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Comment - Time to tango!

Welcome to the latest issue Frontline, featuring ‘cover star’ Sue Rees, the CSP’s new chair.

One of Sue’s big priorities over the next two years is to listen to you, the CSP members.

Traditionally, getting your voice heard in the CSP has entailed attending meetings and committees, but the growth in social media means it has never been easier to have your say on the issues raised in Frontline – without leaving your home or workplace.

Over the last two years we have developed the CSP’s Twitter and Facebook accounts and recently introduced ways to comment on Frontline articles online.

These initiatives build on our innovative iCSP network, which has been running for some 10 years. Unlike Facebook or Twitter, this network continues to provide a protected, safe community for physio staff to discuss clinical issues.  

Not everyone will aspire to chairing the CSP. But there are many other ways to make your voice heard. Frontline is here to help you engage with, and get the most from, your society. But we need to know what’s important to you.

Why not get in touch with your views?

Remember, it takes two to tango!

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Lynn Eaton managing editor Frontline and head of CSP member communications

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20 November 2013

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