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Physiotherapy managers’ perceptions of their leadership effectiveness: a multi-frame analysis

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/08/2017

Objectives The purpose of this study was to investigate the leadership frames of physiotherapy managers in Ireland. To be effective leaders in today's challenging healthcare environment ...

Invest now to meet future demand, physios warn

Press Release - Posted on 01/09/2015

2 September 2015 The UK will need another 4,200 physiotherapists by 2020 if it is to keep track with rising demand, new workforce ...

Physios are recognised in New Year Honours list

News item - Posted on 02/01/2015

2 January 2015 Three physiotherapists received recognition in the Queen’s 2015 New Year Honours list. ...

Physio 14: Make your work visible, NHS Confederation chief Rob Webster tells physios

News item - Posted on 14/10/2014

13 October 2014 Physiotherapists made a big difference to health and wellbeing, but their work is often poorly understood and ...

Physio 14: Physios are the exercise specialists of choice, delegates say

News item - Posted on 11/10/2014

11 October 2014 Some universities in England are increasing the amount of time students spend learning about helping patients to ...

Karen Middleton calls for action to stop physiotherapy ‘sleepwalking into obscurity’

News item - Posted on 10/10/2014

10 October 2014 Every physiotherapist must act to ensure a future for the profession, Karen Middleton told more than 1,000 delegates ...

Survey shows major boost in awareness of physiotherapy

Frontline article - Posted on 30/11/2012

People are much more aware of the role of physiotherapy than they were four years ago, a public opinion survey conducted for the CSP shows. ...

Growing stronger

Frontline article - Posted on 30/07/2012

Despite the uncertainty in the NHS and changes in other work settings, physiotherapy and the CSP are both in good health, as Ian A McMillan finds out ...

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