Session 24 – Lashing into Whiplash (Part 2) with Prof Sallie Lamb
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones.
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Session 24 – Lashing into Whiplash (Part 2) – Protocols, whiplash trials and professional regulation with Prof Sallie Lamb
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0:00 – 1:10
– Jack introduces Session 24
1:10 – 07:49
– The links and similarities to medical/drug trials
– A need for clinical reasoning and the importance of keeping up-to-date
07:50 – 10:14
– Jack counters: Can protocols result in a lack of autonomy and accountability?
10:15 – 14:10
-Exercise physiology; does response and perceived exertion. Is compliance more important?
14:11 – 20:04
– The need for knowledge and skill set of a therapist. Can research prove our worth?
20:05 – 25:00
-THR protocols: are the assumptions founded in evidence?
-Logical models and why they aren’t challenged
25:01 – 28:19
-Rob suggests physio’s are precious about our role
28:20 – 33:29
-The MINT Trial; first the Sarah Trial and now Lamb and Mint. Does Sally have an ego problem?!
-Pain, function and cost effectiveness of a single advice session and usual care
-Acute management of whiplash injuries
33:30 – 35:09
-What formed the chosen intervention arms for the MINT trial?
-“A good package of physiotherapy”
38:04 – 44:59
-How can the outcomes be interpreted?
-Should the commissioning strategies change?
45:00 – 47:50
-Do robust trials provide decisive statements for care?
-The need to eradicate low quality evidence
47:51 – 55:25
-Gold standard RCT’s; What would Roger say? (See Session 22)
55:26 – 1:01:29
– Is there a lack of regulation within Physiotherapy?
– “Think not just as a physiotherapist, but also as a taxpayer”
-Jack and Rob sum things up