Also in this issue
As an organisation built for and around its members, the CSP thrives on two-way communication, writes CSP director Rob Yeldham
Physiotherapist and specialist hand therapist Roma Bhopal has received royal recognition for her work, as Robert Millett reports
I’m worried about my patient. When must I report my concerns?
All healthcare professionals are in a position of trust and responsibility.
New look equality and diversity bitesize guides
The CSP is launching new-look equality and diversity bitesize guides creating a single webpage for CSP reps, managers, and members to navigate.
‘I’m a new CSP workplace rep - can you help me upskill my knowledge on equality law?’
Firstly, congratulations if you’ve become a new workplace rep.
‘Physiotherapy is on the precipice of something truly great’
It was an absolute pleasure and a privilege to spend two days with CSP members at the recent annual representative’s conference (ARC) in Manchester
What it means to be chartered
We spoke to three members about how being a chartered member has benefited them in their career
PLI and professional football
Sara Conroy explains why most members who work in men's professional football are not covered by CSP’s public liability insurance
A brave new multi-skilled future
Dr Pippa Collins and Belinda Twissell ask why some physiotherapists feel their professional identity is compromised by broadening their skill range
Jon West explains why he took part in his first ever London Pride parade and what he got out of it