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Awards

The CSP presents a number of its own awards each year. They fall into three categories: Fellowships, Honorary Fellowships and Distinguished Service Awards.

These awards acknowledge and honour members of the CSP, and also some non-members. Individuals who render distinguished service to the advancement of physiotherapy, or who contribute outstanding service to the Society or excellence in an area of service to the benefit of others are all eligible for nomination.

The Society also encourages and facilitates the nomination for National Honours of members who have contributed significantly to patients' health, their community, and/or a charitable or voluntary body.

Find out more about each type of award below and use the links on the right hand side to access nomination packs.

Fellowship / Honorary Fellowship awards

A Fellowship of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy may be awarded by Council to a Member who has made an exceptional contribution to the advancement of the profession by forwarding the boundaries of professional knowledge and/or furthering the aims of the profession and the Society.

An Honorary Fellowship may be awarded to an eminent person not eligible for a Fellowship, who has made an exceptional contribution to the advancement of physiotherapy, or rendered distinguished service to the profession.

Distinguished service award

This award acknowledges and honours members and staff of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy who have contributed outstanding service to the Society or excellence in an area of service to the benefit of others.

National honours

These are awarded twice a year by the Cabinet Office of the UK Government to individuals reaching the required standard of merit or service. Nominations are welcomed from organisations such as professional bodies and other interest groups.

The Society is keen to raise the profile of physiotherapy by encouraging nominations for honours.

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Last revised on

22 March 2013

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