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In perspective - We need to talk ... about professionalism

Frontline article - Posted on 05/02/2013

It’s almost a year since I initiated the ‘Big Conversation’. Reading transcripts of the Francis Mid-Staffordshire inquiry, I ...

The CSP's approach to professionalism

Page - Posted on 16/01/2013

The CSP has a well-established approach to professionalism, developing resources to lead and support education, practice, onward development and member engagement with regulatory requirements. ...

What is professionalism?

Document - Posted on 16/01/2013

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Professionalism: A focus for topical debate

Frontline article - Posted on 15/01/2013

Sally Gosling highlights the importance of The Big Conversation, encouraging physios to seize every opportunity to discuss professionalism ...

Duty of care

Publication - Posted on 04/01/2013

This publication helps CSP members understand duty of care: the principles, meeting their own obligations and the role of organisations, regulators and others in duty of care. ...

Information resources on cultural diversity and cultural competence

Publication - Posted on 25/10/2012

Prepared by CSP Library and Information Service this paper contains details of websites, journal articles, reports and books of relevance to physiotherapists with an interest in cultural diversity and cultural competence. ...

The big conversation

Frontline article - Posted on 04/04/2012

Ann Green says it’s time to talk about professionalism. The dental hygienist called me a ‘A good girl’ last week. Friends and family ...

Balancing act

Frontline article - Posted on 15/11/2010

The CSP is inviting members to help pilot a new Code of Members’ Professional Values and Behaviour to replace its 2002 rules. Times have changed since then, as Robert Millett reports ...

The importance of being chartered

Frontline article - Posted on 05/01/2010

What is the value for physiotherapists of being chartered? Matthew Limb explores the issues What does chartered status mean to you? ...

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