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sullivanc - 19 Apr 2018

Claire Sullivan, the CSP's director of Employment Relations Union Services talks about what it means to be a physiotherapist and a trade unionist and discusses the NHS pay offer.

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Joyce Williams - 12 Apr 2018

Joyce Williams continues her intrepid reporting from the far side of retirement.

Ruth ten Hove - 05 Apr 2018

Ruth ten Hove, head of research and development, talks about the Duke of Edinburgh's hip surgery and how the CSP is working with experts to improve hip fracture rehab pathways

Kevin Dale - 16 Mar 2018

CSP organiser Kevin Dale is spreading the word about what you can achieve by working together – but he needs help!

Katrina Kennedy - 16 Mar 2018

CSP council member Katrina Kennedy calls on all CSP members to do their bit for the society, no matter how small

Catherine Pope - 08 Mar 2018

‘We are writing to inform you that you have been randomly selected for audit of your continuing professional development (CPD)’

SianCaulfield - 08 Feb 2018

Siân Caulfield, a trade union organiser with the CSP, can’t help noticing the red roses around at the moment – but it’s making her think of more than just Valentine’s day

Catherine Pope - 05 Feb 2018

CSP’s current chair is a little envious about the changes ahead for the society’s new council 

Ruth ten Hove - 01 Dec 2017

Ruth ten Hove, CSP's head of research and development, reflects on the society's recent conference and changes ahead for the profession

Catherine Pope - 20 Nov 2017

Voting through a change to CSP’s council is only the first step, says chair Catherine Pope. The next is for members to put their hands up and to take part

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