11th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Girdle Pain in Melbourne, Australia.
Colleagues (past and present) from Cardiff University, Noudy Eleryan (Phd student), Dr Liba Sheeran and Dr Akushla Rathnayake (former Phd student at Cardiff, now based at Hertfordshire) recently attended the above event to present their work.
Noudy Eleryan – The effect of self-management interventions on musculoskeletal disorders in musicians: A scoping review.
Dr Akushla Rathnayake: Normalisation process theory (NPT) analysis of user experience of BACK-to-FITTM – A novel digital intervention to promote exercise self-management and physical activity in people with low back pain.
Dr Liba Sheeran: Assessment of spinal and pelvic kinematics using inertial measurement units in people with persistent low back pain. Co-production of BACK-on-LINETM, a work-based digital self-management of low back pain, for implementation and scaleup the rail industry. Phenotyping low back pain from video capture using computer vision and machine learning.
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UKRI Innovate UK Neurotechnology Conference
Held on 27.02.2024 in Birmingham.
CPNN+ awards four successful applicants
Following on from CPNN+'s most recent funding call, we have successfully awarded the following early career researchers (ECR's) with up to £5,000 each to support projects that develop the role of PPIE in shaping and advancing the application of neurotechnology.
Mind The Gap study with CPNN+ & NIHR Exeter Biomedical Research Centre (BRC)
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