives and AHP workforce development
    • Support from your practice/ employer/organisation/partnership
    • The content of the EOI application
    • Inclusion criteria
      • Eligibility criteria
      • Applications will need brief statement (approximately 500 words) of current and previous MSK experience, aspirations, learning objectives and identify onward educational training needs identified. All need to have completed or started the MSK Competency for primary care on e-learning for health and all need to identify where they currently work.
      • Tier 1 Existing FCPs and in recruitment process FCPs
      • In MSK FCP Development posts
      • Minimum 5 years specific MSK Clinically
      • Tier 2 Interested in development posts
      • Minimum 5 years specific MSK Clinically
      • Tier 3 Fragility clinicians – recognised AHPs with a specialist interest in MSK for longer than 5 years (decided on by the steering group)
      • All candidates will be expected to participate in a pre, post and 6/12 questionnaire

  • **Please note the application is a vital part of our selection process, please make every effort to complete fully and with consideration.

    Selection will be carried out by a steering group of representatives from across each of the ICS and HEE in 2020.


    In order for your application to be approved you are expected to:

    • Commit to all the elements of the MSK FCP programme
    • Completing short progress reports and a final overall report on the programme of choice.

    If your application is successful HEE will link with your employer.

    Places will be offered formally in early April 2021

    By completing this EOI form you are agreeing to the T and C’s above.

    Thank you for completing this form