• All members receive a bi-annual journal which contains articles related to areas of research and developments within the profession – see Journal section for more information.
  • Development of workshops to meet the specific needs of members, and discounts on workshop fees
  • Collaborative working with the University of Bradford in the development of two specialist post-graduate certificates: Continence for Physiotherapists and Physiotherapy in Women’s Health. (Graduates of these programmes are eligible for full membership of ACPWH)
  • Professional respresentation at NICE, RCOG etc
  • Professional advice, support and mentoring
  • Development of specific Guidelines e.g. Use of TENS in pregnancy, SUI Guidelines and audit tool, Pelvic Girdle Pain Guidelines
  • Support to members carrying out Research
  • Local and Regional supportive structure including Study Days organised by the local Area Representative for ACPWH
  • Voting rights at AGM, held at Conference. Postal votes are available.
  • Recognised CIG of CSP
  • Education and Research Grant