Research Symposium 2018
Join us at the annual ACT Research Symposium for a rich program filled
with emerging research. Hear from leaders in their field and spend the day sharing new research
from around Australia.
The ACT Research Symposium has been an important event in the APA PD calendar for many years. Research is crucially important to physiotherapy practice. We can boast world leading researchers within our number and this event offers the opportunity to nurture our future superstars and showcase the richness of our research culture in the profession.
"Research is not something that is nice to have. It is vital for the future. Alongside our graduates, research has produced so much in the past and it will shape the economy, the development, the well-being of society in the future." (Professor Sandra Harding, Address to the National Press Club, 2013).
The Symposium is open to physiotherapy students, physios, other Association members and non-members and provides abundant opportunity to learn, hear the latest in current research and to discuss what you've heard with your peers.
Date Saturday 1 September 2018
Time 8.30 am - 4.00 pm
Registrations close 13 August 2018
Vicenzino, APAM, University of Queensland
in Sports Physiotherapy
Sports Injury Rehabilitation and Prevention for Health (SIRPH) research unit
Master of Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)
Master of Physiotherapy (Sports Physiotherapy)
CRE in Translation of Research into Improved Outcomes in Musculoskeletal Pain