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Extended Scope Practitioners (ESP)

Full name: 
Extended Scope Practitioners (ESP)
Area of interest: 
Extended practice roles within physiotherapy practice encompass tasks that may previously have been undertaken by the medical profession such as requesting investigations and listing for surgery. Members are usually employed in primary and secondary care settings, in interface clinics and in a variety of specialities.
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Membership: 
520
Events: 

Conferences and study days
The network's annual study day and AGM, takes place in the spring. Please see the website http://www.esp-physio.co.uk/ for further study days coming up.

Continuing professional development: 

Please see the website http://www.esp-physio.co.uk/ for further information including purchasing of the competency manual, (second edition soon to be launched), regular updated reference listings, available courses and study days, access to study day presentations, news and views, universities who offer masters modules for.

Please note that some information is only available to members.

Who can join: 

Full members:

  • are full members of the CSP and registered with the HCPC
  • are currently working in extended roles, are working towards an extended role or have an interest in extended practice roles
  • have voting rights at the AGM
  • can hold a position on the executive committee

Associate members:

  • are full registered member of another professional body eg: Osteopathic Council
  • are currently working in an extended role, are working towards one or have an interest in extended practice roles
  • unable to vote at the AGM nor can hold a position on the executive committee

All members receive:

  • 'Horizon' (ESP quarterly newsletter)
  • Full access to the website http://www.esp-physio.co.uk/
  • Reduced costs for courses and study days
  • Reduced cost for the second edition of the ESP Competency framework (electronic version)
Subscription details: 

£25.00 per annum for full and associate members.

Status: 
Recognised
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