New POGP Website!
POGP has been working hard over the last year and created a beautiful new website for our members and the public. This current website will shortly close.
Visit us at our new websitewww.thepogp.co.uk
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Covid 19 update for physiotherapy courses
The Autumn program has now got underway and to date, we have managed to run an adapted face- to- face program for four POGP short courses. All of the one-day POGP courses are being modified for the safer option of online delivery.Download pdf 75.08 KBCOVID 19 update oct 2020
Annual General Meeting 2020 ( Virtual attendance 09/10/2020)Unprecedented timesChallenging situationsThe New Norm
These are all words and phrases that have been bandied about over the past 6 months during the coronavirus pandemic and almost become invisible to us now. But they summon up the situation that POGP has faced along with all other charities and professional organisations in the UK and around the world. We have been challenged with situations none of us could have anticipated or planned for and we had to make difficult decisions hopefully for the best of the membership and organisation in an often changing environment. What was the considered rule for one day could be very different by the next. We are all too aware that this national crisis may have improved but its certainly far from over. I would like to thank all of those people who work with POGP for their continued patience and understanding in these difficult times.
COVID-19 information for POGP course participants on POGP Pelvic Health Physiotherapy courses
Physiotherapy-led courses and conferences across the UK have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
POGP Online Course: Menopause Management for Physiotherapists.–Virtual,
COPYRIGHT GUIDANCE FOR POGP PUBLICATIONS
POGP publications are written by experts for POGP involving significant provision of time and resource. The publications are reviewed and updated regularly to remain current. POGP also has ownership of the copyright of the Mitchell Method of Physiological Relaxation. POGP are keen to make these resources available to members for the purposes of education and training. This document provides guidance on the copyright and intellectual property rights considerations that will be applied following requests for the use in part or whole of any POGP publication.
In general, copy requested should be for an individual’s own use for educational purposes (journal/academic use), or for the education of other healthcare professionalsDownload pdf 162.03 KBcopyright 2020
POGP Journal Issue 127 - Autumn 2020
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy: managing complex female pelvic pain and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction - advancing your practice, 26-28 February 2021, MANCHESTER–St Mary's Hospital,
POGP response to the Cumberlege Report 'First Do No Harm'
POGP welcomes the publication of the report of the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices review by Baroness Cumberlege and is pleased to note that the voice of physiotherapy was heard, thank you to those who were part of that.