Pain research

The annual Australian Pain Society Scientific Meeting is a drawcard for physiotherapists interested in the latest in pain research, which is understandable given that physiotherapists are well placed to assess and manage people with acute or persistent pain. So we approached several presenters from the April meeting to provide a summary of their pain-related research and work with clinical implications for the role of physiotherapy.


We canvas the views of four APA members with significant roles in physiotherapy education on a number of issues impacting the tertiary sector, including how to ensure graduates enter the workplace with the skills and knowledge required to succeed.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor

InMotion is the flagship publication of the APA and serves as a key platform for communicating the latest national and local news within the APA and the broader physiotherapy profession. The editorial elements of InMotion combine to inform and engage, deliver value, provide knowledge, and give voice to members.

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