Buckinghamshire Musculoskeletal Integrated Care Service
Educational training afternoons

From January 16th 2020 we will be hosting regular educational training afternoons for external healthcare professionals based in and around Buckinghamshire.

Our aim with this events is to continue to build relationships with local services and healthcare professionals to maximise patient outcome and experience across our services. The afternoons are an opportunity for local clinicians to develop their own clinical practice and CPD, while also gaining further understanding in to the service we offer for patients with musculoskeletal problems.

These free educational seminars will be held every two months and feature talks from local specialists including consultants, physiotherapists and GPs, who will share insight into their areas of clinical interest and speciality.


Please contact Harry Kardamilas (Clinical Director) to register for future seminars: Harry.Kardamilas@careuk.com

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