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Seminar Programme 2012 Tuesday 17th January Thursday 9th February Monday 20th February Monday 5th March

Monday 19th March Tuesday 24th April

Wednesday 9th May Monday 21st May Monday 11th June

Monday 25th June

Professor Dan Cherkin The importance of non-specific effects of treatments for back pain Dr Ollie Hart Commissioning MSK pathways in Sheffield: a GP’s experience Dr John Wynne-Jones Living on the periphery: How much does rurality impact on well being Dr Tessa Sanderson Shifting normalities: rethinking how patients with long term conditions perceive and live with the impact of illness Dr Sally Kerry Cluster RCTs Dr Wendy Hardeman Increasing physical activity - some lessons for osteoarthritis from type 2 diabetes Dr Nefyn Williams / Ruth Lewis Systematic review and meta-analysis of treatments for sciatica. Professor David Torgerson Randomised controlled trial of yoga for back pain Professor Ruth Boaden Putting Research into Practice – the CLAHRC experience Dr Fiona Mackichan “You accept it – what other choice is there?“ Acceptance as a framework for understanding how older adults live with chronic pain

Time: All seminars take place from 1.00pm-2.00pm in MSPC0.78 Dinwoodie Lecture Theatre Buffet lunch is available from 12.30pm-1.00pm in MSPC0.79 unless stated Venue: Primary Care Sciences building Please call/e-mail Debbie to reserve a place: Tel 01782 733905 or e-mail d.cooke@cphc.keele.ac.uk

External seminar programme 2012  

External seminar programme 2012

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