Catherine Pope, CSP chair, is clocking up the miles visiting members
Joyce Williams former chair of the CSP, talks about a red jumper from the 1950s … and the history of the profession
Position your service to be of help to both patients and the healthcare system, recommends Naomi McVey in her latest blog
Getting to 80 doesn’t necessarily mean the end, but for some, sadly, it might. Joyce Williams muses on funerals
Joyce Williams talks about what it's like to turn 80
Are physios too critical of colleagues who are prepared to step outside their comfort zone? CSP chair Catherine Pope reflects on the value of pushing beyond perceived boundaries.
Anna Lowe looks at the implications of people living and working longer, focusing on what it means for the physiotherapy profession.
Former physio Joyce Williams, 81, had a taste of what it’s like to see into the future a couple of years’ ago – and wonders if other older patients have the same experience
Are members making the most of the resources we provide? Catherine Pope explores the benefits of a more engaged community.
81-year old former physio Joyce Williams joins our team of bloggers, giving some unexpected insights to professional practice – wearing her new Grandma Williams (GW) hat
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