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MACP response to NICE Guideline Scope - Consultation............Click here to read...
NICE Guideline Scope - Consultation.......... "Last chance for MACP members to comment on the draft scope for clinical guidelines on low back pain from the National Institute for Health and Care ...
Dear MACP member..................PPA Draft Competencies - Member Consultation....The Physiotherapy Pain Association (PPA) have been working in partnership with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy ...
IFOMPT Newsletter July 2013............Click "Read more" - then click here...
Members who have paid for their annual subs by standing order - please note that these payments will not be added to member accounts until the middle of October and, in the meantime, your account will...
The reports for this years AGM are now on the website for members under the Home menu / MACP AGM 2013.....(members log in required)....
Clinical Academic Career funded opportunies for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals..... The University of Brighton is working with partner organisations to offer a route into the Cl...
Funding for Masters students - CSP Dissemination Awards.......New CSP Research Priorities Masters Dissemination Awards of £500, financed by the CSP Charitable Trust, have been set up to:- fund member...
The MACP 45th AGM will be held on Thursday 10th October 2013 from 5.45pm at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham. There will be a welcome drinks reception for members and invited guests fro...
physios in sport are delighted to announce details of their exciting biennial conference 25 + 26 October in Glasgow - not everything in sport is black and white: add some colour with presentations fro...
Consultant Physiotherapist, Chair of the MACP Professional Development Committee and MACP Executive Committee member. As chair of the PDC , Chris has been involved in the organisation and running of 2 national and one international conference, the KC MACP Conference in Edinburgh, as well as developing an ongoing post-graduate education programme for the MACP.
Professor Ann P Moore,
Professor of Physiotherapy and Director of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions, University of Brighton
Ann qualified as a physiotherapist in 1973 and worked as a clinician in the National Health Service in the United Kingdom until 1977, when she became a student physiotherapy teacher. Ann qualified as a physiotherapy teacher in 1978 and took up a teaching post at the Woodlands School of Physiotherapy. Birmingham until January 1980. During this period she specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy gaining entry to the Manipulation association of Chartered Physiotherapists by examination. In 1980 Ann took up a lecturing post at Coventry Polytechnic where she remained until 1990 in a full time academic post, but in addition carrying out private physiotherapy practice at evenings and weekends. Ann has been an active researcher since 1980 and she completed her PhD in 1990.
Ann took up a full time principal lecturing post at the University of Brighton in 1990. She became Director of the Clinical Research Centre for Health Professions in 1997 and has led the research centre ever since.
She was awarded a Fellowship by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in 1998 and was awarded a Fellowship of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 2004.
Ann has published over 80 peer reviewed journal articles and has delivered key note and invited addresses at a large number of conferences both nationally and internationally.
Ann was editor of the Manipulative Physiotherapy Journal from 1990 until 1995 and has been Executive Editor of Manual Therapy Journal since 1995.
Dr Dylan Morrissey
Dylan Morrissey qualified from UEL in 1991 and has fourteen years of experience working in sports and exercise medicine. He completed an MSc at UCL and MACP membership in 1997 then a PhD at King's College London in 2005. He now combines an extended scope role in outpatients at Tower Hamlets Primary Care Trust with an academic role in the Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary College, University of London where he runs an intercalated BSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has successfully organised 60 post-graduate courses for physiotherapists and two conferences on motion analysis.
Di Kendall is Lead Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist working for Nottinghamshire County Teaching PCT. She qualified in 1988 and completed an MSc (with MACP) at the University of Hertfordshire in 2004. She has been responsible for delivering a program of MACP postgraduate evening lectures and courses in Nottingham since 2004. She also sits on the Clinical Reference Group for Principia Partners in Health, an innovative social enterprise model of healthcare provision in Nottingham, recently awarded Pathfinder status.
Louise is a lecturer in physiotherapy in King's College London. She is currently completing her PhD in the biomechanical and neuromuscular factors involved in patellofemoral pain syndrome.
David Sweeting is a Clinical Specialist in Physiotherapy for Great Yarmouth & Waveney PCT. He trained at Brunel University College in London and completed his Masters at UEA in Norwich. A former International Modern Pentathlete and now a competitive cyclist, his areas of special interest include shoulder dysfunction and anterior knee pain.
Consultant Physiotherapist, IFOMT Member Organisation delegate, Vice Chair of the MACP Professional Development cCommittee and MACP Executive Committee member. Involved in the organisation and running of courses for the members and involved in organizing the 2009 international conference, the KC / MACP Conference in Edinburgh.
Melanie is a Publisher with Elsevier responsible for a list of health professions journals including Manual Therapy which is the official journal of the MACP. Melanie has worked closely with the MACP, in particular supporting their research and development activities and was a member of the conference committee for the MACP's 2nd International Conference on Movement Disorders, 2005 which was organised and sponsored by Elsevier and Manual Therapy journal.
Nina is an experienced Conference Organiser with Elsevier and managed the organisation of the 2nd International Conference on Movement Disorders, 2005 for the MACP and Elsevier and is currently working on the next conference in the series to be held in 2009. (Elsevier Conference Department)
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