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Physio15: Tweeting can raise the profile of physio, but not after a glass of wine

News item - Posted on 22/10/2015

22 October 2015 Twitter is a ‘fantastic tool’ to help raise the profile of physiotherapy, send positive messages about the profession ...

Online networks and social media

Page - Posted on 09/10/2015

9 October 2015 Online networks are a great way to connect with peers, share experiences and promote your services. ...

Student rep weekend: Physiotalk founder urges students to join the social media conversation

News item - Posted on 10/02/2015

11 February 2015 Twitter, said Physiotalk lead Janet Thomas, is a conversation. That was the message to student reps at their weekend ...

AHP conference: Tweet your achievements and apply for awards, physios hear

News item - Posted on 12/12/2014

12 December 2014 Social media, awards and local communications teams are key to promoting good practice, according to Linda Hindle, ...

80 physios join re-registration Twitter chat

News item - Posted on 14/02/2014

14 February 2014 About 80 people joined an online chat between the physio community and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) ...

Members advised on negotiating the social network

News item - Posted on 01/08/2012

1 August 2012 Top tips on tweeting and advice on avoiding making a faux pas on Facebook are available to members in a new CSP ...

ARC 2012: Embrace social media, say delegates

News item - Posted on 23/02/2012

23 February 2012 Smartphone technology and social networking sites such as Facebook should be harnessed by CSP to get its message ...

Receiving information updates via social media

Page - Posted on 19/12/2011

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WCPT congress: NHS blocks web access, physios claim

News item - Posted on 24/06/2011

24 June 2011 Many physios in the UK are struggling to access physio-related websites in their workplace, delegates heard in a session ...

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