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This will take place on Saturday 10th March 2012
The location is UCL Institute of Child Health in London
Registration will be open soon watch out for invite and call for papers. For more info check out BAPO web site
Algeos are pleased to annouce that they will be holding an in-house training day on the Amfit and Elftman systems. Presentations from clinical experts Heidi Meckler and Sarah Boardman will cover the full system capabilities and advantages to you and your business!
There will also be an opportunity to tour our factory premises including our Podiatry showroom.
Wednesday 14th December 2011 10am-3.30pm
Thursday 15th December 2011 10am-3.30pm
Amfit Orthotics Fabrication System
Presented by: Sara Boardman DPodM, MChS
Discover how the Amfit Orthotic Fabrication System can revolutionise how you create your orthotics. Be in complete control of your patients Orthotics (both accomodative & functional) from measurement and assessment to the complete manufacture of the fi nished device.
The Amfit systems can be matched to your own specific company requirements based on volumes, product needs and commitment level.
The full informative programme, to be presented by clinical expert Sara Boardman, will cover the full Amft capabilities including production methods and compatable materials.
■ Learn how to create accurate yet cost effective custom orthotics.
■ Learn how to fabricate Orthotics for most conditions in less than one hour!
■ Learn how to achieve precise, fast and repeatable results.
■ Making the business case work.
■ Growing your business with Amfit.
Elftman Foot Pressure Analysis System
Presented by: Heidi Meckler BSc, MChS, HPC Reg
The Podotech Elftman is a versatile, efficient, cost effective comprehensive foot analysis system. Quick and easy to use, the Podotech Elftman is an essential tool when working in any fast-paced clinical environment.
The full informative programme, to be presented by biomechanics expert Heidi Meckler, will cover the extraordinary & highly reliable capabilities of the Podotech Elftman.
■ Learn about the 3 Scan types: Static, Dynamic & Postural
■ Learn about the comparative capabilities.
■ Learn about the immediate storage & report generation.
We are offering this 1 day training session FREE OF CHARGE on the 14th* and 15th* of December 2011. Refreshments will be served throughout the day. Numbers are limited and as we are sure it will prove to be a popular event, we recommend you book now to secure your place.
Please speak to your Algeos sales representative to confirm your attendance at this event, or alternatively contact Francis Barrett at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Please state your choice of day when you confi rm attendance
Orthotics Technology Forum 2012 dates announced!
Next year’s Orthotic Technology Forum will be held on 12th & 13th July 2012 at University of Salford in Greater Manchester, UK.
The 2 day conference will include an evening meal at Old Trafford, home of Manchester United.
The programme is set to as varied and educational as this year’s event, showing technology which is currently being used in the design and manufacture of orthotic insoles as well as what may be on the horizon.
This event will again be CPD approved and count towards your professional development.
Please put the dates in your diary now and we will update you shortly when the programme is confirmed and when registration opens.
Visit www.orthotics-technology-forum.com for more information.
Why University of Salford?
The University of Salford has fantastic new facilities in its School for Health, Sports and Rehibilitation, including a multi million pound podiatry clinic, digital analysis rooms and orthotics labs.
The University is home to UNIPOD (United National Institute for Prosthetics & Orthotics Development) – The only Prosthetics and Orthotics higher education provider in England.
University of Salford’s podiatry clinic
Included in your registration for the event, will be an evening meal on Thursday 12th July for all of our delegates to attend to relax, network and socialise.
Next year’s meal will be held at Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United Football Club. Delegates will be invited to enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the club’s Museum which houses three floors of history and memorabelia before enjoying a 3 course meal in the Evolution Suite with fantastic pitch side views.
Old Trafford pitch
Why should you attend?
You will see technologies already being used successfully by orthotics laboratories around the world alongside emerging technologies and research projects giving an insight into custom orthotic advances over the next few years.
The event is educational and will expose attendees to new and emerging technologies including hands on experience with a tour of University of Salford’s podiatry facilities as well as contribute towards your continued professional development.
There will also be an opportunity for delegates and speakers to network during the sessions and breaks to share experiences.
Who should attend?
• Laboratory Managers
• Innovative Podiatrists / Orthotists
• Anyone interested in improving the efficiency and profitability of their laboratory or clinic
Register your place and pay online at www.orthotics-technology-forum.com or contact Hannah Harlock at email@example.com.
Once you have successfully registered for the event, you will be sent confirmation along with details of hotels that we have negotiated special rates with.
A new open event for the discussion of digital technology
19th & 20th May 2011, University of Bath, UK
The Orthotic Technology Forum is the first event to focus on discussing new technologies and processes designed to assist Practitioners and Laboratories in prescribing and manufacturing Custom Orthotic Insoles. Our guest speakers are leading the way in developing and using different types of technology, from hardware devices to help measure biomechanical features, pressure and anatomical form, CADCAM tools for plasterless manufacture, as well as new ideas for increasing productivity and reducing manufacturing costs.
What subjects will be covered?
