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South Central - key messages

A message from Sue Rees to networks and country boards

Please note the information below from Amanda Pike, Chair of South Central Region

Due to a lack of registrants for the Regional Forum on 3rd Dec 2014 we would like to change the theme of the meeting.  We would now like to look at how we can reinvent the SC Network so that it is more relevant and accessible to members in the "New World", I know that I struggle to find the time to attend such events with a busy clinical and leadership role and I'm sure this is true for many of you. Therefore I would like to invite you all to attend this meeting; in the words of Bev Harden "War Cabinet",  in order to find the best way to move forward with the network.   If you are unable to attend I would very much appreciate your thoughts and ideas. I know from experience that there are a large number of enthusiastic, engaged and inspirational physiotherapists out there and if we work together I'm sure we can make the Network something we can be proud of. I look forward to working with you all in my new role as Chair for the SC Network and to hearing your ideas. Once again apologies for the change of plan but I feel strongly that we need to get this right for us all before proceeding. If you have not yet registered and would now like to do so, please do register at the following link If you had previously registered when the agenda was different and you are no longer able to attend, please do let me know email:

Please note you are also invited the LONDON Physiotherapy Works event in London on 8 December 2014, 10am – 4.00pm – Note change of venue due to popularity of this event :The Ashes Suite, The Kia Oval Surrey County Cricket Club, Kennington, London SE11 5SS - you are also all welcome to attend this LONDON Physiotherapy Works event. For further details and to book your place please click on this link: Alternatively, you can click on this link for full details which takes you to the London regional webpages:


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