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VENUE: Sandy Park Conference Centre - Exeter

'JOINING FORCES 2016' has been approved by the Federation of the
Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credit(s) code: 103380

PROGRAMME

09:00 – COFFEE AND REGISTRATION

09:45–10:00  Introduction and welcome
Dr Rhoda Allison , Consultant Therapist in Stroke, Chair of Programme Committee

10:00–10:45 Keynote address - The 7  day NHS
Sue Cottle. Programme Lead, NHS England (South), NHS England
Session Chair: Rhoda Allison

10:45-11:15 TEA & COFFEE BREAK AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

11:15–12:00 A choice of three Parallel sessions as follows:

A. Variations in Stroke care through the day, week and year
Speaker - Dr Ben Bray, Public Health Registrar and Research Director for the Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme
Chair: Claire Fullbrook-Scanlan

B. Improving longer-term outcome for people with Stroke
Speaker - Professor Anne Forster, Head of the Academic Unit of Elderly Care and Rehabilitation, University of Leeds
Chair: Tim Ayers

C. Practitioners Supporting Thrombolysis
Speaker - Carol Massey, Stroke Quality Improvement Manager, South West CV Strategic Clinical Network
Chair:  Martin James

12:10–12.55 A choice of three Parallel sessions as follows:

A. Management of Spasticity - results of EuBoss study of early botulinum toxin
Speakers - Cameron Lindsey, Physiotherapist and Professor Anand Pandyan, Biomedical Engineer
Chair: Rhoda Allison

B. Making sense of  the Stroke evidence – workshop
Speakers - Professor Ken Stein, Deputy Director of the PenCLAHRC with help from the PenCLAHRC team
Chair: Mike Visick

C. Bigger, Better, Faster? Re-configuration of Hyperacute Services
Speaker -  Dr Martin James, Consultant Stroke Physician, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
Chair: Michelle Roe

13:00-14:00 LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

14:00–14:45 A choice of three Parallel sessions as follows:

A. Stroke Care in Ghana
Speaker - Claire Fullbrook-Scanlon, Matron/Senior Lecturer in Stroke, Royal United Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Julia Mardo, Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust
Chair:  Nicki Chivers

B. Update on Endovascular Therapy
Speaker - Christine Roffe, Professor of Stroke Medicine, Keele University.
Chair: Stuart Wetherby

C. 7 day Working in Rehabilitation and Community Services
Speakers - Jules Jeffreys from Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust and Sarah Clarke from Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.
Chair: Hannah Bedford

14:45 – 15:15 TEA & COFFEE BREAK AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

15:15–16:30 Short Plenary Sessions

Session Chair: Claire Fullbrook-Scanlon

15:15-15:30 Care of the Profoundly Affected Arm
Speaker - Dr Rhoda Allison

15:30-15:45 Recruiting to ReTrain; an update on a trial of community-based Rehabilitation Training after Stroke
Speaker - Dr Sarah Dean, Senior Lecturer in Psychology Applied to Health, University of Exeter Medical School

15.45 – 16.00 Researching Rehabilitation for Hemianopia
Speaker - Dr Phil Clatworthy, Consultant Stroke Neurologist at North Bristol NHS Trust

16.00 -16.20 Update from the South West Peninsula Stroke and Cardiovascular Networks.
Speaker - Dr Martin James

Followed by final comments, close and depart