The MSK Knowledge Hub is part of the partnership between the Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance and NHS England. The aim is to provide a searchable resource library for people working on support for people with musculoskeletal conditions. If you have musculoskeletal-related articles or documents which meet our criteria you’d like to share, please register and then use the add a resource button to let us know. The Hub incorporates an interactive MSK Forum enabling people to discuss and share views.
The MSK Knowledge Hub is a new project. We are in the process of uploading resources. Please let us know of any resources that are missing and you think should be included.
To determine whether inclusion of osteopathic practice in a multimodal NHS service within a secondary care spinal unit (Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham (QMC)) is safe, effective and what the patient experience of such interventions is.
The benefits of physical activity for musculoskeletal health are well known. Despite this, many people are less active than recommended levels. People with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions have additional barriers caused by their condition, particularly pain. What can be done to support people to be more active?
The webinar describes the Integrated Pain Assessment and Spinal Service (IPASS) which started in 2016 in Berkshire West. It will describe the previous state of pain management in Berkshire West and the reasons for coming together as a system to develop IPASS. It will cover how joint working with a strong patient focus can improve outcomes, and outline the positive outcomes post IPASS which has been recognised by the British Society for Rheumatology (BSR) for a Best Practice Award in 2016
This webinar describes how we set up the Telford Musculoskeletal Service, some of the problems we encountered along the way, and our solutions.
After winning a tender three years ago, the MSK Service was devised to be a single point-of-access for Rheumatology, Pain, Physio, Orthopaedics and musculoskeletal services in the NHS within Telford. The service is a Prime Vendor-type model with Shropshire Community Trust holding the main contract and sub-contracting to other NHS and Private providers in the locality.
We would like to thank Roche Products Limited and Chugai Pharma UK for supporting this webinar with an unrestricted independent grant. The pharmaceutical companies have had no editorial involvement in this webinar.
This new guidance, developed by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy with the British Medical Association and the Royal College of General Practitioners, provides practical help for GPs and commissioners looking to implement physiotherapy services in primary care. It sets out the benefits, the funding options and the practical considerations of implementing and evaluating First Contact Physiotherapy roles.