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Everything you wanted to know about setting up a Musculoskeletal Service but were afraid to ask!
The webinar will describe how we set up the Telford Musculoskeletal Service and some of the problems we encountered along the way with our solutions.

We will describe how we set up our MSK service in Telford after winning a tender three years ago. The Service is a single-point of access for Rheumatology, Pain, Physio, Orthopaedics and musculoskeletal services in the NHS within Telford. The service is a Prime Vendor type model with Shropshire Community Trust holding the main contract and sub-contracting to other NHS and Private providers in the locality.

ARMA webinars are free to access thanks to the support of our partners. We would like to thank Roche Products Limited and Chugai Pharma UK for supporting this webinar.

Who should attend? Commissioners, First contact practitioners, GPs, hospital consultants, physiotherapists , Patients and Patient Organisations and charities.

Feb 15, 2019 12:30 PM in London

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Dr Louise Warburton, M.B. Ch.B. DFFP.DRCOG. FRCGP. DM-SMed
GPwSI in Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Medicine @NHS Telford and Wrekin
Louise has worked as a GP since 1985 and as Medical Lead for Telford MKS service, seeing a wide variety of patients with MSK and Rheumatology problems. She has wide experience in a variety of roles related to MSK services including: • GP champion for Keele University working in Primary Care MSK research and dissemination. • Past President of the Primary Care Rheumatology Society • Member of Guidelines Development Group for the NICE Guidelines for the Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis in Adults and involved in the Guidelines for Spondyloarthropathy. • Involved in GP education for a number of years; Rheumatology and MSK education in the main and have arranged several MSK conferences for the RCGP and Keele University. • Member of the British Society for Rheumatology Education and Training Committee.