The World Confederation of Physical Therapists (WCPT) congress is one of the physiotherapy professions leading global meetings. It occurs every two years and attracts a large, vibrant and international delegation. In 2019 the WCPT congress was held in Geneva, Switzerland between 10-13th May and the MOSAIC Chief Investigator, Dr Lindsay Bearne, attended the conference to present the findings of the feasibility study which informed the development of the MOSAIC trial.
Follow this link to the conference poster! WCPTMOSAIC
Following the meeting Lindsay reported
‘The MOSAIC feasibility study poster presentation attracted a number of enquiries from a range of delegates. Notably, clinicians came to speak to me to discuss how they could implement MOSAIC into their practice to help patients with intermittent claudication walk more. I also spoke to physiotherapy researchers who were keen to understand how we are training our physiotherapists to deliver behaviour change techniques and motivational interviewing as part of the MOSAIC intervention. Everyone wanted to know when the MOSAIC trial would be completed so they could review the findings of our trial!’
— King's Physiotherapy (@Physio_KCL) May 15, 2019