There are two categories of MACP membership, full and associate.
Physiotherapists undertaking a recognised course of study that leads to full membership can become Associate members of the MACP. There are full time or part time manipulative physiotherapy postgraduate courses run in the UK (click here for a list of recognised courses).
Associate membership of the MACP normally lasts for a maximum period of 6 years.
****In order to be eligible to apply for Full MACP membership, applications must be submitted within 5 years of completing a route leading to membership of the MACP.
Benefits of Associate Membership
Physiotherapists undertaking a recognised course of study that leads to full membership can become Associate members of the MACP . There are full time or part time manipulative physiotherapy postgraduate courses run in the UK. (see Membership/Courses leading to Membership for a full list of courses)
Associate members receive:
Musculoskeletal Science & Practice - a peer reviewed journal cited in Index Medicus and Medicine, published 6 times a year
- Free on-line access to Musculoskeletal Science & Practice
- 15% off Elsevier Science publications, which include Churchill Livingstone, Butterworth-Heinneman, Mosby, Ballière Tindall, W.B.Saunders
- Elsevier Website: http://intl.elsevierhealth.com/journals/math/socy.cfm
- The MACP "Welcome Pack"
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
Recognised Courses Leading To Membership
Click here to view details of the courses
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