The PRS Annual Conference is the main activity organized by the Society. Below is a summary of what you can expect, along with a brief overview of recent conferences and our plans for this year.
Each year, the Society organises a scientific conference, usually in the late Spring. The Society aims to hold the meetings in different locations throughout the UK - the location is determined by the whereabouts of volunteers from the organising committee!
The meetings disseminate physiotherapy research and highlight topics relevant to physiotherapy research. They are designed to encompass a range of experience from the most experienced leaders in a field to those new to research. The Society welcomes new researchers such as those who have recently completed Undergraduate or Masters research projects and who would wish to present their research work.
See our keynote speakers
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2019 PRS Conference London South Bank University 'Research Innovation: From Ideas to Impact'
2018 PRS Conference Northumbria University'Research and Clinical Practice - A Two Way Street'
2017 PRS Conference Milton Keynes College 'Complex Patients, Complex Research, Complex Careers'
2016 Conference at the University of Leicester 'Improving Quality-of-Life for People with Chronic Conditions '
2015 Conference at the University of Leicester 'Bridging Gaps in Research – between areas, professions and theory and practice'
Resource archive from previous conferences
The Key Note presentations from our conferences in Sheffield and Keele are provided below. Many thanks to the presenters for sharing these through our webpage.
Abstracts from the Cardiff 2013 conference are available here.
Abstracts from the 2012 Sheffield conference are available here
Abstracts from the 2011 Keele conference are available here
Abstracts from the Teeside 2010 conference are available here.
Details of Glasgow meeting in 2009 (including abstracts for work presented) available here
Abstracts from the Manchester meeting in 2008 are available here
The abstracts from the Oxford 2007 meeting are available here