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Physiotherapy Works

Everyone’s a leader: leadership and the Physiotherapy Works programme

Frontline article - Posted on 01/02/2016

Leadership is a key topic for the CSP’s Physiotherapy Works programme in the coming year, writes Kirsten Bradbury. Contact ...

Advice line: the Physiotherapy Works programme

Frontline article - Posted on 18/12/2015

Kirsten Bradbury, assistant director of Physiotherapy Works, explains the objectives of the programme. Contact us ...

Review of the year: 2015

Frontline article - Posted on 01/12/2015

It’s been a busy year for the CSP and its members. We reflect on the highlights. ...

Physiotherapy Works: primary care

Page - Posted on 05/10/2015

5 October 2015 5 October 2015 Physiotherapy offers ...

Physiotherapy Works for primary care

Publication - Posted on 05/10/2015

£0.00 5 October 2015 Information papers ...

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Publication - Posted on 16/09/2015

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Physiotherapy Works menu of topics for regional events - 2015/16

News item - Posted on 20/08/2015

20 August 2015 Following the successful Physiotherapy Works locally events we are offering a menu of events for Regional Networks to ...

Physiotherapy Works for your community

Page - Posted on 22/07/2015

22 July 2015 Members of parliament can use physiotherapy to champion constituents' health. Here's how physiotherapy works for ...

Physiotherapy Works for your community

Publication - Posted on 22/07/2015

With the population getting older and more people living with long-term conditions, the health and care system needs remodelling to meet patient needs, increase efficiency and improve health outcomes. This Parliamentary Briefing explores how the NHS could be remodelled to meet 21st century needs ...

Physiotherapy Works for seven-day services

Page - Posted on 15/05/2015

15 May 2015 15 May 2015 Physiotherapy staff play a key ...

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