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CSP Council

Obituary: CSP pays tribute to esteemed physiotherapist Lois Dyer

News item - Posted on 05/08/2016

5 August 2016 Lois Dyer, one of the UK’s most influential physiotherapists, died last month. Natalie Beswetherick, the CSP’s head of ...

Making use of the CSP Council

Blogpost - Posted on 20/04/2016

CSP Chair of Council, Catherine Pope, on the importance of members making use of their council. Catherine Pope, CSP Chair of ...

CSP policy aims to increase student places

News item - Posted on 15/12/2015

15 December 2015 The CSP has pledged to campaign to secure more training places for physiotherapy students in England, as government ...

CSP welcomes new Council appointments

News item - Posted on 14/10/2013

14 October 2013 Physiotherapist Sue Rees has become the first CSP chair of Council from Wales, following a Council meeting held in ...

Council elects new leadership

News item - Posted on 13/10/2011

13 October 2011 CSP council’s new office-holders took their places last week, after council members voted on 8 October. ...

CSP Council end of year report is positively pleasing

News item - Posted on 22/12/2010

22 December 2010 An end-of- year review of the CSP's performance shows that the Society has achieved almost everything it set out to ...

Seize the day

Frontline article - Posted on 30/11/2009

The CSP’s new vice chair of Council talks to Graham Clews about her role and how she sees the future for the profession The CSP’s new ...

Media savvy

Frontline article - Posted on 16/11/2009

The new chair of Council plans to use the latest technology to keep members in touch. Matthew Limb hears more New chair of ...

CSP welcomes new chair

Frontline article - Posted on 02/11/2009

Ann Green was confirmed as chair of the CSP and Helena Johnson was elected vice chair at the first meeting of the new Council held on 17 October in Liverpool. ...

Council election results

Frontline article - Posted on 03/08/2009

Following the recent elections, the members listed below will serve on Council for four years, from the Society's annual general meeting on 16 October until the AGM in 2013: ...

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