All CSP members have a responsibility to engage in practice-based learning (PrBL). Find out what you can do to build capacity for PrBL in ways that benefit you and the people you work with.
Check out the PrBL calendar in the CSP Learning Hub for daily doses of information, examples of practices and learning activities celebrating practice-based learning.
Shaping physio – practice-based learning and you
The CSP's new campaign is designed to show why increasing opportunities for practice-based learning is vital for the profession.
Read 10 key messages about practice-based learning
Our key messages are designed to bust the myths about practice-based learning. Use them as prompts for discussion about building capacity for practice-based learning with colleagues in your practice setting.
PrBL on the CSP's Learning Hub
There is a dedicated practice-based learning section within the CSP's Learning Hub. Use the eBite to help build your own PrBL capacity through practice examples, webinar recordings and other resources. And this September, you can sign up to the PrBL calendar for daily doses of practice successes, guidance, and learning activities.
Get further support in the area
Develop your understanding of practice-based learning through key CSP guidance and recent Frontline features.
#Prblcsp - join in the conversation
From placements, perspectives and patients to sustainability, experiences and capacity - members are already talking about practice-based learning on Twitter.
Student-Led Neurological Rehabilitation Group
Adults with long-term neurological conditions have low levels of participation in physical activities and report many barriers to exercise. This study used a mixed methods approach to evaluate participant experiences and outcomes following participation in student-led, community-based neurological groups and to explore the feasibility of performing a full-scale study.
UEA & Norwich City: A partnership approach
A poster showing how MSc pre-registration physiotherapy students at UEA develop their research dissertation topics through a collaborative approach with physiotherapists at the Norwich City football club academy.