Pelvic Roar campaign raises awareness of diastasis rectus abdominis
Pelvic health physios will be raising awareness of the condition of diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), during a social media campaign that runs from 13-17 May.
Social media guidance for CSP members
First contact physiotherapist takes flight with @NHS Twitter feed
Physiotherapist Amanda Hensman-Crook said that a wide range of health professionals engaged with her throughout her week in control of the @NHS Twitter account.
Physiotherapist tweets from @NHS
The Twittersphere will be full of the benefits of first contact physiotherapy when Amanda Hensman-Crook takes control of the @NHS twitter account for a week.
#CSPempowers student weekend: Students urged to harness their power and show influence
The importance of student empowerment was the theme of the #CSPempowers student weekend, held in Leeds on 3-4 February,
Notts physio lecturer is national social media star
University of Nottingham physiotherapy lecturer Roger Kerry has been named as one of the UK’s most social media savvy academics.
Rehab matters: screen success
A CSP film on rehabilitation has won praise from critics and campaigners alike, as Mark Gould discovered
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Brian Dolan says physiotherapy staff are ideally placed to join a social media campaign to get hospital patients more active.
CSP student representatives development weekend 2017: how to future-proof your profession
Promotion, activism and engagement were the key messages of a paper from Fiona Moffatt who told student reps they were agents of change on a ‘mission possible’.