Latest MACP News
13th Jun 2013
Notice of a forthcoming consultation on the guideline for Neuropathic pain - pharmacological management.......
Draft Guideline Consultation.....
Please find in the attached PDF (click here for pdf) details of the draft consultation period for a clinical guideline.
If you have any queries on the Institute's guideline development process or the progress of a specific guideline, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Once again, thank you for your interest in our programme.
New funding opportunities with the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) Programme
5th Jun 2013
New funding opportunities with the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) Programme........National Institute for Health Research currently have a funding opportunity for research into chronic pain. The EME Programme is an MRC and NIHR funded research programme that supports excellent 'science driven' studies with an ultimate view to improving health or patient care. Please view the Programme remit at http://www.eme.ac.uk/about/researcher-led_remit.asp
An application form and guidance notes are available on our website http://www.eme.ac.uk/funding/Commissioning.asp. The deadline for this topic is 1pm on 1 October 2013.
Please watch some great videos on YouTube that we compiled from Physio UK 2018 below:How do we influence behaviours and beliefs in healthcare?Panel di…
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THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MACPThank you, Nicola, and the Executive Committee for inviting me to propose the toast on the occasion of the 50th annive…
25th Oct 2018Read More
Members are reminded that subscription are now due for this membership year (October 2018 - October 2019). If you have not already paid for these …
1st Oct 2018Read More
The PDC have been able to secure 20% discount for MACP members to attend the following courses: KNOW PAIN - A Practical Guide for Therapeutic Neu…
1st Sep 2018Read More
Dear members, Please support this study: Management of Atraumatic Shoulder Instability in Physiotherapy (MASIP) Study It takes about 10 mins to…
15th Aug 2018Read More
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