Paul Wagstaff Memorial Lecture 2021
Public Lecture: 'Long Covid and lessons learnt from other post-viral conditions such as ME and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome'
|Presenter Details||Dr Clague-Baker has been qualified as a physiotherapist for 31 years. She has worked clinically in Manchester, Cardiff, Philadelphia (USA) and Leicester. For the last 15 years she has taught neurological physiotherapy and research at the University of Leicester. She obtained funding from the Stroke Association to complete her PhD in 2019 on the topic of cardiovascular fitness in people post-stroke. She has published and presented this work nationally and internationally. In 2021, her postgraduate research has been funded by the ME Association exploring the physiological effects of every day activity for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). Her ongoing research interests relate to neurological physiotherapy in particular stroke, ME, long covid and in the areas of fatigue management, exercise-based rehabilitation, mental health and healthy lifestyles. She continues to work clinically seeing private neurological patients.|
|How to Book||Online - the link has now been circulated to the email address supplied to those that registered for the lecture|
|Contact Person||Máirín Carroll|
|Date||28 Sep 2021 19:00 - 28 Sep 2021 20:00|
The Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists &
The Discipline of Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
Formally invite you to:
The Paul Wagstaff Commemorative Lecture
‘Long Covid and lessons learnt from other post-viral conditions such as ME and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’
This public lecture will present the latest evidence on Long covid in the UK and worldwide including epidemiology and symptoms. It will focus on post-viral fatigue syndrome and compare with other post-viral fatigue syndromes including Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). It will provide information about potential management of these conditions based on current and previous research and advice from people living with these conditions.