Apology and correction: Mr Martin Gough
Phil Gray, the Chief Executive of the CSP, would like to offer his personal apology to Mr Martin Gough, FRCSI, for the fact that the report in Fron
CSP annual Congress in Liverpool - 2nd report
CSP held its annual congress in liverpool from 15-16 October.
CSP held its annual congress in Liverpool from 15-16 October
Frontline reporters bring you the first of two reports from the event for more reports see www.csp.org.uk
The NHS reforms in the White Paper will be affected by what happens in the economy throughout the term of this government, former 10 Downing Street
Take the lead, physios told
Evidence shows most NHS staff absences are preventable and a significant proportion relate directly to musculoskeletal issues, keynote speaker Stev
Show your worth and hold the line on cuts, says chair
Physiotherapy works, but physios need to work even harder in the year ahead to prove it, and to prevent further cuts.
Why do it?
With Congress almost upon us, experienced delegates and a first-time visitor tell Sally Priestley what attracts them
Opened in a converted warehouse in 1988, Tate Liverpool houses a major collection of contemporary art including works by:
Alastair Campbell, Founders Lecturer at this years Congress, has dramatic personal experience of mental illness. Matthew Limb reports
Leading and learning
Graham Clews looks at the education and leadership theme at Congress 2010