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ONLINE WEBINAR: BBS Scientific Webinar (01/12/2020, 19.30) "Cognitive Functional Therapy in nurses with Persistent Low Back Pain" (ID nummer: 409587)
Cursus met (fysieke) bijeenkomst(en)/ accreditatie per bijeenkomst
CategorieGeaccrediteerde puntenAccreditatieperiode
Algemeen kinesitherapeutisch41-12-2020 t/m 31-12-2020

Deze webinar wordt in het Engels gegeven. Hier is de samenvatting van de presentatie:

 

ABSTRACT
Nurses perform essential healthcare tasks within our healthcare system and adequate nursing health
is crucial for the provision of effective, empathic and efficient health care. However, occupational Low
Back Pain (LBP) is very common among nurses. Lifetime prevalence ranges from 35 to 84% and annual
prevalence is approximately 70%. LBP is worldwide the leading cause of disability and has a significant
personal, social and economic impact. The problem of persistent LBP (PLBP) in nurses and beyond is
still an increasing and urgent public health problem. Management approaches for LBP in nurses to date
are mostly isolated interventions based on the belief that LBP results from a physical injury and
focussing on physical nursing characteristics (lifting, transferring). They show very limited efficacy and
no consistent evidence is presently available to support their widespread application. Better strategies
to manage LBP in nurses is warranted and there is a clear need for individualized multimodal nonpharmacological
interventions incorporating the biopsychosocial understanding of LBP, where it is
acknowledged that a complex interaction between modifiable and non-modifiable factors across the
multidimensional domain play a role. There is increasing evidence that this can lead to better outcome.
However, integrating these promising principles in nurses with PLBP is currently lacking.
In my doctoral project (‘Cognitive Functional Therapy in nurses with persistent low back pain: an
intervention based on an individual multidimensional evaluation’) we aimed: (1) to get a better
understanding of the biopsychosocial characteristics in nurses with PLBP and (2) to evaluate an
individualized Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT) intervention in working nurses with PLBP within a
specific occupational nursing setting.
In this seminar we will discuss the results from my doctoral project and explore:
• efficacy of current interventions for LBP in nurses
• biopsychosocial / multidimensional characteristics of nurses with PLBP
• results of an individualized Cognitive Functional Therapy (CFT) intervention in nurses with PLBP
within a specific occupational nursing setting
• practical application of a multidimensional clinical reasoning process used to identify unhelpful
behaviours across the multidimensional domain in nurses with PLBP
• how this process guides an individualized CFT intervention and how this intervention can
practically be implemented
• possible future (research) directions needed to further ‘bridge the gap’ (between "knowing"
and "doing") in the management of PLBP in nurses and beyond

WANNES VAN HOOF (PhD, MT, PT)
Wannes Van Hoof graduated as a Master in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy
(musculoskeletal rehabilitation) at the KU Leuven (2010). In 2011 he obtained a
postgraduate diploma in advanced musculoskeletal rehabilitation: manual therapy and
sports physiotherapy at the KU Leuven. He is a recognized physiotherapist and Manual
Therapist (IFOMPT) and holder of a special professional competence in Manual Therapy. He
works clinically, in a private practice, with patients having complex musculoskeletal pain
problems.
Wannes also works as a research assistant at the KU Leuven and obtained his PhD in 2020
with research in the field of low back pain. An overview of his publications can be found
here. In addition to these research activities, Wannes is also a teacher and practical assistant
at the Faculty of Movement and Rehabilitation Sciences of the KU Leuven.
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Tijd19:30 - 21:30
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The “Belgian Back Society” (BBS) kondigt met trots haar 8e Tweejaarlijkse Congres aan, dat plaatsvindt op zaterdag 26 november 2016 te Hasselt.

Na het succes van de vorige congressen, met meer dan 300 deelnemers, gaat BBS dit jaar de discussie aan rond de verschillende mogelijkheden om specifieke rugpijn aan te pakken.

Het thema luidt ‘Back to specific low back pain’. Binnen dit thema zullen een aantal specifieke vormen van lage rugpijn de revue passeren. Hierbij zal telkens zowel de medische achtergrond als de conservatieve behandeling uitgebreid aan bod komen.

De presentaties hebben als doel om de meest recente wetenschappelijke bevindingen te vertalen naar de klinische praktijk. Gerenommeerde sprekers uit binnen- en buitenland zijn uitgenodigd om kwaliteitsvolle lezingen te brengen. Het congres is toegankelijk voor alle medische en paramedische specialismen.

Er zal ook een postersessie worden georganiseerd om de discussie alsook de samenwerking tussen clinici en onderzoekers te faciliteren. Graag roepen we op tot het indienen van abstracts via de Call for Abstracts (zie hieronder). Abstracts kunnen ingediend worden tot 15 september 2016 en worden beoordeeld door het Wetenschappelijke ComiteĢ. De beste posterpresentatie van een jong onderzoeker zal worden bekroond met de “Young Investigator Award”.

We hopen u op het 8e Tweejaarlijkse Congres van de BBS te mogen verwelkomen.

Lieven Danneels, Voorzitter BBS

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