2019-2020 BACPAR Work Plan
This is the work plan for the current year developed from BACPAR's objectives.
The progress of the work plan is reviewed by the Executive committee at it's meetings and an annual report on our progress against it will take place at the AGM,
If you have any specific questions re the content of the Work Plan please contact your regional rep or the BACPAR ChairDownload docx 32.57 KB2019-2020 BACPAR Work Plan
BACPAR Research Bursary Guidance and Application form
BACPAR are pleased to offer support grants to BACPAR members undertaking research or improvement projects or seeking to develop knowledge and skills that would build towards or help progress a research career.
Please see the attached documents for full information and how to applyDownload docx 106.11 KBBACPAR Research Bursary Guidance
BACPAR Education Bursary - Guidance and Application Form
Education bursaries are available to those who have had full BACPAR membership for two consecutive years i.e. have been a member for at least one complete BACPAR year.
Bursaries are not available to allied associate, departmental or student members.
Please see attached documents for full informationDownload doc 64 KBBACPAR Education Bursary Application Form
Specialised Commissioning: Prosthetics Patient Survey Report 2018
Just received the results of the NHSE Specialised
Commissioning: Prosthetics Patient Survey Report 2018 (as part of the Westminster Cross Party Limb Loss news letter) - hot off the press, not yet on NHSE website!
Extension to Early Bird Rate for BACPAR Conference and AGM 2018
In view of the difficulties we have been having with the updating of the CSP sites, and therefore access to the conference information, the BACPAR exec committee have decided to extend the early bird rate until the 30th September.
Rehabilitation in Sudden Onset Disasters. 2016. Eds Peter Skelton and Alice Harvey
Please see the link to this manual which has been developed in collaboration with several CSP professional networks - including BACPAR - to support volunteers on the UK International Emergency Trauma Register (UKIETR) but with the aim of being relevant to all rehabilitation professionals interested in rapid deployment to austere environments. The content has been reviewed by a group of humanitarian medical and rehabilitation professionals.