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Mental Capacity Assessment and Supporting Decision -Making for SLTs
19th Sept, Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists, London

This is a 'hands-on' workshop that focuses on working with people with acquired neurological conditions and is lead by two leading experts in the field, Mark Jayes, a SLT, with specialist knowledge of Mental Capacity Assessment and Anna Volkmer, NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow and SLT. If you are wishing to get to grips with assessment of mental capacity, with a particular focus on working with people with acquired neurological conditions, this workshop is idea. A limited number of places will be available for 85.

To book your place and read more about the day's agenda and comments from previous workshops, please click here.

The Therapy Outcome Measure - Train the Trainers
1st October, Birmingham

This workshop lead by Prof Pam Enderby, is only for healthcare professionals who have been through the standard traing day on how to use the TOMs. The course is designed to take you through the key steps of how to teach colleagues in your organisation how to use the TOMs, to ensure consistency and accuracy of the data you will collect with the TOM. 

To apply for a place that this training day please email

Planned events

Mind, Medicine and Music - Achieving Excellence in Neurorehabilitation

This event will delve into the in the power of the mind, particularly in the context of neurorehabilitation and we will be inviting you to participate in and enjoy what will be a unique one day event in the wonderful grounds of the Raphael Hospital, a specialist centre for neurorehabilitation. We look forward to setting the date and inviting you to come and enjoy a day designed to stimulate various discussions arising from imaginative presentations, including an introduction into the rapidly developing world of Lifestyle Medicine and enjoy an early evening open air concert.

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External events

MOVEMENT and THE MIND 2019, 5th October, London

Movement & The Mind 2019' is an educational event like no other. We will bring you an update of the latest evidence from leaders in the field of physical activity for mental health and brain development. We are delighted to welcome speakers from the fields of Neuroscience, Psychotherapy, Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Psychology and the science of behaviour change, Human Performance, Mental Health Advocacy & more...

To book click here 

Previous events

Previous CTN events and Presentations >

CTN Annual Conference - Managing Long term Conditions in the Community

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Therapy Outcome Measures: a practical workshop in its use, application and development

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Building Your Business Case in Community Rehabilitation

A “hands on” workshop from the Community Therapists Network which aimed to teach you the essential steps of developing a business case, to support your rehabilitation service within the new commissioning environment.

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'Patient Reported Outcome Measures
Although providing ‘Patient Centred Care’ continues to be a major objective for the Department of Health, measuring the effectiveness of the care has until recently focused on processes and clinical indicators. Now, this is set to change with the drive to monitor patient outcomes.

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Provision of Community-Based Health Services: An Evidence-Based Approach

Speaker presentations from this conference available to download

This year's conference focused on two major projects:
Dr Susan Nancarrow's "COOP" Project examines the impact of staffing on the outcomes of community-based services for older people, covering patient, staff and service-related issues;
Professor Pam Enderby's "Enhancing the effectiveness of interprofessional working: cost and outcomes" looks at developing a good practice model to support interporofessional working in community-based therapy teams.

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