How to Become a Member
There is currently no fee to join the Critical Physiotherapy Network. All you need is an interest in critical physiotherapy, & a commitment to the network’s aims & objectives. You can easily join up here.
How to ‘Follow Us’ on Social Media to Receive Notifications
If you want to keep up to date with our latest news and information, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. You can easily follow us here on our website by going to the right side of the site (in the sidebar). Here you’ll see links to CPN accounts on Facebook and Twitter. We’ve hooked the CPN Blog up to both accounts… so, if you are active on social media you could ‘like’ CPN page on Facebook or follow CPN on Twitter to hear about new content – as it’s posted to the blog.
If social media isn’t your thing, there’s a couple of other options… you’ll find them by scrolling down into the footer section of the website.
Subscribe to Receive Posts by Email
If you want to receive an email to let you know that a new post has been added to CPN Blog, the ‘subscribe to blog’ option should work for you. Add your email address into the text box in the bottom right hand corner of the site and click submit to set up that subscription service (and just in case you were wondering, it’s as quick and easy to unsubscribe to this service – if and when you decide that you don’t want to receive email updates any more).
Subscribe to Receive and Track Comment by Email
There’s a similar email subscription service available when you post a comment on an individual blog post – just tick the ‘I want to be notified of new posts or comments by email’ box before you submit your comment.
To add your response to a blogpost, click on the title to open the blogpost. Scroll down to the foot of the post (past the sharing icons) until you see ‘leave a reply’. Type your response in the box, add your name & email address, & click ‘post comment’. That sends it to the website for adding to the thread. We try our best to process comments quickly – so I’d expect that everyone would be able to read your comments on the website within 24 hours of you submitting it.
Subscribe via RSS Feed
If the thought of having an automated update arrive every time a new post is added to the blog feels a bit overwhelming, why not set up an RSS (really simple syndication) feed? You’ll find an explanation of how RSS feeds work and some practical advice to help you set up an RSS feed in a way that works for you and the device/software you’re using here (with thanks to colleagues at CSP for providing this information). If you decide to set up an RSS feed – click on the orange radio icon in the footer (bottom of the site) and follow the prompts.