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ESCAPE-pain Training for Clinicians and Exercise Instructors

The Health Innovation Network and Yorkshire and Humber AHSN are looking forward to welcoming you on the ESCAPE-pain training open to clinicians and exercise instructors on August 15th. The training will be from 9.30 – 16.00 with registration available from 9.00.

Broughton Road, Malton, YO17 7BP

ESCAPE-pain Training for Clinicians and Exercise Instructors

The full day course will cover the below areas:

  • The theoretical foundations and evidence-based for ESCAPE-pain (including its clinical and cost effectiveness)
  • The practical skills required to support behaviour change in people to self-manage their OA through developing enhanced motivational interviewing, goal setting, helping people develop action and coping plans, group facilitation techniques, and a practical element demonstrating the exercises
  • How to set-up and deliver ESCAPE-pain (including optimising referrals, uptake and retention and how to run each session of the programme)
  • Guidance on how to develop and adapt ESCAPE-pain to work within different settings

Pre-qualifications for clinicians:

Basic clinical knowledge of osteoarthritis and its management are required, including familiarity with delivering education and exercise to patients. Along with at least 2 years post graduate experience.

Pre-qualification for fitness instructors:

Please provide evidence (scans or photos) of all qualifications noted as essential in order to be confirmed on this training course.

  • Level 2/3 underpinning anatomy and physiology (essential)
  • Level 3 Exercise Referral or a relevant level 4 qualification (essential)
  • At least 150 hours previous experience of working with specialist populations e.g. Exercise Referral, Cardiac, Back care, Falls etc. (essential)
  • One or more REPS Level 4 Qualifications (desirable)
  • Introduction to MI/Understanding Behaviour Change (desirable)

Supporting Documents:

pay-by-invoice-instructions-219.pdf (PDF, 293.4 Kb)