The Global Clubfoot Initiative (GCI) is a consortium of individuals and organisations with technical and organisational expertise in clubfoot management, using the Ponseti method and experience in establishing national clubfoot programmes in low and middle income countries. As part of their mission they provide resources and make training available to those working with people with clubfoot.
Physiopedia has worked with the GCI before in the hugely successful Managing Children with Clubfoot which was published in 2017. The course is still available now and thanks to the GCI we have some incredible content which will transform your practice.
In keeping with their aim to provide resource for the clubfoot community the GCI are launching a new webinar series with the first being on Measuring outcomes and delivering quality in clubfoot treatment. This will take place on 3 July, 14.00 – 15.30 (GMT +01). To get the link to take part you will have to sign up but don’t worry it is completely free. There is no cost involved.
Why this topic?
Who is Speaking?
- Tracey Smythe, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, International Centre for Evidence in Disability, will present approaches to measuring outcomes to treatment
- Christie Pettitt-Schieber, Research, Evaluation and Operations Manager, MiracleFeet, will talk about supporting quality clubfoot care across national programmes
- Esperance Uwizeye, Regional Program Officer (Africa) & Linda Hansen, Regional Manager (Africa), CURE Clubfoot will cover supporting quality clubfoot care in a country programme
- Mamun Chowdhury, Director of Operations, Walk for Life, Bangladesh, will talk about supporting quality clubfoot care at a clinic level
As with all webinars there will be opportunity for questions and discussion. To make sure you don’t miss out on any future webinars run by the GCI make sure you sign up to the mailing list.