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English government to fund more student placements

News item - Posted on 09/08/2017

9 August 2017 The CSP has welcomed confirmation that the government will fund clinical placements for an extra 10,000 student nurses, ...

Physio graduate wins ‘most distinguished student’ medal

News item - Posted on 18/08/2016

18 August 2016 A physiotherapy graduate from King’s College London has won a prestigious award for academic excellence and ...

Three minutes with Alison Chambers

Frontline article - Posted on 18/05/2015

Ever-wondered what a pro vice-chancellor does? Alison Chambers from Bucks New University explains all. ...

Physio appointed dean of Buckinghamshire New University

News item - Posted on 21/03/2014

21 March 2014 Physiotherapist Alison Chambers has been appointed pro vice-chancellor and dean of Buckinghamshire New University’s ...

Karen Middleton becomes a professor

News item - Posted on 06/01/2014

6 January 2014 The incoming chief executive at the CSP, Karen Middleton CBE, who joins the staff of the society next month, has become ...

Good university guide ranks Cardiff top for physiotherapy

News item - Posted on 08/10/2013

8 October 2013 Cardiff University has been ranked first in the UK for physiotherapy by The Times newspaper’s Good University Guide ...

Call out for Herts graduates: ‘where are you now?’

News item - Posted on 05/04/2013

5 April 2013 The University of Hertfordshire is looking for past physio students to share stories of the exciting places their degree ...

ARC 2012: Undergraduate training cuts risk future of profession

News item - Posted on 09/02/2012

9 February 2012 Cuts in the provision of undergraduate training and education for physiotherapy students risks the future of the ...

London physio training provider loses contract

News item - Posted on 20/01/2012

20 January 2012 University physiotherapy courses are set to close after NHS London named its ‘preferred providers’ for training ...

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