CSP East of England team

The CSP employs a team of staff to provide a breadth of services to members in your area

East of England area

We know that some issues are best handled on a local level, and that every area of the UK has different needs.

Whether you want to stop the closure of a treasured resource, you are worried about particular problems in your NHS trust, or you would like guidance about how to influence the commissioners in your local health care system, we are here to offer guidance and practical help. 

This includes:

  • Campaigning
  • Professional advice
  • Influencing
  • Employment relations
  • Workplace issues

Meet the East of England team

Contact the East of England team

Call our Enquiries Team on 020 7306 6666

CSP professional advisor

Sara Glanville-Taylor is the CSP professional advisor for the East of England regional network.

CSP campaigns & regional engagement officer

Catherine Chappell supports the work of the East of England regional network and local events as well as supporting members with campaigning and influencing. She can be found on Twitter @CChappellCSP

CSP senior negotiating officer

Helen Purcell and Kirsty Spencer are the CSP's senior negotiating officers overseeing the local stewards and health and safety reps network and employment issues.

CSP organising officer

This post is currently vacant.

Want to know more about what people in these roles do? Read more about CSP local teams

In your area

There are lots of events and activity happening in the east of England. 

A recent example brought together experts from the CSP, the University of Essex and University of East Anglia to look at placements and offer some inspirational examples of how to do things differently. You can catch up with what was discussed by watching the recording of Sharing Experiences – Practice-Based Learning

Member-led network

CSP members in the East of England run a regional network for the benefit of local physios, including organising events and networking opportunities. Find out what's happening near you and how to get involved.   

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