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Physiotherapist tweets from @NHS

News item - Posted on 13/07/2018

13 July 2018 The Twittersphere will be full of the benefits of first contact physiotherapy when Amanda Hensman-Crook takes control of ...

#CSPempowers student weekend: Students urged to harness their power and show influence

News item - Posted on 05/02/2018

5 February 2018 The importance of student empowerment was the theme of the #CSPempowers student weekend, held in Leeds on 3-4 ...

Notts physio lecturer is national social media star

News item - Posted on 03/01/2018

3 January 2018 University of Nottingham physiotherapy lecturer Roger Kerry has been named as one of the UK’s most social media savvy ...

Rehab matters: screen success

Frontline article - Posted on 04/12/2017

A CSP film on rehabilitation has won praise from critics and campaigners alike, as Mark Gould discovered. ...

In review: featured item

Frontline article - Posted on 17/07/2017

In our featured item, find out about how the NHS digital apps libary helps with the self-management of COPD. To discover more, read on ... ...

Pyjama-free zones

Frontline article - Posted on 19/06/2017

Brian Dolan says physiotherapy staff are ideally placed to join a social media campaign to get hospital patients more active. ...

CSP student representatives development weekend 2017: how to future-proof your profession

News item - Posted on 07/02/2017

7 February 2017 Promotion, activism and engagement were the key messages of a paper from Fiona Moffatt who told student reps they were ...

Physiotalk invites CSP members to join its social media research project

News item - Posted on 08/08/2016

8 August 2016 Physiotherapists have an opportunity to take part in a research project to evaluate how social media communities can ...

This week, next week, every week: #hellomynameis

Blogpost - Posted on 29/07/2016

Kate Granger’s campaign for a person-centred NHS had particular resonance for Naomi McVey Last week healthcare professionals and many ...

In review: featured books and website

Frontline article - Posted on 29/02/2016

Our featured book is 'Postural Correction' by Jane Johnson. Plus we look at an emotional wellbeing toolkit for the NHS, a book which looks at how academic institutions should use social media and more... ...

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