The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

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The organisation has five directorates to conduct member business:

File 162138The Chief Executive’s Office is responsible for the governance and internal day to day operation of the society, supporting the chair, vice-chair and members of Council, and for managing and coordinating all decisions of Council. The directorate also includes the Human Resources Team. Karen Middleton CBE (right) is CSP chief executive - find out more about Karen.

File 107458Natalie Beswetherick (left) is director of the Practice and Development Directorate which promotes high standards of physiotherapy practice, education, research and development. The directorate provides the tools and services to lead and support members in their physiotherapy practice and development and works with members to advocate for and promote the value of physiotherapy to stakeholders.

File 134943Claire Sullivan (right) is director of Employment Relations and Union Services (ERUS), the trade union arm of the society. ERUS staff support CSP members, both individually and collectively, in the workplace and promotes both CSP and members' interests at local, regional, national and international level.

File 162140Finance, Facilities and Membership Directorate - Stuart De Boos (left) is the director of finance and manages the financial affairs of the Society, membership business, CSP's Information Communication Technology Team and upkeep of its various premises.

File 117625Rob Yeldham (right) is director of Strategy, Policy and Engagement Directorate, and is responsible for promoting the physiotherapy profession, member communications, stakeholder relations, enquiry handling, policy and income generation.

To get in touch with any of the Leadership Team please contact the CSP’s Enquiries Team (ET).


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