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  • 22 June 2017
  • 3 June 2017
    ADAPT are delighted to announce the launch of 2017’s ADAPT Project Grant (previously known as the ADAPT Award). The ADAPT Project Grant is designed to support individuals to go beyond their normal work or study in support of the organisations aim:...
  • 2 May 2017
    From the left: Mohmoud Aden. physios Shane Ryder and Gary Nicholson, Nasser Soufi and Saeed Ali (Momoud, Nasser and Saeed are from the African Appeal charity team) Staff at Montefiore Hospital, part of the Spire Healthcare group, have collected more than...
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  • 25 April 2017
    More information will be forthcoming, including theme, speakers and times.  Watch this space...
  • 23 March 2017
    Did you know we have a map of countries where ADAPT members are currently working or have experience of working in? We set up the map both as a way to show how geographically diverse our experiences are and also as a way to help members find one another...
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  • 3 March 2017
    Physiotherapist Anna Vine receives her award from Guy Warrington, the British high commissioner in Sierra Leone Theresa May wrote a personal letter to physio Anna Vine to congratulate her on receiving a Points of Light award, which the government awards...
  • 6 February 2017
    Rehabilitation 2030 aims to increase attention towards including rehabiltation within health systems. A Call to Action was drafted and was endorsed by participants at the meeting. The call to action seeks to improve and increase rehabilitation services...
  • 23 January 2017
    Physios were among the healthcare professionals to take part in the mock disaster. Photo: Phil Sheppard Together with occupational therapists, nurses and a doctor, the four physios qualified after a full field training exercise in rehabilitation. The...
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  • 17 November 2016
    Physio Charmi Lathia at work in Freetown, Sierra Leone Charmi Lathia was a cardiorespiratory physio at the Royal Brompton in London, when she responded to a job advertisement in Frontline for a physiotherapy coordinator with the organisation King’s...
  • 9 October 2016
    As well as highlighting research done by others we are going to provide some information about actually doing research. This month’s topic is how to get started, and over the coming months we will be covering different research methods, research...
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