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CSP Royal Charter centenary
Royal Charter centenary: latest news
Youngest and oldest
A conversation with CSP's oldest member, who is 102, and our youngest, who is just 18.
Choose the language we should use to describe the four pillars of physiotherapy practice
A survey is underway, to ask CSP members to choose the language suggested most frequently by members who were engaged in a review, to describe the professions' four pillars of practice.
11 June 2020 - CSP celebrates 100 years of its Royal Charter
On this day, exactly 100 years ago, the CSP gained its royal chartered status, so today we are encouraging members to celebrate and mark the occasion by sharing the hashtag #CSPcharter100
Thank you CSP
CSP member Michael Tetley, who credits the CSP with giving him a second profession, shares some of his memories
FAQ: the centenary of our Royal Charter
Learn more about the centenary, why CSP is celebrating it and the continuing significance of our Royal Charter.
CSP celebrates 100 years of royal recognition
2020 marks a hundred years since the CSP was granted its royal chartered status by King George V.
Founded by four nurses in 1894, the CSP was awarded its Royal Charter in 1920 and has become the profession's leading membership organisation in the UK.