Introducing the new Bulletin magazine
As we announced earlier this year, Bulletin, the RCSLT’s magazine for members, has made the move from monthly to quarterly issues. And this week the first of the new style magazine lands on the doorsteps of speech and language therapists around the UK.
A new look
The Spring 2021 issue is bigger than ever and has a brand-new look. We’ve updated the design, added some new features and refreshed old favourites – while still keeping the Bulletin you know and love at the heart of these changes.
The new Bulletin doesn’t just look different – you might notice it feels different too. We’re pleased to say the new magazine is more environmentally conscious. It’s printed on an uncoated paper, which is sourced from sustainable forests and FSC certified. And, of course, it’s still delivered plastic-free.
What’s in the Spring 2021 issue?
In our latest issue, you’ll find:
- Perspectives on implementing change in the workplace, selective mutism, resilience and self-care, and the nuances within racial discrimination.
- An exclusive interview with Dr Muna Abdi ahead of the RCSLT anti-racism event in May.
- Author Michael Rosen on his experience with speech and language therapy.
- Features on student placements in the pandemic, the impact of COVID-19 in paediatrics and word learning in the early years.
RCSLT members can log in to read Bulletin online.
What RCSLT members are saying
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