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3 minutes with Rob Hulse: striking prospects

Frontline article - Posted on 04/12/2017

Recent physio graduate Rob Hulse played for West Bromwich Albion and Leeds United. His degree was part-funded by the Professional Footballers’ Association. ...

In person: could it be you?

Frontline article - Posted on 04/12/2017

CSP chief executive Karen Middleton encourages members to be part of the new-look council. ...

Advice line: meningitis alert

Frontline article - Posted on 28/07/2017

Know the signs and symptoms of meningitis, says Tom Nutt. With the new university year fast approaching for physiotherapy ...

Quality placements

Frontline article - Posted on 07/07/2017

Be imaginative about widening the range of practice-based learning opportunities for students, says Katrina Kennedy. As head ...

CPD: bend it, shape it!

Frontline article - Posted on 16/06/2017

Help shape the profession's future by influencing how students learn, says CSP professional adviser Nina Paterson. ...

ACPRC conference: Inspiring a generation through respiratory placements

News item - Posted on 02/05/2017

2 May 2017 Universities have faced increasing difficulties in securing clinical placements for students in recent years. Rachael Moses ...

Physio students and staff ‘climb’ 60% of height of Everest for W@W

News item - Posted on 24/03/2017

24 March 2017 Physiotherapy students at Coventry University have ‘climbed’ more than half the height of Mount Everest, as part of a ...

In person: Never assume anything

Frontline article - Posted on 10/03/2017

Do you tend to jump to conclusions? Karen Middleton, CSP chief executive, tries not to. ...

In the spotlight: physio case studies

Frontline article - Posted on 10/03/2017

Louise Hunt reports on a CSP initiative that showcases examples of innovative practice. ...

Students aim for height of Everest for health promotion event

News item - Posted on 24/11/2016

24 November 2016 Physiotherapy students in the Midlands have taken part in a challenge to ‘climb’ as high as Mount Everest, using the ...

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