This module is aimed primarily at therapists interested in neurological rehabilitation but other professionals will be considered on an individual basis. Experience or understanding of clinical aspects of neurological rehabilitation would be advantageous.
To develop knowledge and critical understanding of theory pertinent to neurological rehabilitation
To develop knowledge and critical analysis of current best practice in neurological rehabilitation
To facilitate clinical decision making through use of evidence based practice in the management of patients with complex neurological problems.
Motor learning theory and theories of motor control; pathophysiological processes following neurological damage; pathophysiological and neurobiological processes following neurological damage; concepts of spasticity and neuroplasticity; current developments in acute stroke care; classification of stroke; evidence base for current interventions; psychosocial issues; national clinical and management guidelines in the field of neurological rehabilitation; outcome assessment.
Course Dates: 18/19/20/21 January 2016
This course can be taken as CPD only on a daily or session basis, more information on the below link (including fees)