This is the recording of Jo Gibson’s keynote lecture at the BigRs Conference in 2018, she talks us through the history of the biopsychosocial model, the common pitfalls of its use and how we can all ensure we apply it appropriately. The recording also contains the panel discussion that followed and the audience Q&A to maximise the information gained! A downloadable PDF of the slides accompanies the webinar.
- Understand the BioPsychoSocial Model
- How to apply the BPS model to patients
- How is it most often misunderstood, misrepresented and misapplied?
- How to get back on track
Author: Jo Gibson
Jo continues to be involved in upper limb research and has presented original research at many National and International conferences winning three Best Paper prizes. She has published in peer-reviewed journals and written several book chapters. Jo has also co-authored BESS Care Pathways for the British Elbow and Shoulder Society.
Jo’s recognized expertise in the assessment and management of shoulder pathology has resulted in consultancy work with many elite sports teams in a variety of sports including football, rugby, cricket, gymnastics, swimming, boxing and tennis. In addition she is regularly sought out by other clinicians to help problem solve more challenging presentations.