Conference programme ACPIN NATIONAL CONFERENCE & AGM 2015 22 00 –– 22 11 M MPP TO TONN HHII LTO LTONN M AA RR CC HH 22 00 1155 || N N OO RRTHA THAM DAY 1 Friday 20th March 2015 DAY 2 Saturday 21st March 2015 Registration: 8.30am to 9.10am Registration (for day delegates): 8.15am to 8.55am TIME SPEAKER 9.15am Opening and welcome 9.20am KEYNOTE SPEAKER Professor Robert Van Deursen Movement science and movement therapy: two sides of the same coin? Professor Jane Burridge Robots and other technologies – physiotherapy of the future? 10.10 TOPIC TIME SPEAKER TOPIC 9.00am Professor Duncan Turner Neurophysiology of robot-mediated training and therapy: a perspective for future use in clinical populations. 9.50 Dr Richard Wood Optimising resource management in neurorehabiltiation 10.40 Tea/coffee break and poster viewing 11.00 Tea/coffee break and poster viewing 11.15 Free paper and poster presentations 11.45 Dr Louise Connell 12.30pm Lunch 1.35 Alison Clarke Commissioning FES services: a clinician’s perspective. 2.25 Giles Hudson A challenging journey: defiance in the face of adversity. 3.15 Dr Cherry Kilbride and Jo Tuckey The splinting guidelines: evidence, process, outcomes and translation into practice 4.00 Plenary Poster winner announcement and closing comments. 4.30 Close GRASP project: Reducing the evidence-practice gap in stroke upper limb rehabilitation: PRACTISE. 12.30pm AGM and President’s address 1.00 Lunch 2.00 Snap updates • UK stroke forum • Working with Handicap International • MS guideline response • Stroke Guidelines •INPA. 2.45 Workshops • Measurement in neurological science with Professor Robert Van Deursen • Exhibitor demonstration by Ottobock • Medicolegal workshop. with Jane Wright 4.20 Dr David Wilkinson Vestibular stimulation in Acquired Brain Injury 5.10 Dr Diego Kaski The electric brain: Combining physical therapy with non-invasive brain stimulation to improve gait and balance 6.00 Close 8.00 Gala dinner Sit down for dinner at 8.00pm. Entertainment provided by Big Mama Funk and the Funk Stars.