Also in this issue
In the fight for fair pay, we need you
We are at a critical point in the fight for fair pay for physio staff – and we need you to be part of the effort, says Claire Sullivan
The road towards digitally enabled physio
The CSP is working with members to explore how informatics can be used to improve the delivery of physiotherapy services
Meet the new council members
Find out here about our newly elected Council. How they feel to have been elected and what they hope to help achieve while serving on council
The value of co-production
Embedding co-production in service delivery and transformation. By CSP professional advisers Julie Blackburn and Helen Harte.
‘I’m experiencing microaggressions at work. What can I do?’
Siân Caulfield, CSP national officer, explains what you can do about this behaviour in the workplace and how the CSP can help
Maintaining the long view
Keeping an eye on the bigger picture is critical for all leaders.
CSP advances equality through TUC
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) brings together more than six million people who make up their 48 member unions
Physical activity fellowships
Find out about the latest resources that we have found for your information. Read on...
Bridging the divide
CSP professional adviser Sara Conroy focuses on physiotherapists and their experiences as private practitioners striving to work collaboratively.
Right place, right time
Find out more about our innovations database. Read on...
Next generation physiotherapy and POCUS: What does it mean for you?
Point Of Care Ultrasound; POCUS has the potential to transform practice and enhance patient care, writes Dr Mike Smith and Sue Hayward-Giles
Tackling health inequalities
Root cause analysis and collaborative planning is key in addressing health inequalities argues Abhinav Kokilagadda