Podiatric Medicine - A journey of human movement
9 June 2017
The journey of human movement conference is being led by the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine. The event will allow the attendees to appreciate the developments in assessing human movement from the developing gait through to low risk and high risk gait finally onto the elderly and how all this is relevant to your clinical practice.
Conference delegates will:
- Learn how human movement is influenced and measured
- Develop and understanding of research and how it influences practice
- Discuss current and developing practices
- Hear for internationally renowned and inspirational speakers
The journey of human movement is suitable for:
- Anyone with an interest in gait analysis
This is a provisional programme, and it is subject to change.
Plenary Session Dr Jackie Taylor Welcome and open Dr Catherine Calderwood Realising Realistic Medicine Mandy Abbott and Dave Dunning Introduction to A journey of human movement Professor Jim Woodburn GCU Gait lab live! Outlining data collecting, the approach and how it can be used in clinical practice Professor Chris Nester History of Podiatric Biomechanics: the journey of human movement in the podiatry profession Professor Jim Woodburn Catch up with the GCU Gait lab... live! Professor Jim Richards Gait analysis: how do we measure human movement? Dr Jill Phethean Paediatric Gait development: where our movement journey begins Professor Jim Woodburn GCU Gait lab... live! Professor Hylton Menz Biomechanics of the ageing foot and ankle Dr Sico Bus The influence of the neuropathic foot on movement and stability Professor Hylton Menz Preventing falls from the ground up Professor Jim Woodburn Making sense of the data: you collected data, so what? What does it mean to me and my clinical practice? Plenary Session Mr Greg Trout 101 things to do when you survive
Professor David Galloway Close
Feedback from our 2016 event
"Kudos to both the administrative / organising staff and the speakers!"
Benjamin A. Lipsky, MD, FACP, FIDSA, FRCP (London), FFPM RCPS (Glasg)
Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Washington
Associate Fellow, Teaching Associate, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford
Visiting Professor (Medicine), University of Oxford