Associate Membership of MACP

Physiotherapists undertaking a recognised course of study that leads to full membership can become Associate members of the MACP.  Associate membership of the MACP normally lasts for a maximum period of 6 years.

Benefits of Associate Membership 

  • Musculoskeletal Science & Practice - a peer-reviewed journal cited in Index Medicus and Medicine, published 6 times a year
  • Free online access to Musculoskeletal Science & Practice (sign in to membership area to access)
  • 15% off Elsevier Science publications, which include Churchill Livingstone, Butterworth-Heinneman, Mosby, Ballière Tindall, W.B.Saunders
  • Free online access to additional Elsevier journals;

Accessible journals

  • Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Best Practice & Research In Clinical Rheumatology
  • Explore: The Journal of Science & Healing
  • Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies
  • Journal at Manipulative & Physiological Therapeutics
  • Physical Therapy in Sport
  • Physiotherapy
  • The Spine Journal
  • Discount journal rates for JOSPT

Journal Access Link

  • Access to educational and research bursaries
  • Additional criminal prosecution cover from Graybrook Insurers (up to £100,000 for any one claim)
  • Additional online access to a selected range of Elsevier Journals
  • Discounted subscription to JOSPT
  • Access to mentoring for abstract review and submission

 PLUS Associate members are: 

  • Included on the mailing list for MACP events and CPD activities
  • Have preferential booking and/or reduced rates on some MACP organised courses 

Please note that when you apply for membership - payment will be taken up front. Our team will need to validate your application so there will not be immediate access to MACP member benefits. This process will take a maximum of 4 weeks. If it is evident that you are not eligible for membership we reserve the right to apply an administration fee to your application refund.

RECOGNISED COURSES LEADING TO MEMBERSHIP

Courses Leading to Membership