This is a unique opportunity for you to see a wide range of innovative technologies from a varied range of organisations, including:
Larry Huppin , Medical Director of Prolab Orthotics (USA)
Evidence based medicine: Foot imaging for custom functional foot orthoses
Craig Payne, Senior Lecturer, Latrobe University (Australia)
Cost benefit comparison of plaster casts and optical scans for the manufacture of foot orthoses
Clifton Bradeley, Owner, SUB 4 (UK)
New digital biomechanical evaluation devices and related theories
Craig Tanner, Head Podiatrist, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital (Qatar)
Digital Orthotic System – Exploring the possibilities in a Sports Medicine Service
Stephen Newman, Professor of Engineering, University Of Bath (UK)
Cryogenic machining of soft material orthotics
Phil Wells, Technical Support Manager, Salts TechStep (UK)
Advanced CADCAM for custom Orthotic Insole Design
Chris Lawrie, Healthcare BDM, Delcam Plc (UK)
Workflow Management – web based orthotic order management
Lloyd Thomas, Owner, CycleFit (Germany)
Digital technologies for professional cyclist insoles
Adrian Bowyer, Founder of the RepRap Project, University Of Bath (UK)
Low Cost 3D Printing of custom insoles
Dr Roozbeh Naemi, Senior Research Officer (Iran), Staffordshire University
Mathematical force modelling to help design custom shoe soles and insoles
Francis Barrett , ALGEOS (UK)
Michel Babin, President, TechMed 3D Inc. (USA)
Converting the clinician to CAD/CAM; a step by step approach
Greg Armstrong, President of sales and marketing, Mile High Orthotics (USA)
Going digital – are you ready?
* Content of this event may vary due to personal circumstances of the speakers.
The University of Bath is pioneering research into advanced manufacturing technologies and their application in the custom orthotic insoles industry. The Roman Spa town of Bath is a beautiful traditional English town which was the setting for many of Jane Austen’s famous novels with many attractions for you to visit during your stay. See www.visitbath.co.uk for more information and to plan your visit.
How to register your place
There will be a fee of £50.00 for delegates attending this event. If you would like to attend this event, please register and pay online at www.orthotics-cadcam.com/event or contact Hannah Harlock at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you have successfully registered for the event, you will be sent confirmation along with details of hotels that we have negotiated special rates with.
Why should you attend?
You will see technologies already being used successfully by orthotics laboratories around the world alongside emerging technologies and research projects giving an insight into custom orthotic advances over the next few years. The event is educational and will expose attendees to new and emerging technologies including hands on experience with a tour of University of Bath’s machining facilities aswell as contribute towards your continued professional development.
There will also be an opportunity for delegates and speakers to network during the sessions and breaks to share experiences ,as well as giving you time to explore the Roman Spa Town of Bath with us.
The Technician committee of BAPO in association with Algeos are looking to put together some training courses for Technicians. These courses will take place at Algeos training facility in Liverpool and may be one day courses or two day courses depending on the subject. We have access to local hotels to put attendees up. We hope that the courses will also have practical elements to them.
We hope that the courses will be able to attract funding from the OETT this means that the attendees will be able to claim back from OETT the cost of the course, travel to the course and up to £60 per night’s accommodation.
Now the hard bit what subject would you like to see us cover. I have started a thread over on the forum page and I would like to ask you to take time to visit the forum and post your views.
After the success of previous Awareness Days for Technicians the Technician Committee are pleased to announce that we will be running another Awareness Day at Conference 2011. The day will again be run on the Friday prior to the opening of Conference and we will be utilising the excellent facilities of the International Conference Centre Harrogate, the venue for Conference 2011.
Once again we have lined up three excellent speakers who will present on the following topics:-
1. The Role of the Support Worker in O&P
2. Risk assessment in the Workplace
3. What a Patient needs from their Technician
All subjects which are very relevant to Orthotic and Prosthetic Technicians. Technicians who attend the Awareness Day Course will qualify for a reduction in their Conference registration fee. You could attend Conference for as little as £26!!
To assist employers/individuals with costs delegates are encouraged to apply to the OETT for reimbursement of expenses which can include course fees, return travel and one nights’ accommodation. Information on criteria and application form are available at www.bapo.com
All attendees will be presented with a certificate of attendance which can be used as evidence for your CPD.
BAPO Members £190.00
Non Members £250.00
Delcam in association with Algeos and BAPO are pleased to present a revised version of this course which will look at the subject of CADCAM and its uses in O&P. As requested following last year’s presentations, the course has been reduced to one day. This next event will take place 20th April 2010.
Delcam UK is a division of Delcam Plc, one of the worlds leading developers and suppliers of CADCAM software for the 3-dimensional design, manufacture and inspection of complex shapes. OrthoModel is built upon 30 years of experience in the aerospace and automotive industries to give a solution which automates the design and manufacture of custom orthotic insoles.
This course will run with a maximum of 30 participants. Lunch will be included for all attendees.
COURSE NOW CLOSED.