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.