The council's mission is to develop AHP research, strengthen evidence of the professions’ value and impact for enhancing service user and community care, and enable the professions to speak with one voice on research issues, thereby raising their profile and increasing their influence.

CAHPR comprises of a Strategy Committee, a Professoriate and a UK wide Regional Hub Network.

The South East Scotland Hub of CAHPR is led by Dr Judith Lane. Please read more about this hub below. Please contact us if you want to know more or want to get involved with the activities of CAHPR South East Scotland Hub. You can also register your research interests on CAHPR South East Scotland Hub's research database.

The Regional Hubs of CAHPR provide bespoke research advice and support which includes:

  • Getting started in research
  • Grant and fellowship applications
  • Enhancing research collaborations
  • Writing for publication
  • Disseminating research outcomes
  • Mentorship and 1:1 support
  • Funding and career development opportunities

By providing excellent opportunities for networking and for collaborative clinically-based research, the CAHPR will enhance research outputs across the Allied Health Professions and facilitate translation of research findings into education and practice.

  • What is the CAHPR?
  • Research Database
  • Funding Calls

The South East Scotland Hub of the Council for Allied Health Professions Research aims to contribute to the development of research capacity and capability in the allied health professions across South East Scotland.

Currently our activities are focused on the following:

  • Development of a database of the research interests and expertise of local researchers
  • Identifying research activity taking place across South East Scotland

Information gained from this exercise will be made available via the Hub website

We are also planning a series of research seminars which are intended to be of interest to a wide audience. If AHP colleagues would like to contribute to the seminar series, then please contact us on .

The Council for Allied Health Professionals Research (CAHPR) is a national research network of research being conducted by allied health professionals, supported by the professional bodies of all AHPs. The South East Scotland Research Hub is led by Judith Lane in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

This research database is collecting information about the number and nature of research projects in the south east region of Scotland. This is not limited to funded projects but may also include projects you are working up or working on un-funded. It can also include your areas of interest for future projects.

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South East Scotland Hub of CAHPR

Aims to contribute to the development of research capacity and capability in the allied health professions across South East Scotland.

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South East Scotland Hub of CAHPR

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0131 474 0000