Your Guide to Becoming a POGP Area Representative
POGP guidance on the safe use of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) for musculoskeletal pain during pregnancy
In order to clarify current thinking in this area, the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health (ACPWH 2012 - please note we are now POGP) brought together a panel of experts who reviewed the relevant literature and used their clinical experience to develop these statements. The e
PFM Exercises for Midwives
The presentation was delivered to the RCOM and triggered the realisation by the RCOM that midwives lacked knowledge and skills around teaching PFM exercises to peri-natal women. Following this presentation it was requested that an i-learning platform would be developed, based on the presentat
POGP Conference Programme 2016
Good Practice Statement regarding the Use of Electrical Stimulation to the Pelvic Floor Muscles in Women with Recent Abnormal Cervical Cytology
This statement is based on the synthesis of best available current evidence. It will be subject to periodic review as the evidence base evolves. It should be noted the statement offers guidance and should not be regarded as prescriptive; such general advice will always require to be modified in line
Preparing and Reviewing Posters
The National Continence Care Awards 2016
We want to celebrate the individual efforts, innovative practices and leadership initiatives which are ensuring that people with incontinence receive the highest quality care, across health and social care settings.
Please see the attached poster for more information.
Preparing a Presentation & Professional Portfolio
Preparing and Delivering a Presentation
POGP Social Media Guidance
POGP Conference 2015 Saturday Presentations
Presentations are only available to POGP members who have full access to the website.
Presentations which exceed 10MB cannot be uploaded onto the POGP website due to their size. Therefore these presentations can be accessed via the dropbox links below: