The physiotherapist and deputy chief executive talks to Mark Gould about the crucial contribution physios can make to leadership teams
Advice line: leadership development
Amy Travis, CSP leadership development officer, on an opportunity worth seizing
Born to lead: physiotherapy students have much to offer the profession
Today’s physiotherapy students have much to offer the profession in terms of leadership, says Luke Tobin.
In person: in the driving seat
Who really runs the CSP, asks chief exec Karen Middleton.
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