Monthly Archives: May 2020

Tom Wainwright invited to be Guest Editor for Medicina Special Issue on ERAS

Associate Professor Tom Wainwright has been invited to be a Guest Editor for the Medicina Special Issue “Nursing and Allied Health Professional Focused Research on Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS)”. Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) is a multimodal, multidisciplinary approach to the care of the surgical patient. The special issue in Medicina aims to gather… Read more »

Self-management of hip osteoarthritis during Covid-19 – A video series

Along with other face-to-face physiotherapy treatments, the CLEAT study, looking at how to improve care for patients with early arthritis of the hip, has been paused during the Covid-19 pandemic. Whilst our hospitals attend to the urgent needs of those with Covid-19, many patients with musculoskeletal conditions are managing their symptoms at home. In both… Read more »

ORI publish FitPro blog on long-term recovery from COVID-19

Tom Wainwright and Louise Burgess have published a review on the longer-term rehabilitation of patients following COVID-19 in the Fitness Professionals Ltd (FitPro) newsletter and blog. FitPro is the largest fitness development company in the world, with over 150,000 members in 84 countries, including personal trainers, nutritionists, and sports and exercise professionals. The review aims… Read more »

Professor Middleton joins panel to discuss resuming elective surgery

Head of ORI, Professor Robert Middleton will join a panel discussion in a webinar this Wednesday 6th May. The webinar will explore the re-opening of elective surgery in the NHS and consider the impact of COVID-19 to waiting lists. The panelists will discuss how medical technology companies can improve their engagement strategy with NHS decision… Read more »