In a couple of weeks time, I'll be heading off to Cape Town for WCPT. As part of the CPN Salon that we're running on the Wednesday immediately after the conference, I'll be delivering a short 'State of the CPN' talk. Looking back, the Network has done some incredible things in just three years, but digging down into our archives I've found some things that have given me pause for thought. One of them is the popularity of some of the blogposts and the almost complete disinterest people show in others. For instance, our most popular blog by far was 10 reasons to love physiotherapy. We had nearly 40,000 views of this post. This was nearly three times as many people who have ever … [Read more...] about The highs and lows of blogging about physiotherapy
Back at the start of the year, Jenny Setchell introduced me to Kerry Chamberlain, the convener of the International Society of Critical Psychology. ISCHP has been running for a lot longer than the CPN, but we have a lot in common and it was great meeting Kerry and sharing ideas about our various organisations. As part of that conversation, I talked about blogging and how I use it to develop and share ideas. Kerry asked me to write something about it for the ISCHP website and the original post was published here back in March. I came back to it the other day and thought it might be good to post on this site. Blogging is something that daunts a lot of people, so I hope this post goes some … [Read more...] about Why you should write a blogpost – yes you!