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Leadership proves popular

Frontline article - Posted on 14/06/2010

Applications for places on the AHP Leadership Challenge seminars rose from 430 last year to 762 in 2010, says the Department of Health. ...

Go for it

Frontline article - Posted on 17/05/2010

Signing up for a national leadership challenge led to new confidence, and jobs, for two contestants. Physios, it is sometimes said, ...

Come in – the water’s lovely

Frontline article - Posted on 19/04/2010

New leadership roles are opening up all the time. Yet many physios are wary of jobs where they will have to manage other professions. ...

Pioneering physio wins national leadership award

News item - Posted on 23/03/2010

23 March 2010 A physiotherapist's 'pioneering' work on orthopaedic trauma wards has changed the face of care in her hospital and made ...

The BIG debate

Frontline article - Posted on 15/03/2010

Here we conclude our series of debates run by the National Leadership Council on key issues of leadership within the NHS. We kicked ...

The BIG debate

Frontline article - Posted on 02/03/2010

Frontline has been asked by the Department of Health Workforce Directorate to take part in a high-profile series of debates on the vital topic of leadership within the NHS. ...

Step forward

Frontline article - Posted on 26/02/2010

Leadership is needed at all levels of the NHS at times of budget constraints and reorganisations. So why do physios fight shy of the concept? In the first of our new series, Daloni Carlisle investigates ...

Leading role

Frontline article - Posted on 15/02/2010

The important issue of leadership within healthcare is a key theme of our next issue, 3 March.  We launch a major new series of ...

CSP delighted by appointment of AHP to National Leadership Council

Press Release - Posted on 16/04/2009

16 April 2009 The CSP has keenly welcomed the appointment of Claire Marshall as one of the core members of the new National Leadership ...

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