Allied health professions
Getting to grips with NHS changes
Physiotherapy features throughout the NHS Long Term Plan, published by NHS England in January.
New public health strategy urges AHPs to raise their profile
Over the next five years, physiotherapists and other AHPs (Allied Health Professionals) need to develop their skills, demonstrate their impact and raise their profile as public health experts.
The physiotherapist and deputy chief executive talks to Mark Gould about the crucial contribution physios can make to leadership teams
Advice line: share your work at the CSP’s flagship scientific conference
Katie Prangle says that submitting an abstract is an opportunity to share your work at the CSP’s flagship scientific conference
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Putting us in the lead
Having AHPs at the top table would have only positive outcomes for patients and the NHS, says Karen Middleton
Your chance to influence
NHS England’s Long Term Plan includes some encouraging commitments for our profession but their success depends on your involvement, says Karen Mid
In review: featured book
Our featured book 'The End of Physiotherapy' is arriving at a critical point in its history.
Editor's comment: time for change
As the NHS hurtles towards its 70th birthday, on 5 July, it’s hard to know what the next crisis will be.
CPD practice: your physiotherapy career (part 5)
In the fifth and final article in our series on career development, CSP professional adviser Gwyn Owen looks at breaking into research.