Two and a half years ago, IPMN Day of Shared Learning 2020 was cancelled on the morning of the event, due to COVID. We thank you for your understanding at the time, and apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience which that cancellation might have caused. Little did we know how things would spiral from there, or how long it would be until we could reconvene in person. But the time is finally here!
IPMN DOSL 2023 will be held at Trinity College Dublin on Friday March 10th 2023
Speakers from a variety of fields will talk on a wide range of topics related to innovation, research and best practice in seating, posture and mobility.
We encourage you to attend this key training event and valuable CPD opportunity.
Event attendance and IPMN membership is open to anyone working, training, or with an interest, in the fields of mobility and/or postural management (Doctors, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Prosthetists, Orthotists, Clinical & Rehabilitation Engineers and Technicians, Product Designers, Product Specialists). IPMN also welcomes and promotes the attendance and active participation of users of posture and mobility products.
There will be opportunities to network during the coffee breaks and lunch. The venue is wheelchair accessible. And the price is extremely reasonable, as always!! The photo above shows the venue auditorium. To explore the space, click here: 3D viewer
We hope to see you there. Book now!!
PROGRAMME & DOCUMENTS
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- Untangling the Complicated, the Complex and the Wicked: How Can Interdisciplinary Teams Help?
- Global Challenges for Appropriate Wheelchair Provision: Is This Impacting Our Practice?
- Occupational Therapy Intervention to Improve the Quality of Life of a Client With Friedreich’s Ataxia: A Case Study of Complete Rehabilitation from Complete Dependency to Living Independently
- Restructuring Wheelchair and Seating Service Provision to a Paediatric Population with Complex Postural and Cognitive Disabilities
- The AOTI Seating and Posture in Occupational Therapy Advisory Group (SPOTAG): Our Journey and Future Plans
- Repositioning for Prevention of Pressure Ulcers: Systematic Review Results
- Advancements in the Digital Design and Advanced Manufacturing of Custom-Contoured Wheelchair Cushions
- 3DAssist: A Model for Third Level Engagement in the Community Care Sector
- Selection, Placement and Fixation of Flexible Postural Support Devices in Seating
- Becoming a Wheelchair User: Exploring the Experiences of Adults With Spinal Cord Injury as They Adjust to Wheelchair Use
- Are Wheelchair Users Really “Co-Workers” in the Process of Wheelchair Assessment and Provision?
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- Isweri Pillay (Geriatrician, Educator)
- Rosemary Gowran (Occupational Therapist, Educator)
- Deepa Pradhan (Occupational Therapist, Educator)
- Irina Jackson (Occupational Therapist)
- Susie Kelly (Occupational Therapist)
- Pinar Avsar (Nurse, Researcher)
- John Tiernan (Clinical Engineer, Researcher)
- Robbie O'Connor (Engineer, Educator)
- Barend ter Haar (Product Specialist, Educator)
- John Lynch (Physiotherapist)
- Margaret Kennedy (Nurse, Social Worker, Researcher, Wheelchair User, Advocate)
As more information becomes available (speakers, topics, and booking process), we’ll send out announcements via email, and we’ll update this event page.
In the meantime, if you have a pressing question, would like to join our mailing list or would just like to get in touch, you can contact us via email: email@example.com.
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