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Courses / conferences

NEW COURSE: 13th Southampton Hand Course - 'Hand Emergencies'

Login to the members area to download our AGM Minutes 2017 

Have your say in the future of physiotherpy - Physiotherapy Priority Setting Partnership: Final Workshop

More exciting BAHT Level I & II Validated Courses added - view details

iSARAH, RA Hand Exercise Training, free online course for Physios and OTs

View details of the next Midlands Regional Group meeting in Nottinham




Postoperative Hand Therapy Practice Patterns Following Trapeziectomy - Please·take part in this student survey - deadline·22/12/2017

Starting out in Research - 2 short courses on Getting Started



The Centre for Evidence Based Hand Surgery (Nottingham) have recently launched the HandSRev database. This is a listing of systematic reviews relevant to hand surgery (and hand therapy). An excellent resource and great place to start when looking for the latest evidence...

Useful document with staffing recommendations in hand therapy: Hand surgery in the UK: Manpower, resources, standards and training (BSSH 2007)

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journallogoHAND THERAPY - the international, peer-reviewed journal of the British Association of Hand Therapists Ltd and official journal of the 

European Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy (formerly known as British Journal of Hand Therapy)

Print ISSN 1758-9983

Online ISSN 1758-9991  (on-line archive available from 2002 onwards)

** PLEASE NOTE: BAHT members can access the Hand Therapy journal online for free. To do so please login to the members-only area and access the journal by clicking on ‘BAHT Journals’.**

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