South Central Regional Network

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Benefits of South Central membership:

  • Open to all members in the region qualified, associates, students, retired members
  • Opportunity to attend free networking and CPD events
  • Your network is supported by a core group of members who organise the network activities, its forums and other events. It has an elected representative for the region who sits on the CSP Council and helps decide CSP policy by submitting motions to the Annual Representatives Council.

Key contacts

Hayley Clarke, Chair of the South Central Regional Network, who can be contacted at: southcentralchair@csp.org.uk 

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Hayley Clarke

Hayley graduated in 2017 from Southampton University and is currently on her first junior rotation at Portsmouth Hospital NHS trust working on orthopaedics. During her time as a student, Hayley was the CSP student rep to the CSP council and chair of the CSP student executive committee.

Hayley was recently selected as a finalist for the NHS England AHP student of the year award for her work at a local and national level. In addition to her role as Chair, Hayley is a CSP Steward at her place of work.  

Emma Ryan, Vice-Chair 

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Emma Ryan

Emma Ryan is Physiotherapy team leader for Orthopaedics on the Isle of Wight and more recently a new to Women’s Health. She has been on ortho for over a decade, most of which was on a very busy trauma unit in Portsmouth. Emma ‘absolutely loves’ rehabilitating people so that they can have an independent, meaningful life, from major trauma. Emma has also been an on /off steward since being a junior.

 

Mindy Daubeny, is your local Campaigns and Regional Engagement Officer and can be contacted at: daubenym@csp.org.uk or via Twitter @CSPMindy 

Footage from the South Central 2017 Conference can be viewed via the region's Twitter account @cspsouthcentral (just scroll through the feed to 28 September).