Winning members of the CSP who have been nominated for Fellowship of the CSP or Distinguished service awards. Including national awards for a MBE.
The CSP meets twice a year to consider nominations of members of the CSP for Fellowship of the CSP or Distinguished Service Awards. In addition, members can be nominated for a national award, such as an MBE, which is done through the Cabinet Office, but the CSP will write a nomination letter in support of the application.
This is a really fantastic opportunity for us as members of ACPAT, to reward our fellow members who we feel have made a significant contribution to the field of Veterinary Animal Physiotherapy. It may be someone who has taught you and inspired you, or just a colleague who you feel has worked tirelessly and should be honoured accordingly. This is a way in which we can throw light on our members and what they do, and it is a great way to get really good publicity and raise our profile as a specialist interest group.
All you need to do is to put forward a nomination to the ACPAT committee via our Secretary Sharon Morgan. You must then write a letter of citation, stating why you are nominating the individual. The ACPAT committee can also help you in this regard. The main thing is that we need your nominations, so put forward a worthy ACPAT member.