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Latest Blogs

Joyce Williams - 20 Feb 2017

Joyce Williams talks about what it's like to turn 80

Catherine Pope - 10 Feb 2017

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 - 20 Jan 2017

Anna Lowe looks at the implications of people living and working longer, focusing on what it means for the physiotherapy profession.

Joyce Williams - 16 Jan 2017

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

Catherine Pope - 12 Jan 2017

Are members making the most of the resources we provide? Catherine Pope explores the benefits of a more engaged community.

Joyce Williams - 16 Dec 2016

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

Karen Middleton - 02 Dec 2016

CSP chief Karen Middleton explains why the latest NICE guideline on low back pain is incredibly important for all physiotherapy staff working in the musculoskeletal field.

Naomi McVey - 17 Nov 2016

Naomi McVey talks Devo Manc, and what it could mean for physiotherapy services

Catherine Pope - 09 Nov 2016

Are your patients’ experiences the best way to promote your services? How else could you help the CSP push physio up the agenda? Catherine Pope, CSP chair, looks at some options

Prof Ieuan Ellis - 07 Nov 2016

We need to make every contact count to promote physiotherapy. Ieuan Ellis asks whether schmoozing a dubious art or an essential professional activity for strategic influencing

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