Highlights from our PRS 2022 Conference
We enjoyed hosting a successful PRS 2022 Hybrid Conference in April this year!
@Physiotalk tweet chat on "Clinical-academic research and career pathways" on 11th April at 8pm
Clinical-academic research and career pathways #physiotalk 11th April 2022 8pm BST
An @physiotalk tweet chat hosted by Samuel Stuart (on behalf of Physiotherapy Research Society) @PhysioResSoc / @samstuart87
PRS 2022 Conference Speakers
We have confirmation from Anju Jaggi, Professor Rebecca Kearney, Dr David Keene, and Dr Dana Maki that they will be presenting with us this year.
Join us for the HYBRID conference PRS2022
We are excited to be hosting our in-person and virtual conference again this year, in collaboration with our hosts at Kent University in Canterbury.
Introducing our Conference 2021 Corporate Sponsors
We're pleased to welcome support from our PRS Conference 2021 corporate sponsors.
PRS Conference 2021 Speakers Confirmed
We're thrilled to be able to confirm the speakers for our PRS 2021 Conference!
First ever Honorary Members admitted to the PRS
We are excited to welcome our first Honorary Members to our PRS Membership
PRS 2021 - closed for new abstractsThe PRS 2021 Conference is now closed to new abstract submissions
PRS Conference 2021 - to be held on Friday 16th April
PRS are pleased to announce that our 2021 conference will be going ahead in a virtual format for the first time ever
Dr Dana Maki discusses diversity and its impact on physiotherapy research
The PRS committee were honoured to receive a thought provoking, insightful and engaging talk from Dr Dana Maki this evening.