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 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.
POGP SHORT COURSES Autumn 2020
This notice is to update everyone and make you aware of the work and discussions that have been going on over the last month around the recommencement of the POGP courses and study days in September.
Our first On-line POGP course
Due to the government advice that large gatherings of people are still not permitted the planned study day on September 19th on the Menopause will now be virtual.
Changes to the POGP constitution
Changes and clarifications for the POGP constitution
POGP Poster & Infographics Competition 2020
We are delighted to invite POGP and other Physiotherapists to submit a digital poster of original work along with a 300 word (not counting references) abstract for the POGP 2020 Poster competitionDownload docx 90.03 KBTemplate 2020
50th International Continence Society Annual Meeting
18-21 November 2020 | Las Vegas, USA
POGP conference 2020 cancelled
There has been some confusion with the message that you will have received from Fitwise, we are not hosting an e-conferencethis year and will be announcing the 2021 conference in due course
Post Covid Pelvic Floor Dysfucntion
The most common symptom of coronavirus infection is a continuous cough which can last for several weeks after the initial infection. Coughing is known to put pressure on the pelvic floor muscles and increase the risk of developing stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and vaginal prolapse. There is much talk about the need for rehabilitation in people recovering from coronavirus, but so far very little on pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation specifically.
CSP Members Benevolent Fund
Please find the MBF Coronavirus Update here:
CSP MBF CORONAVIRUS UPDATE