Musculoskeletal Research Event Sheds Light on Hip FAI Syndrome

Musculoskeletal Research Event Sheds Light on Hip FAI Syndrome

The Musculoskeletal Research in Practice Network (RIPN) hosted another successful event, focusing on the intriguing topic of Hip FAI (Femoroacetabular Impingement) syndrome in young athletes. The event drew enthusiastic participation from the local musculoskeletal community, showcasing their dedication to advancing knowledge and addressing clinical...

read more
What does high value care mean to you?

What does high value care mean to you?

You’ve watched our video here, which explains that our priority research areas are to: Understand more about our patients’ perception of their musculoskeletal pain and what is effective to manage it Tackle the lack of preventive focus in health systems Tackle the poor quality of care that patients with musculoskeletal conditions receive Our first step: To tackle care quality, we first need to...

read more
Research for clinicians, by clinicians

Research for clinicians, by clinicians

In 2021, Research In Practice Network (RIPN) members have been hard at work developing our research agenda and plan. At RIPN, we have 70% leadership from private practice physiotherapists, and our research agenda represents the issues that matter most to clinicians who are key end-users of research evidence. Often research fails to answer clinically relevant questions. Or a lack of clinical...

read more
RIPN unveils their plans to improve local patient outcomes

RIPN unveils their plans to improve local patient outcomes

Research In Practice Network (RIPN) members and Steering Committee have been busy throughout 2021 developing the foundations for our research plan. Recently, at RIPN’s Roadmap event, we were able to celebrate the achievements during our first 12 months, and present on our work so far. During the RIPN Roadmap event, our clinician-led Steering Committee communicated our first findings with our...

read more
The Research In Practice Network has officially launched

The Research In Practice Network has officially launched

New South Wales Regional Health Partners (RHP) and Hunter New England Population Health (HNEPH) Musculoskeletal Research Team have worked hard throughout 2020 to bring together the two areas of research and clinical practice in a practice based research network for physiotherapists. Why has this network been created? Most research doesn’t focus on the problems clinicians face, because they have...

read more