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Frontline - 17 July 2013

First, the bad news: our members’ terms and conditions are under attack, and that’s the cover story for the latest issue.  But it’s not all bad.  Along with all the usual goodies (news, Physio Findings, Views and Opinions) in this issue you’ll find features highlighting the vast amount of positive work that’s going on within the profession: the CSP’s research strategy, a group of physios who are working in new ways to understand the patient experience, and Physio Med’s telephone triage system. Meanwhile CSP vice chair Sue Rees, who recently spent the day with Frontline, was clearly impressed: her In Perspective column urges members to keep Frontline informed of the work they’re doing. It’s a great way to raise the profile of physiotherapy and those who have had their work featured in the magazine find it really helps them argue their corner with commissioners.

Cover story

  • Your employment rights are under attack from a variety of sources. Stay abreast of the changes and find out how the CSP is responding

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