PRS supporting APPN study day
We are delighted to be supporting the Advanced Practice Physiotherapy Network (APPN) study day on Thursday 25th April 2023!
Join the PRS Executive Committee!
An exciting opportunity has opened up to join us on our executive committee!
PRS membership - update
To all PRS members please note that we have moved from Direct Debits and Standing Orders to an on-line registration called Go-cardless.
REGISTRATIONS OPEN #PRS2023
We're excited to be heading to Manchester Metropolitan University on 21st April 2023 for our 41st annual PRS conference.
To register, click here
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SAVE THE DATE: PRS 2023 Conference
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting our annual PRS Conference in collaboration with Manchester Metropolitan University.
Please see our flyer for further information - and keep a look out for more information coming soon!
Jayanti Rai research journey 2022 video
As a Physiotherapy Research Society team we are trying to raise the profile of research within the profession and across AHP at all levels
Opportunity for Students!
The PRS has an exciting opportunity for two student physiotherapists to join our Executive Committee for a one year term (with the opportunity to extend the term). If you're interested in the role, keep reading to find out more!
PRS providing resources and funding to help understand and undertake systematic reviews
Having received support from the CSP, the Physiotherapy Research Society is proud to be able to offer resources to help increase Physiotherapists' knowledge and understanding of systematic reviews. We are offering an educational video and supported workshop to help support clinicians understand these more.
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