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Runaway success - Neil Black, performance director at UK Athletics
Graham Clews catches up with Neil Black, performance director at UK Athletics.
Could you be a champ? Become a CSP learning champion
Fired up with enthusiasm for learning? Why not join the CSP’s growing band of learning champions, asks CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen.
3 minutes with ... Leigh Boxall
As a naturally curious person who likes to ask questions, Leigh Boxall leaped at the chance to oversee a team of researchers in the NHS.
Physio findings - Physiotherapy Journal
With the September 2014 issue of Physiotherapy Journal out now, editor Michelle Harms highlights the main papers and Janet Wright looks at other fi
Pension plan - Lesley Mercer reflects on retirement
Lesley Mercer, who led the battle for fair pensions for CSP members, reflects on what it is like to face retiring from the CSP later this month.
How to become small ‘p’ political
Physios should be a lot more political, says CSP chief Karen Middleton.
In perspective - Jill Barker argues that welfare spending can be cut by reducing sickness absence
Welfare spending can be cut by reducing sickness absence and through early intervention physiotherapy, not by punishing those in need, argues Jill
Letters - 17 September 2014
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Viewpoint - Two into one? Mark Armour on a single occupational voice
Mark Armour says having a single voice in occupational medicine would make sense.
Advice line - Helping overweight patients
Ripal Patel says physio staff are well-placed to help overweight patients to start dealing with their problems.
Comment - From good to great
Changing what you do is never easy, says Lynn Eaton.
Burning Question - Workplace rights for summer volunteering?
CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues. Got an issue you’re worried about?