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Opportunity knocks: Welsh government therapy adviser Alison Strode
Alison Strode, the Welsh government’s therapy adviser, talks to Gill Hitchcock about what ‘prudent healthcare’, informatics and seven-day working m
Being a leader: Leadership and CPD
In the first of a series, CSP adviser Nina Paterson says leadership is relevant to members at all levels.
Physio findings: Teamwork and Action Health aids cancer patients’ hearts
In our regular round-up of research that's relevant to physiotherapy staff, Janet Wright looks at the latest research news.
Crib sheet: Simon Stevens, chief executive of the NHS in England
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton recently met the most powerful man in England’s NHS, Simon Stevens. Want to know why he is so important?
In Person: In the corridors of power
Chief executive Karen Middleton outlines her approach to meeting the most powerful man in NHS England.
The 2015 general election: Four key questions
Email your candidates before the general election to ask four key questions for physiotherapy.
Three minutes: Barbara Richardson
The CSP has been supporting an oral history project on physiotherapy, as Barbara Richardson explains.
Viewpoint: From child to adult services
Young people with serious health conditions are at risk as they move into adult care, warns Emily Arkell.
Letters: 4 February 2015
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In perspective: Sue Hayward-Giles on leadership
The CSP is investigating how members can best develop and use their influence. Sue Hayward-Giles welcomes your comments.
Advice line: Data management and HCPC registration
The CSP is changing the way it manages data about members’ HCPC registration status. Sally Gosling explains why this matters.
Comment: Ringing the changes
Leadership is a running theme throughout this issue.