pGALS video demonstration
pGALS is a simple, quick and validated musculoskeletal screening tool for use in the assessment of the school-aged child. It has been developed from the adult GALS through consultation with doctors and therapists, most of whom are members of the British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology (BSPAR). To view the video demonstration and to find out more about pGALS and when to use it please access the PMM website.
Developed by Newcastle University, UK, the pGALS app is a study aid that takes you through the pGALS steps with explanatory notes, images and relevant links to additional information including a checklist of the pGALS steps, a revision checklist and examples of how to record the pGALS findings. Download the app now.
pGALS eLearning module
Developed by Newcastle University, UK, this short course provides knowledge to support musculoskeletal assessment of children and young people. The course is free to access and suitable for all clinicians but particularly useful for medical students. It takes 30 minutes to complete and you will receive a certificate of completion. Access the course now.
pREMS (paediatric Regional Examination of the Musculoskeletal System) is based on the ‘look, feel, move, function’ principle like that of adult REMS for each joint or anatomical region, with active movements performed first and then passively by the examiner. To view the videos please sign into the PMM online website.