The CPIP UK & RoI National Network is a collective of healthcare professionals from across the UK and Republic of Ireland comprising physiotherapists, paediatricians and orthopaedic surgeons, all of whom have a specialist interest in the treatment of children and young people with Cerebral Palsy.
We are a non-fund holding advisory group whose primary role is to effectively champion the use and support the establishment of the CPIP patient management system in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, following the Scottish (CPIPS) and Swedish (CPUP) model.
The network is supported by members of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP), the British Academy of Childhood Disability (BACD) and the British Society for Children's Orthopaedic Surgery (BSCOS).
Members represent their Region / Profession at CPIP National Network meetings and are involved in promoting the implementation of the CPIP pathway and patient management system at a Regional / Professional level. They will assist with coordinating/promoting meetings and training events at a Regional / Professional level as well as share and develop CPIP resources, service delivery models, publications, etc. in helping to support roll out of the pathway across the UK.
The CPIP National Network currently meets every 3-4 months.
Please note - CPIP is at various stages of implementation between the 4 UK nations and RoI. There will be variations between areas/regions/countries. Further details regarding activity in your region can be found below.
Below is an interactive map of the UK (not available on mobile site). Hover over an area to find out more about CPIP in that region. Follow this link to go to the CPIP section on the Association for Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP) website and click here for more information about CPIP representatives in the different regions along with our 5 year plan.
Hover the mouse over the map to find out more about CPIP in your area or click here to go to a list of regional CPIP representatives.
The Republic of Ireland is represented by Elaine McConkey and Amanda O'Sullivan.