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APCP Publications & Resources

APCP produces a range of publications covering both clinical practice and professional issues.  These are developed through the hard work of APCP members and other professionals with expertise in the relevant area.

Accessing APCP publications

The list of APCP publications is displayed below.
Many of the APCP publications are available for members and non-members to download free of charge, others are available only to APCP members to download.
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Electronic copies and printed copies of some of the publications can be purchased (options and prices listed below) - order here.

APCP Publications and Resources List

  • 8 January 2014
    This document was developed as a practical clinical tool for therapists working with babies, children and young people with Obstetric Brachial Plexus Palsy (OBPP)  - relating practice to the evidence.  It includes assessment forms and...
  • 23 October 2013
    This publication has been produced as a guidance for paediatric physiotherapists to enable them to comply with current legislation and to provide them with background information as a useful resource for carrying out risk assessments both in their...
  • 22 October 2013
    A guide for Teaching Assistants, Educationalists, Children, Young People, Parents and Everyone.
  • 21 October 2013
    This document is targeted at paediatric physiotherapists working with children with Special Educational Needs, who are required to write reports for Education. This document was published in 2009.  New legislation comes into effect in September 2014...
  • 17 October 2013
    CSP Evidence Note 01.  This Evidence Note was developed as part of the CSP's SKIPP process (Supporting Knowledge in Physiotherapy Practice). This SKIPP evidence note collates the evidence for physiotherapy assessment and treatment for babies with...
  • 10 October 2013
    This document is Evidence Based Guidance for Physiotherapists and targeted at paediatric physiotherapists involved in the management of children with neurological conditions where outline botulinum toxin may be an appropriate adjunct to treatment....
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