User login

Scotland Region

File 159616Serving members living or working in Scotland.

The APCP Scotland Region currently has 165 members.

The activites of the APCP Scotland Region are managed by APCP Scotland Regional Committee which consists of up to 12 regionally elected members.

Current key objectives and strategies for the APCP Scotland Region are set out in the Region's Five Year Plan for 2015-2020.

A summary of the recent Regional Committee meeting is available for members to view.

Contact APCP Scotland Region: scotland@apcp.org.uk  

 Forthcoming Events

Best Practice for Managing CP in the Community - Friday, 30th September 2016 (Edinburgh)

This course is appropriate for physiotherapists / physiotherapy students with an interst in the management of the child with cerebral palsy.  It aims to increase / update knowledge of proviing best practice for this patient group in the community setting.

Further information and booking details can be found on the Courses and Events pages.

APCP Conference 2016 - Regional Bursary

Scotland Region is offering 1 conference bursary to a Scottish member.  The bursary will cover the cost of a 2-day delegate pass (not including travel and acccommodation).

To apply for this bursary, please submit a 250 word essay outlining why you should be awarded the bursary to scotland@apcp.org.uk by Friday, 19th August.  The name of the successful applicant will be announced by Friday, 2nd September 2016.

The bursary recipient will be expected to write an article for the February / March 2017 issue of the APCP Newsletter - this may relate to their conference experience or to another topic relating to paediatric physiotherapy.

Course Presentations

The Scotland Region hosted a very interesting study day in October 2015 looking at Paediatric MSK and Red Flags - the speakers have kindly allowed the presentations to be made available to APCP members.

Scotland Course Archive

Information about other courses recently run in the area can be viewed in the Region's course archive.

Links

More from the CSP

Back to top