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The CSP is calling for nominations to fill vacancies on all its main committees including the Research and Development Committee, the Professional Practice and Service Delivery Committee and the Educa...
Follow us on Twitter..........The MACP is in the process of developing a social media strategy to grow our presence and profile online. We are all keen to involve as many members as possible in this a...
Physiotherapy UK Conference - 11th-12th October 2013, Birmingham International Convention Centre........The MACP have been issued with a unique discount code which entitles 10% of our members a 10% di...
Physical Therapists scope of practice is being challenged in California. comptsig.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/chiropractors-trying-to-steal.html?m=1<http://comptsig.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/chiropractors-...
WCPT E-Update - January 2013 - From the President and Secretary General........Recently a film from the first WCPT Congress held 60 years ago in London came to light. It is a poignant reminder of WCPT...
International Framework for Examination of the Cervical Region for potential of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction prior to Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Intervention.This consensus document presents a clinic...
Members may be interested in this exhibition........................COPA Practice Growth 2013, 6th-7th June 2013, ExCel, London - click here for websiteFrom COPA:We are delighted to introduce COPA Pra...
MACP members views sought on the new AHP Advisory Fitness for Work Report pilot........Click here to access Fitness Report............."Dear MSK Physiotherapist, The pilot of the AHP Advisor...
MACP Members........There is now a new way to access Manual Therapy (and the journals below) - which will be of added benefit to MACP members - as you will no longer need a separate username and passw...
CALLING ALL BLOGGERS, TWEETERS, FACEBOOK USERS AND GENERAL SOCIAL MEDIA GURUS - THE MACP NEEDS YOU!!!!!!The Executive Committee would like to hear from any MACP member who would like to help us in dev...
INTERNET RESOURCE PAGE
This page is designed to help members access the wealth of clinical and research information available electronically. The links included are only the tip of the iceberg and so if you have found a useful resource, whilst surfing the net, please contact the research officers and we will endeavour to include a link from this page.
Unavoidably, links sometimes change and so if a link has failed please let the research officers know and we will correct it.
MACP Research officer
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The Musculoskeletal Specialist Library
PubMed is a service provided free by the National Library of Medicine in the USA.
The web site has helpful tutorials on searching techniques and tips and can provide search returns in a format suitable for direct import into reference managing software.
Another service provided by the National Library of Medicine is a facility called Pub Crawler. This is not what you might think, but is none the less a very useful service. By registering with the service and entering the search terms that you are interested in retrieving, you receive a daily update of the literature, meeting your search criteria, by email.
USEFUL UNIVERSITY BASED RESOURCE SITES
These sites have a wide range of useful resources for clinicians, educationalists and researchers.
|The University of Teeside Physiotherapy websites|
|Strathclyde University||University of Sydney - (PEDro)Physiotherapy Evidence Database|
|The NHS Electronic Library for Health|
The International Headache Society
The International Association for the Study of Pain
The UK's BackCare Charity site
An excellent and comprehensive site on statistics
|CRITICAL APPRAISAL||CONFERENCE LINKS|
The UK's public health resource unit pages on critical appraisal and evidence based practice.
ON-GOING RESEARCH STUDIES:
|This charity have a database of "expert patients" who they will contact for you if you need patient input into a study you are designing.|
The links included are only the tip of the iceberg and so if you have found a useful resource whilst surfing the net please contact the research officers and we will endeavour to include a link from this page.
Unavoidably, links sometimes change and so if a link has failed again please let the research officers know and we will correct it.
MACP Research officer
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