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Arthritis Research UK

Physio findings: exercise may slightly lessen hand osteoarthritis

Frontline article - Posted on 13/03/2017

Caroline White on the latest Physio research. Physio ...

CSP charity co-funds three major physio research projects

News item - Posted on 07/02/2017

7 February 2017 CSP’s Charitable Trust and Arthritis Research UK are co-funding three major physiotherapy-related research projects at ...

UK professor forges German research links

News item - Posted on 03/01/2017

3 January 2017 A physiotherapy professor from London has helped build international research links by presenting the keynote speech at ...

Design Council and Arthritis Research UK offer £15,000 product development award

News item - Posted on 19/11/2015

19 November 2015 Physios could be awarded thousands of pounds to help them develop products that will improve the quality of life of ...

Physios play part in £850,000 bid to improve outcomes for patients after knee replacement surgery

News item - Posted on 14/10/2013

14 October 2013 Arthritis Research UK has awarded £850,000 to a team of physiotherapists and surgeons in Scotland in a bid to improve ...

CSP backs National Arthritis Week ‘workout at work’ programme

News item - Posted on 09/10/2013

9 October 2013 Staff at Arthritis Research UK’s offices in London and Chesterfield have received guidance and training from ...

MSK researchers invited to apply for funding on workplace disabilities

News item - Posted on 31/05/2013

31 May 2013 Physiotherapists are expected to be involved in a new national centre for research into reducing workplace disability from ...

Physios encouraged to apply for arthritis awards

News item - Posted on 08/08/2012

8 August 2012 Two separate funding awards are up for grabs for physiotherapists from Arthritis Research UK. ...

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