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Continuing professional development

We've simplified a few things on iCSP

Page - Posted on 09/03/2016

9 March 2016 On the 9 Mar 2016 the Digital team made a number of changes to simpify and improve the physiotherapy networking ...

CSP launches online resources to boost continuing professional development

News item - Posted on 11/03/2015

13 March 2015 New interactive resources to help CSP members maximise opportunities for continuing professional development (CPD) have ...

New funding will allow learning champions to connect across the UK

News item - Posted on 27/08/2014

28 August 2014 A network of CSP continuing professional development (CPD) champions will spread from England to the rest of the UK, ...

Students tell Preston health mela that physiotherapy isn’t just for sports people

News item - Posted on 16/05/2014

16 May 2014 Student physiotherapist Daniel Roberts said that a CSP stand at the 2014 Preston health mela helped to ‘spread the word’ ...

Meet the challenge: make the most of CPD opportunities

Frontline article - Posted on 02/12/2013

CSP members seeking CPD opportunities face mounting challenges. Sophie Wickins from the CSP’s Championing CPD Project offers some helpful tips ...

Build your case

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2013

Jo Etherton from the CSP’s Championing CPD Project looks at what motivates us to improve and reflect on our practice For me, ...

Unlock your potential

Frontline article - Posted on 16/04/2013

There are many ways to learn and, as Sophie Wickins explains, you can make your CPD work for you At the start of a recent workshop ...

Coping with feelings

Frontline article - Posted on 16/03/2011

In the third of our series for physios planning their CPD, Robert Millett feels the effects of empathy Observing people ...

Scope of practice

Frontline article - Posted on 16/03/2011

Louise Hunt looks at new support from the CSP on members’ evolving practice, in our series on continuing professional development The ...

A joint statement on continuing professional development for health and social care practitioners

Publication - Posted on 25/02/2011

A statement agreed by the nursing, midwifery and allied health professional bodies in recognition of the fact that CPD is fundamental to the development of all health and social care practitioners and to the enhancement of quality patient/client care within uni- and multi-disciplinary teams. ...

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