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Catherine Pope - 21 Jun 2017

Catherine Pope, CSP chair, looks at some major changes in the society’s governance aimed at making its council a leaner, but more powerful, body

Anna Lowe - 08 Jun 2017

Physical activity is so closely aligned with our core aims of maximising function, managing pain, encouraging self-management and ultimately improving quality of life, that it’s important physios know where to access resources, as Anna Lowe explains.

Naomi McVey - 30 May 2017

As someone living close to the site of the Manchester bombings a week ago today, CSP member Naomi McVey shares some personal reflections

Prof Ieuan Ellis - 26 May 2017

Always one for a tough challenge, Ieuan Ellis has just climbed to Everest base camp. What lessons did he learn that could translate into the day job?

Joyce Williams - 24 May 2017

Joyce Williams wonders how physios can best sell their skills to their potential patients

Catherine Pope - 09 May 2017

How often have you been asked to complete equality and diversity data and either declined to do so or ticked ‘prefer not to say’? Catherine Pope talks about why it's important to always fill in those boxes

Joyce Williams - 09 May 2017

Former physio Joyce Williams finds being in her 80s is not quite how she planned it – and wonders what advice other physios have to help her

Prof Ieuan Ellis - 03 May 2017

‘Earn as you learn’ offers options for a career in physiotherapy – or a higher qualification at master’s level. Seize the opportunity to study without getting a loan, says Ieuan Ellis

Catherine Pope - 12 Apr 2017

Catherine Pope likes a change – but is finding it harder as she gets older

Joyce Williams - 28 Mar 2017

Former CSP chair Joyce Williams gives some lifestyle longevity tips while paying homage to Lewis Carroll

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