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Frontline - 4 June 2014

Joint hypermobility syndrome – with its associated problems in older age – features on the cover of our latest issue.  We also look at the training offered for care staff to improve the posture of people with learning disabilities. If you’re thinking of a flutter on this month's Derby, you might be interested in the guidance on physios and betting.

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  • Help to improve services for people with learning disabilities, says Sarah Maguire

  • Get involved now by sending your contributions by email to or write to Letters, Frontline, 14 Bedford Row London WC1R 4ED. Letters should be no more than 250 words and Frontline reserves the right to edit your letters. Please ensure you include your name, address and a daytime telephone number

  • We’re always telling people to get mobile, says Lynn Eaton, and many of you will be preparing for this year’s Workout at Work Day (6 June).

  • CSP experts give you regular updates on employment-related issues.  Got an issue you’re worried about? Ask your steward/student rep or, if you don’t have one, contact the CSP.  View previous columns here.

  • Football physio James Rowland tackles the controversial topic of betting in football

  • Specialist nurse Karen Lascelles argues that physio staff need to be more aware of suicide risks


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