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Let’s bring about meaningful change
Join me in a commitment to breaking down barriers that hold members of our profession back, says Sarine Baz, the new chair of the Equity, Diversity
Often when we think of practice education, we think about its importance to students.
Collaborate, don’t compete
CSP professional advisers Rachael Wadlow and Claire Fordham talk about a new collaboration working with exercise professionals in multi-professiona
After 30 years as a neuro physio and trade union activist Ruth Jones took the path of politics.
What does the new fit note mean to me in practice?
Sara Conroy is a CSP professional adviser tells us more about the new 'Fit note' and what this means for us
Your career, your adventure, your path
As work begins on developing a new career framework for the profession, CSP professional adviser Claire Fordham, explains the aims of the project,
Moving forward with intention
Karen Middleton considers the deliberate steps she took along her career pathway, and how a career framework for the profession will benefit others
‘Why I’m an ambassador for Stronger My Way’
Lloyd Renals, an MSK physio and former World’s Strongest Man competitor, tells Robert Millett why he’s committed to sharing the strengths of the St
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A first in clinical placement in performing arts medicine
The opening and closing ceremonies of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have provided a unique opportunity for physiotherapy students
It’s not what you retire from, it’s what you retire to
Robert Jones is lead governor at Moorfields Eye Hospital FT and has served as vice-chair of the membership council, chaired both the remuneration a
Meeting the needs of refugee children
Life can be challenging for any family of a child with complex health needs, but even more so for the children of refugees, says Anna Oldfield