New CAHPR top tips: Becoming Research Active

The motivation for Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) to become active in research has never been so strong. Engagement in research enables AHPs to lead research which impacts clinical practice and improves patient care.

These top ten tips represent an accessible overview of how to become research active and highlight some of the barriers and enablers to research activity. The tips are written by research active AHPs, some of whom are currently undertaking doctoral studies or have recent experience of successfully completing a doctorate in clinically related research.  

There are many ways to get involved in research and there is no ‘right’ way of doing this. View and download the top tips here: CAHPR top tips: Becoming Research Active

We would like to thank the following team for producing these Top Ten Tips: Dr Janet Deane (NIHR Clinical Lecturer, AHP Research and Innovation Lead), Rachael Moses (Associate Director Rehabilitation and Therapies, Consultant Respiratory Physiotherapist), Dr Angie Logan (Consultant Physiotherapist, Stroke Rehabilitation), Richard Collings (HEE/NIHR clinical doctoral fellow, Lead Podiatrist), Kathryn Bamforth (Doctoral Research Fellow, Physiotherapist), Katherine Broomfield (HEE/NIHR clinical doctoral fellow, Speech and Language Therapist) and Dr Anita Atwal (Associate Professor, Occupational therapist).

We would also like to acknowledge Dr Janet Deane for leading this project and the CAHPR hubs for their invaluable feedback and support.


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