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  1. Week 1: Complexity 21 items
    1. Reference List 15 items
      1. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015) :Arthritis, osteoporosis and other musculoskeletal conditions

        Webpage  Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (2015) ‘Authoritative information and statistics to promote better health and well being’

      2. Musculoskeletal pain at multiple sites and its effects on work ability in a general working population - Helena Miranda, Leena Kaila-Kangas, Markku Heliövaara, Päivi Leino-Arjas, Eija Haukka, Juha Liira and Eira Viikari-Juntura 2010

        Article 

      3. Sickness absence and concurrent low back and neck-shoulder pain: results from the MUSIC-Norrtälje study. - Nyman T; Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, Stockholm County Council, Norrbacka, 171 76, Stockholm, Sweden. teresia.nyman@sll.seGrooten WJWiktorin CLiwing JNorrman L 2007

        Article 

      4. The burden of musculoskeletal conditions - Sarah Parsons, Deborah P.M. Symmons 2010

        Article 

    2. Recommended Further Reading 6 items
      1. Chronic musculoskeletal conditions and comorbidities in primary care settings - Hudon C; Département de médecine de famille de l'Université de Sherbrooke au Québéc 2008

        Article 

  2. Week 2: The Biopsychosocial Model 23 items
    1. Reference List 5 items
    2. Recommended Further Reading 18 items
      1. The biopsychosocial model 25 years later: principles, practice, and scientific inquiry. - Borrell-Carrió F; Department of Medicine, University of Barcelona, CAP Cornellà, Catalonian Institute of Health (ICS), C/Bellaterra 39, 08940 Cornellà de Llobregat, Spain. 12902fbc@comb.esSuchman ALEpstein RM 2004

        Article 

      2. Explain pain - David S. Butler, G. Lorimer Moseley 2013

        Book  This book can be taken out at the Albert Sloman Library at Colchester, or should be avaliable through your own hospital library. It is not an essential read

      3. Explain pain / David S. Butler and G. Lorimer Moseley. - Butler, David S.

        Book  This book can be taken out at Southend Forum library, or should be avaliable through your own hospital library. It is not an essential read

      4. The Biopsychosocial Model Thirty Years Later - Giovanni A. Fava, Nicoletta Sonino 2007

        Article 

      5. The biopsychosocial approach to chronic pain: Scientific advances and future directions. - Gatchel, Robert J.. Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX, US, 2007

        Article 

      6. Pain management: practical applications of the biopsychosocial perspective in clinical and occupational settings - Chris J. Main, Paul J. Watson, Michael J. L. Sullivan, dawsonera 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      7. Psychologically based occupational rehabilitation: The pain-disability prevention program - M.J.L Sullivan, W.D Stanish 2003

        Article  This article will soon be digitised and be available to view online.

  3. Week 3: Working and Communicating with Others 16 items
    1. Reference List 3 items
    2. Recommended Further Reading 13 items
      1. Towards multidisciplinary teamworking in musculoskeletal care: evolution of a service - Roberta Ainsworth, Veronica Conboy, Judith Norman, Nick Viner 2004

        Article 

      2. Critical practice in health and social care - Ann Glaister, Maureen A. Eby, Hilary Brown 2000

        Book  Read Chapter 8

      3. Treatment and the process of care in musculoskeletal conditions - Nadine E. Foster, Tamar Pincus, Martin Underwood, Steven Vogel 2003

        Article 

      4. Factors Predicting Work Ability Following Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation for Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain. - Lillefjell, Monica1,2,3Monica.Lillefjell@hist.noKrokstad, Steinar4Espnes, Geir Arild1,5 2006

        Article 

      5. A new multidisciplinary approach to integrating best evidence into musculoskeletal practice - Kay Stevenson, Lesley Bird, Panagiotis Sarigiovannis, Krysia Dziedzic 2007

        Article 

  4. Week 4: Benefits and Limitations of Diagnostic Tests 17 items
    1. Reference List 9 items
      1. The diagnostic accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging, work perception and psychosocial factors in identifying symptomatic disc herniations - N Boos, R Reider, V Schade, K.F Spratt 1995

        Article  This article will soon be digitised and be available to view online.

    2. Recommended Further Reading 8 items
      1. Ultrasound of the Shoulder: Asymptomatic Findings - Gandikota Girish, Lucas G. Lobo, Jon A. Jacobson, Yoav Morag, Bruce Miller and David A. Jamadar 2011

        Article 

      2. Diagnostic sensitivity and specificity of Doppler ultrasound in rheumatoid arthritis. - Terslev L; The Parker Institute, Department of Rheumatology, Frederiksberg Hospital, Frederiksberg, Denmark.von der Recke PTorp-Pedersen SKoenig MJBliddal H 2008

        Article  This article will soon be digitised and be available to view online.

  5. Week 5: Extended Scope and Professional Boundaries 32 items
    1. Reference List 20 items
      1. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (2007) ‘The scope of physiotherapy practice’

        Webpage  You will need to log in with your CSP login details in order to view this webpage

      2. Orthopaedic triaging by podiatrists: a prospective study of patient satisfaction and service efficiency - Tom P. Walsh, Dolores C. Pilkington, Esther J. Wong, Christopher H. Brown 2014

        Article 

    2. Recommended Further Reading 12 items
      1. Extended scope physiotherapists in the emergency department: a literature review - Carey M. McClellan, Fiona Cramp, Jane Powell, Jonathan R. Benger 2010

        Article 

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