CSP Scotland seeks guest bloggers for 'iCSP Influencers Network'
The CSP’s Campaigns and Regional Engagement team has recently developed a new ‘iCSP Influencers Network’ which aims to bring together CSP members who want to play an active role in influencing and raising the profile of the Physiotherapy profession.
New CSP briefing shows physiotherapy and a community approach reduce falls
Physiotherapy should be provided, with other interventions such as community exercise groups, to all older people who have fallen or are at risk of falls.
CSP launches new toolkit and network to help members influence
CSP members can now access a free ‘influencing toolkit’ and a dedicated network to help them highlight their services and raise the profile of physiotherapy.
CSP influencing toolkit
Physiotherapist and CSP staff member is elected as member of parliament
Physiotherapist Ruth Jones, the CSP’s senior negotiating officer for Wales and part of West Midlands, was elected to parliament as the Labour MP for Newport West in a by-election on 4 April.
Don’t be shy: CSP members boost profile of the profession
Catherine Chappell urges CSP members to help boost the profile of the profession.
#CSPempowers student weekend: How to look like you know what you are doing
How you represent yourself and the way you dress has a huge impact on the way people approach you and how you can be a person of influence.
Health minister gets the rehab matters message
Health minister Steve Brine saw rehabilitation in action during a visit to a specialist private neuro practice in his Winchester constituency.
Wolverhampton W@W event attracts trust’s chief executive
The head of an NHS trust has praised the benefits of a physiotherapy self-referral scheme, during a Workout at Work (W@W) event in the West Midlands.
3 minutes with Hayley Clarke
Whether she’s climbing mountains, helping girls play sport, representing students or meeting decision-makers, Hayley Clarke wants to make a positiv