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Nurturing Research in Practice - Virtual Conference - Save the date - 3/3/23

The MACP is delighted to announce we will be hosting a virtual conference on Friday 3rd March 2023. The conference, entitled "Nurturing Research in Practice", is aimed to develop those who are new to research.

New researchers will be given the opportunity to share their research and receive feedback on the day. So if you're just starting out, halfway through a project, recently completed research, interested in how to embed the research pillar into practice or wanting to gain insight into how to begin your research journey this excellent one-day conference is for you!

We have been very lucky to secure some excellent, well–renowned keynote speakers who will be sharing their journeys through research. Watch this space to see who the keynote speakers are!

Don’t forget to add this date to your calendar! The conference will be available to open to all MACP members. 

If you’d like to present your research, submissions for abstracts will be open in September, click here to submit an abstract.

Yours faithfully

MACP Executive Committee

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INTRODUCING THE VALD Applied Research Initiative

Applications are now open for up to $200,000 in VARI grants towards funding research into one of three key focus areas of musculoskeletal health and performance.

Find out more here - closing date 20th May 2022


Credentials Event in March

You are invited to a virtual event on 28 March 2022 (1pm-2pm) to hear about two new online national Postgraduate Certificates aligned with the NIHR-AMRC Clinician Researcher Credentials Framework.

The University of Exeter and Newcastle University are each launching a new Postgraduate Certificate aimed at healthcare professionals looking to develop their research delivery skillset.

More details are in the attached posters – please share with your membership as appropriate.

CRCF event Generic poster CRCF event Learner poster

Administrator - Practice & Development, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy