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ACPIN is one of the largest Professional Networks recognised by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. It is concerned with all aspects of physiotherapy related to the needs of neurologically impaired adults and their relatives and carers.

ACPIN is a dynamic and proactive group. Its function is to encourage the pursuit of excellence in the field of neurological physiotherapy practice. If you are interested in finding out more about ACPIN, please contact us.

ACPIN NATIONAL CONFERENCES

Click here to download speaker presentations from our 2014 conference – Life and long-term conditions.

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Click above to complete the forms for new membership, renewals, and any change of details. You may pay by direct debit or by cheque. Follow the link above for more details.

Please note, if you pay ACPIN by direct debit, you are automatically renewed for 2014. If you need to update your details, please follow the membership link above and choose 'Change Details'.

Please email the Membership Secretary, if you require further information.

NEWS • VIEWS • UPDATES

NEW South Trent

A Bobath workshop on Scapulothoracic control to integrate postural control and upper limb function … read more

Surrey & Borders

An evening lecture from Jackie Bailey of the Spinal Injuries Association … read more

Physiotherapists Care Skills Group

This group was set up to promote improved care of frail or disabled people who require healthcare assistant support … read more

Responses to the NICE MS Guidelines 2014

Thank you for your responses to these draft guidelines from NICE. There has been quite an extensive feedback … read more

Workshop on developing and drafting a research question

The NHS NIHR Heath Technology Assessment (HTA) programme have offered to run a half-day workshop at the CSP London office on how to develop and draft a research question that will “push all the right buttons” to attract HTA approval and funding … read more

Draft Splinting Guidelines

These new splinting guidelines, prepared by Jo Tuckey and Cherry Kilbride are now available for comment ... read more

Help us set MS research priorities

The MS Society is leading a crucial project to put people affected by MS and health professionals at the centre of setting research priorities... read more

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Last updated Thursday, August 14, 2014

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