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Survival guide in obtaining your first physiotherapy post

Publication - Posted on 13/05/2015

Obtaining your first physiotherapy post can be stressful. This survival guide targeted at final year students and recent graduates will help you rise to the challenge. ...

Get Chartered

Frontline article - Posted on 14/06/2010

Chartered status gives you an advantage in the jobs market and much more besides. Graham Clews and Joy Ogden report Entering the jobs ...

Shining example

Frontline article - Posted on 15/02/2010

Laura Goldie, Newcomer of the Year in the CSP 2009 Awards, has inspired patients and set up a new service in her first year in practice. Matthew Limb explains ...

Diary of a graduate

Frontline article - Posted on 19/10/2009

Getting your first foot on the physiotherapy ladder can be tough. Jennifer Trueland spoke to two physiotherapists who graduated ...

More graduates finding jobs

Frontline article - Posted on 18/05/2009

Eighty three per cent of last year’s physiotherapy graduates surveyed have found a job in the profession, latest CSP figures show. ...

ARC - Warning over lone working on the pitch

Frontline article - Posted on 18/03/2009

Newly qualified graduates are working for sports teams with little or no senior support, supervision or professional development, Conference heard. ...

Jobs situation brighter, students told

Frontline article - Posted on 02/03/2009

Newly-qualified physiotherapists looking for jobs were in a much better position than their colleagues who graduated in the past couple of years, CSP chief executive Phil Gray told the Students Conference. ...

Good news from the East

Frontline article - Posted on 17/02/2009

New graduates talk to Matthew Limb about the ground-breaking initiative that helped them into employment. Jenny Craigie is making the ...

Wales to develop ‘open’ talent pool

Frontline article - Posted on 17/02/2009

The Welsh government is to pilot an ‘open’ talent pool scheme for new physiotherapy and speech and language therapy graduates. ...

GEOGRAPHICAL DISCRIMINATION?

Frontline article - Posted on 17/02/2009

In response to the article ‘Scheme to create junior jobs proves big hit’ (Frontline, 21 January), I am a newly qualified physiotherapist employed by a local trust on a six-month contract. ...

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