Advanced Clinical Practice Musculoskeletal Masterclass

Friday 2nd February 2018

This course is designed for nurses, advanced nurse practitioners and allied health professionals (including radiographers) practicing at an advanced level who come in to contact with oncology patients.

The masterclass will be taught by expert clinicians and will include revision of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology, normal and pathological radiology, degenerative and inflammatory MSK conditions and bone health. There will also be an opportunity to practice advanced MSK examination skills


Learning Outcomes

The masterclass will provide an opportunity for advanced practitioners to update and gain further knowledge regarding the musculoskeletal (MSK) system

Key Themes

- MSK anatomy & physiology revision

- Normal & pathological radiology of the MSK system

- Degenerative & Inflammatory MSK conditions

- Bone health


The morning sessions are open to all advanced practitioners, advanced practitioners in training and allied health professionals working at an advanced level

The afternoon is aimed at advanced practitioners where clinical examination and interpretation of test results is part of their role. It will consist of three practical clinical stations and an Interactive pathological radiology session

Intended Audience

The course is aimed at Advanced Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practitioners in training, Allied Health Professionals and Radiographers


The advanced practice masterclasses have been delivered since 2013 and cover a wide range of subjects. Below are some testimonials from previous attendees.

“It was a very informative study day and all the speakers were excellent”

“Very well presented, clear and concise, a good combination of practical and theory” 

“This learning will enhance the care I deliver”

“These masterclasses are such a valued part of my education and they always deliver quality speakers and subjects which are so relevant to practice”

Over 90% of delegates said they were likely or very likely to change their practice as a result of the training