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South Central

Follow us on Twitter @CSPsouthcentral. Join our Facebook Group CSP South Central

All the latest news, event information and discussions relevant to the South Central region are featured on these pages.
Benefits of South Central membership:
- Open to all members in the region qualified, associates, students, retired members.
- Opportunity to attend free networking and CPD events.
- Your network is supported by a core group of members who organise the network activities, its forums and other events. It has an elected representative for the region who sits on the CSP Council and helps decide CSP policy by submitting motions to the Annual Representatives Council.
File 206059The South Central Regional Network is co-chaired between Mandy Pike (below left) and Marie-Clare Wadley (below right). Both can be contacted at:, and to find out more about them, please click here.
Your local Campaigns and Regional Engagement Officer is Mindy Daubeny who can be contacted at: or via Twitter @CSPMindy

Next Event...

Event: Physiotherapy: This is what WE can do for YOU!
Date:Thu 28 September 2017
Timings: 09:30 – 15:00
Venue: Guildhall Winchester, The Broadway, Winchester, SO23 9GH
This free event aims to bring physiotherapists across the South Central region together with local healthcare decision-makers to explore how physiotherapy can innovate care pathways. Delegates will be inspired by case studies across the healthcare system and will take part in workshops designed to identify opportunities and plan next steps to realise aims.Chief Executive of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Karen Middleton, will deliver the opening address setting the scene nationally on the challenges faced in healthcare and what the future could look like with the help of physiotherapy.
For more information, and to register your place please visit:




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