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Leadership

"Unsinkable - Navigating Around the Icebergs"

Document - Posted on 25/01/2013

Stephanie Best LaMPS 2013 ...

Nominate your leading colleague

Frontline article - Posted on 18/06/2012

Do you have a colleague working for the health service whose leadership abilities deserve to be featured on a national stage? ...

The contribution of physiotherapy management and leadership in health care - Briefing paper for physiotherapy managers

Publication - Posted on 15/06/2012

The purpose of this briefing paper is to support physiotherapy managers and leaders to demonstrate the added value that these leadership and management roles bring to the fast-changing NHS. ...

Leading Edge

Frontline article - Posted on 31/05/2012

NHS staff are being urged to display leadership characteristics and play their part in improving outcomes for patients. Sally Priestley investigates ...

Modernising therapist takes Welsh post

News item - Posted on 26/01/2011

26 January 2011 The Welsh Assembly Government has appointed a new therapy adviser. ...

LaMPS

Professional network website - Posted on 11/12/2010

Leaders and Managers of Physiotherapy Service (LaMPS) is a CSP professional networking offering support, expertise, mentoring, and a forum to help improve service delivery (formerly ACPM) ...

Leadership challenge

Frontline article - Posted on 02/08/2010

Physiotherapists made an impressive showing in the finals of the NHS AHP Leadership Challenge last week. The overall winner was a ...

Physios make their mark in leadership

News item - Posted on 29/07/2010

29 July 2010 Physiotherapists made an impressive showing in the finals of the NHS AHP Leadership Challenge this week. ...

Leading and learning

Frontline article - Posted on 05/07/2010

Graham Clews looks at the education and leadership theme at Congress 2010 A  leading official from the Department of Health and the ...

Beyond the call of duty

Frontline article - Posted on 14/06/2010

Physiotherapists do not have to be at the top of organisations to effect considerable improvements in patient care. Daloni Carlisle spoke to two who started by challenging established Patterns ...

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