Register Now for the International Massage Therapy Research Conference
Registration is now open for the International Massage Therapy Research Conference (IMTRC)! Join us April 25-27, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts for the third research conference of its kind presented by the Massage Therapy Foundation.
- IMTRC Day 1: How does massage work? Potential Mechanisms
Keynote: Jeanette Ezzo, LMT, MPH, PhD
- IMTRC Day 2: Massage in the Community; Informing Public Health
Keynote:Leslie Korn PhD, MPH, NCB, LMHC, RPE
- IMTRC Day 3: Next Steps in Massage Therapy Research
Keynote: Janet R. Kahn, PhD, LMT
» Learn More and Register for the IMTRC.
Special Pre-Conference Pricing – Basics of Research Literacy
Encourage your students to take the vital first step toward having an evidence-informed practice
What: Learn more about the basics of research literacy in an 8-hour NCBTMB-approved online course.
Cost: Special pre-conference pricing of $59 per person through April 25 until the start of the International Massage Therapy Research Conference (IMTRC).
» Learn more and register for BRL.
See Your Donation at Work: View the 2011 Massage Therapy Foundation Annual Report
For the second year in a row, the Massage Therapy Foundation has published its Annual Report online. Learn how your donation went to work for your industry through our 2011 Research, Education and Community Service initiatives. Explore our Honor Roll of 2011 donors, and if you haven’t made a gift this year, please consider making a donation today. Donate Now.
2013 MTF Grants and Contests Now Open
The Massage Therapy Foundation is happy to announce that the following grants and contests are now open for the 2013 granting season.
• Student Case Report Contest - Deadline 3/1/2013
• Community Service Grants - Deadline 4/1/2013
• Research Grants - Deadline 3/1/2013
Click for more details on all of the contests.
A Free Resource for Your Classrooms
The MTF Education Toolbar is the newest Massage Therapy Foundation program designed to make research more accessible to you and your students. After installing the Education Toolbar on your existing web browser, you will have access to countless research and educational tools at the click of a button. Learn more and download the toolbar now.
Massage for the Greater Good - Announcing the 2012 MTF Community Service Grants
We know that massage therapy can help to manage everyday pain and stress, but can it also be harnessed to address wider social problems? The Massage Therapy Foundation believes so, and has put its money where its mouth is with its 2012 Community Service Grants, funding five unique programs that aim to take massage out of the spa and into the world of social good... Keep Reading.
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